NOT OVER YET
The legal team for Jerry Sandusky argued in court on Thursday that he deserves a new trial because they didn't have enough time to prepare for the first one.
Here’s a photo of four Iowa students who decided to dress up as Jerry Sandusky for the Iowa vs. Penn State Big Ten match-up in Iowa City.
HAMMER OF JUSTICE
The former Penn State coach reportedly has been sentenced to between 30-60 years. Sandusky was found guilty on 45 of 48 counts of sexual abuse.
Maybe he's going crazy, or he's drinking his OWN KOOL-AID, as Jerry Sandusky is claiming that he's the real victim in his Penn State sex abuse scandal. Sandusky, who recorded a dramatic statement from his jail cell on the eve of sentencing for the Penn State sex abuse case, is accusing everyone from his victims, the media, and Penn State itself of orchestrating his convention...
Ole Miss really wants Penn State 4-star tight end Adam Breneman to jump ship.
They really, really want him— so much so that they sent him 32 handwritten letters.
Thirty-two of them! And they all arrived on the same day.
The Penn State saga is far from over as now the university as a whole is under fire. The college’s accreditation officially hangs in the balance as they have been issued a warning by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education which handles such matters.
Penn State has publicly responded to the potential of losing their accreditation status in the fallout of the mess that...
WE ARE SORRY
The Nittany Lions football team will be adding blue ribbons to their jerseys to support the victims of child abuse, as well as one more modification to recognize the players who did not transfer.
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.”
Brandon Noble was a defensive lineman at Penn State University from 1993 to 1996. He was recently interviewed by ESPN on the Penn State NCAA sanctions that were handed out today and here is a clip of it. Noble played for Joe Paterno and said the reason he came to Penn State was to play for JoePa. Things will definitely be tough in State College for years to come and head coach...