(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JEFF LATZKE AP Sports Writer Through all the turmoil of the Penn State child sex-abuse scandal and the threats that followed his decision to leave the program, receiver Justin Brown still reflects on his time in Happy Valley in a positive way.
In fact, he will be working his way toward a media studies degree from Penn State while he plays for Oklahoma. If he had not been able to arrange for the credits he earns now to transfer back to his old school, he says he wouldn't have joined the Sooners this season.
As it is, he will be able to finish his school work this semester. He is not sure if he will be able to go through his graduation in person.
''Just being there for years and putting in a lot of work on and off the field and in the community - no disrespect to Oklahoma, I'm sure that this is a great university - but I just felt like it meant a lot to get that Penn State degree,'' said Brown, one of nine players to leave the Nittany Lions after NCAA sanc...