Found January 06, 2012 on
During the Jerry Sandusky scandal, the majority of former Penn State players have kept pretty quiet on the entire situation. Many have been cautious in showing support or criticizing the university. Not former PSU linebacker and radio host LaVar Arrington though. On Thursday, news emerged in the social networking sports world that the school is on...Read the Rest...
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According to reports, the Nittany Lions have tabbed the New England Patriots offensive coordinator to take over their beleaguered football program.
New Penn State head football coach Bill O’Brien sat down for an important interview with GoPSUsports.com to discuss what it feels like to be the new head coach of the Nittany Lions. But his young son stole the show.
But just 19 seconds after the interview began, O’Brien’s 6-year-old son, Michael, walked up to pat his father on the head twice.
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Former Penn State coach Joe Paterno is back in the hospital. His family says he was admitted Friday for observation due to minor complications from cancer treatments.
His family said in a statement released to The Associated Press that the 85-year-old Paterno continues to undergo a ''regimen of treatments'' after being diagnosed two months ago with what they call...
Forty-six years after it hired Joe Paterno as its head football coach, Penn State reportedly has replaced the tarnished legend with another middle-aged Brown graduate.
In the two months since taking over as Penn State’s interim head coach following Joe Paterno‘s dismissal, Tom Bradley has handled a tough situation about as well as can be expected. It remains to be seen whether he, like Larry Johnson Sr., will be retained by new head coach Bill O’Brien. If not, it will…
Joe Paterno tonight released a statement congratulating Bill O'Brien becoming Penn State's next head football coach.
"I understand Bill O'Brien has been named head coach, and I want to congratulate him on his appointment," Paterno said in a statement released to the Associated Press. "I don't know Bill, but I respect his coaching record, and I am...