Penn State has been given back 112 wins that had been vacated in 2012 by the NCAA as a result of the Jerry Sandusky child abuse scandal.
The wins, spanning from 1998-2011, had been taken away under a consent decree issued by the NCAA to Penn State’s board of trustees as punishment for the Sandusky fallout. The NCAA and the university reached a settlement Friday regarding a state...
The NCAA has agreed to restore the wins it vacated for the Penn State Nittany Lions football team, reinstating coach Joe Paterno as the all-time winningest coach in major college football. Here's why it doesn't matter.
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We are nearly two and half years removed from Penn State firing Joe Paterno in wake of the child molestation scandal involving Jerry Sandusky, and a resigning member of the board of trustees in Happy Valley is expressing regret over their decision. Alvin Clemens lamented publicly about voting for Paterno’s firing upon his resignation (Via […]Continue reading...
Penn State head football coach Bill O’Brien will begin 2014 as the new head coach of the Houston Texans, according to multiple news reports.
O’Brien — who took over the crippled Nittany Lions in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal and Joe Paterno’s resignation under fire — was fed up with Penn State and Paterno’s overzealous supporters.