Found July 26, 2012 on Fox Sports:
The wife of convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky says she still loves him and "he's not who they say he is." Dottie Sandusky made the comments Thursday to a Centre Daily Times reporter during a brief encounter on a street in Bellefonte, Pa., near Penn State, where her husband was an assistant football coach under Joe Paterno. Jerry Sandusky was found guilty of sexually abusing 10 boys. He's behind bars awaiting sentencing. Dottie Sandusky testified at his trial she never saw him do anything inappropriate with boys he took to their home. She says she's known him for more than 40 years. Prosecutors say Jerry Sandusky abused some boys on Penn State's campus. He has maintained his innocence, acknowledging he showered with boys but saying he never molested them.

Penn State fan: This is our 9/11

One Penn State fan equated the NCAA penalties against the school to what the country went through during the 9/11 attack.

Franco Harris Argues Against Penn State Sanctions, Still Hoping to Clear Joe Paterno's Name

Franco Harris, if nothing else, is persistently loyal. The Hall of Fame running back continues to defend his alma mater, Penn State, even in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky case. The details of that were damning, as were the findings in The Freeh Report, revealing the Penn State cover-up attempts. Former head coach Joe Paterno had his legacy smashed to pieces upon the release of The...

Penn State Plants Trees On Old Joe Paterno Statue Plaza Grounds

What’s going on this afternoon at the plaza where the Joe Paterno statue was located outside Beaver Stadium? Oh, nothing, it’s just being transformed into green space. You see those guys planting the tree? Yeah, that’s where the Paterno statue used to stand. This is Penn State redefining how to wipe away a dark period in a university life. @JohnLuciew just happened to be in...

Penn State employees receiving threatening emails, phones call over the Joe Paterno statue

Sounds like the fallout from the Penn State sanctions is slowly beginning to take a turn for the worse. Earlier, we were introduced to Penn State fan Tom Price who likened the sanctions to 9/11. Now we get word that Penn State employees have been getting threatening emails and calls over everything that has happened to the university in the past week. Namely, the removal of the Joe...

Audio: Jerry Sandusky’s alleged voicemails for Victim 2: “Love you”

Lawyers representing Victim 2 — the young boy Mike McCreary saw Jerry Sandusky molesting in the Penn State shower back in 2001 — have released two voicemails that date back to September of 2011. Sandusky, a former Penn State assistant football coach, was indicted on child sexual abuse charges in November 2011. You hear Sandusky leaving two messages for Victim 2 that end with “love you.”

Lawyers: Shower victim to file lawsuit

Lawyers for a man who claims to be the unknown victim abused in a Penn State shower by Jerry Sandusky in a case that led to Joe Paterno's firing say he intends to sue the university. The lawyers said in a statement that they have done an extensive investigation and gathered ''overwhelming evidence'' on details of the abuse. The statement says the victim wants...

Brent Musburger's comments show complexity of Penn State situation

Brent Musburger, regarded by many as the voice of college football, was the guest on Pardon The Interruption's Five Good Minutes yesterday to talk about the situation at Penn State.  Despite his status as the top play by play man in the sport, Musburger has never been one to be shy when it comes to offering his opinion.  The same is true regarding the happenings at Penn State...

Alumni call Freeh report 'flawed'

Franco Harris and two other former Penn State football players say the report about Penn State's handling of the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal ''is highly flawed, and factually insufficient.'' Harris, Rudy Glocker and Christian Marrone sent to other Penn State alumni an email and letter criticizing the Freeh report that they plan publish in The Wall Street...

A New Era

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Despite issuing a joint statement late Sunday on the scandal at Penn State, ACC head football coaches faced dozens of questions on Monday about the scandal, Joe Paterno and the sanctions levied against the school's football program.

Mizzou has no clue about life in SEC

Maybe it was the looks on their faces the slight flash of anger in their eyes and the small hint of a smirk that crossed their lips when the subject of how tough life is in the SEC came up. But almost everyone at SEC Media Days got the sense that Missouri has no idea what they're in for. For starters, Mizzou head coach Gary Pinkel showed up in Birmingham with no real idea about...

Ten Reasons Why The Penn State Scandal Has Been A Challenge For The Media To Cover

In just a month's time, the Jerry Sandusky Penn State scandal has had 3 culminating spikes of interest. The trial verdict, Freeh Report release, and formal NCAA response swiftly closed out a historic second act in what will surely go down as one of sport's largest sagas to ever crossover to mainstream public interest. The fallout will reverberate for quite some time, but...

Schultz requests Freeh Report files

A former Penn State official facing a perjury charge in the Jerry Sandusky scandal wants a judge to help his defense team gain access to files from a school investigation. Lawyers for retired university vice president Gary Schultz filed a petition late Monday in county court in Harrisburg, Pa., that requested a list of 25 sets of items from the Washington, D.C., law firm led by...

Penn State fan compares NCAA sanctions to 9/11: ‘I just saw planes crashing into towers’ (Video)

When the NCAA leveled its crushing penalties against Penn State on Monday, you’d be hard-pressed to find a Nittany Lions fan that wasn’t totally crestfallen. But perhaps none were more devastated than Tom and Sally Price of Factoryville, Pa., who have been to every home football game since 1986. How upset were they? Well, good ol’ Tom compared the punishments to the greatest...

Penn State Sanctions: Crippling To Say The Least

Penn State's trustees, football team, alumni and fans are not at all happy with the NCAA's tougher-than-tough sanctions against Penn State's football program. How could it have gotten much worse except that the NCAA would  have banned football all together?   On Monday the University was slapped with a $60 million fine, a 4-year bowl ban, reduced football scholarships...
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