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Penn State offensive lineman John Urschel was one of the Lions representatives during Big Ten Media Days. Here he talks with FOXSports NEXT reporter Beth Long about the event and the past few trying weeks.
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Jerry Sandusky has some thoughts on the sanctions Penn State received from the NCAA. His thoughts were voiced through his attorney.
Well, we almost got out of the week without hearing from the Paterno family. Oh so close, but oh so far. This time the Paterno family is formally going after the NCAA.
According to Onward State, lawyers representing the Paterno family sent an official appeal letter to the NCAA offices responding to the sanctions handed to Penn State's football program last week. The appeal...
Junior linebacker Khairi Fortt (ky-REE Fort) has decided to become the latest Penn State player to transfer to a Pac-12 school.
Fortt signed a scholarship agreement with California on Wednesday. He has 50 tackles in the last two seasons and ended Penn State's spring practice as the co-starter at middle linebacker on the depth chart.
In light of the sanctions from the Jerry...
Penn State RB Curtis Dukes tells The Fizz he is staying in Happy Valley, and will not join Syracuse. Last night, after things had cooled down over the last 48 hours on the possible transfer front, Dukes confirmed to us via text that none his potential landing schools followed up, and that he will remain a Nittany Lion for his final two years of eligibility.
In a letter obtained by Kevin Horne at Onward State, the Paterno family has officially not yet learned to leave well enough alone...
The family is filing their own appeal with the NCAA...
The HQ has no idea what they think they're going to attempt to accomplish over something that the university that employed their father has already signed off...
It’s never going to end…. never. I mean we’ve went from everything from playing on the movie ‘Ted’ with Sandusky to this… It’s never going to end.. I will also say – Jerry Sandusky is lucky he’s being segregated from other inmates.
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Penn State trustees will meet this weekend to consider whether to ratify the school's consent decree with the NCAA that imposed penalties for how the university handled the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal.
Board chairwoman Karen Peetz sent an email Thursday to fellow trustees that said there was confusion about how Penn State accepted the sanctions and whether it was...
Penn State has designated the Sept. 22 game against Temple as its second annual ''Blue Out'' game to show solidarity with victims and survivors of child sexual abuse.
Fans are being encouraged to wear blue, while donations will be collected around Beaver Stadium for the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape. Students are organizing Blue Out activities.
The first such...
Finally. Confirmation that the NCAA's Penn State sanctions are right on the mark. Jerry Sandusky's attorney Joe Amendola told The Associated Press in a phone interview that Sandusky told him that...
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Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State defensive coach who at the very least showered with young boys, touched their legs in the showers because he’s just like Forrest Gump and ended a bunch of creepy voice mail messages with “there’s nothing really to hide” and “I love you”, thinks it’s “unjust” for PSU to be fined and punished simply because he molested boys there...
Keep up to speed with the former Nittany Lion football players who are headed to other programs. We will update this one story file as needed.
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The NCAA had considered giving the Nittany Lions a four-year death penalty, but once the school found out they held emergency meetings with the committee to come to a different conclusion.
In the end, the punishments were still...
Jamil Pollard's transfer from Penn State to Rutgers was reported on the ScarletReport.com message board over the weekend, and a report has now surfaced in which his high school coach is acknowledging it.
NORMAN, Okla. — The dominoes have started to fall for Penn State University since the NCAA laid down the hammer, and the Sooners could now be in on the latest wave.