Found May 14, 2012 on Nittany Lions Den:
Via Reddit Good morning Penn State fans. Let's get this week started right with some links to check out and catch up on. Ryan Murphy gets our week kickstarted with the latest addition to his on-going Games of Our Lives series. Today we re-visit the 2006 triple overtime Orange Bowl, the final meeting between coaching icons Joe Paterno and Bobby Bowden. On our Facebook page, we want to know where you were when the game finally came to an end. We'll share some of your stories right here in a follow-up post, so please share your stories with us! Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany did Michigan absolutely no favors recently with his comments about Alabama, whom he referred to as "that team" in a phone interview with the Associated Press. Delany is on record of saying that no team that doesn't win their own division should have a shot at a national championship in the upcoming four-team format, whichever method is officially put in to motion. For the recor...

Harrison 'enraged' by Penn State sex abuse scandal

Olympic hopeful Kayla Harrison says she's still enraged by the sexual abuse scandal that engulfed Penn State and resulted in the firing of longtime football coach Joe Paterno. The former world judo champion revealed last fall that she was subjected to several years of abuse by a former coach, who pleaded guilty to one count of ''engaging in illicit sexual conduct in...

O'Brien offers glimpse into future on PSU caravan

(Eds: Updates.) By GENARO C. ARMAS AP Sports Writer Bill O'Brien has quickly put to rest any notion that he plans to stick around as long as the last Penn State football coach. Don't expect his tenure in Happy Valley to last 46 years. ''I can tell you that 46 years from now, I'll be 88 years old. I promise you that ... I'll start taking golf lessons when...
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