Found November 08, 2011 on
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I read an article today that said JoePa should just step down effective immediately. This is as messy as it gets right here. It’s actually unbelievable. The fact that there was cover-up in something as disturbing as this is ridiculous.
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Two Penn State administrators will step down, and the Board of Trustees will appoint a task force to review the university's policies of protecting children, according to a university statement late Sunday.
Athletic Director Tim Curley and Gary Schultz, interim senior vice president for finance and business, will step down, the statement said. Curley is being placed on administrative...
HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Time and again, questions about an alleged cover-up of a sex abuse scandal at Penn State, circled back to one name: Joe Paterno. Major college football's oldest, winningest and perhaps most revered coach, was engulfed Monday in a growing furor involving former defensive coordinator and one-time heir apparent Jerry Sandusky, who was indicted on charges of sexually...
According to the New York Times, Penn State University is planning to remove Joe Paterno, as soon as possibly in a few days, Mark Viera is reporting this afternoon. With the biggest press conference of his 46-year coaching career scheduled for this afternoon, Penn State canceled the event just prior to it’s scheduled start time of 12:30pm EST.
According to Mr. Viera, the Penn...
David Baran, a Penn State graduate, is so disgusted with his alma mater that he staged a rally on Tuesday on the steps of Old Main to protest the Jerry Sandusky scandal and to showcase his distaste about the way Penn State handled the sex abuse charges. Baran pulled out his diploma, then a lighter, and set his degree ablaze for everyone to see. The one problem, only 10 supporters...
The outrage over the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse scandal (and by sexual abuse, we mean he allegedly forced kids to participate in oral and anal sex) has for many people turned into an excuse to do something they’ve wanted to for a long time: push Joe Paterno out at Penn State. The lynch mob is [...]
With the massive tidal wave that is the Jerry Sandusky child sex criminal investigation, the rumors that Joe Paterno was to soon be out are true. Paterno will retire at the end of the season, his 46th. Never would one have imagined that Paterno would go out like this--his reputation sullied as many believe he didn't do enough to bring the charges leveled against his former defensive...
A person familiar with the decision says Penn State football coach Joe Paterno has decided to retire at the end of the season. The person says Paterno will announce his retirement later Wednesday.
the 2009 Penn State Behrend Sports Camps flyer.
The elephant in the room. Everyone else feels compelled to write something on the events unfolding at Penn State, and I do too. I don't have much to add to the universal revulsion and calls for firing:
In response, Penn State did not call the police. They did other things, but they did not call the police. Joe Paterno did not...
Penn State head coach to speak to media, as scheduled
Will Paterno answer any questions, or deflect attention to Nebraska?
Penn State head coach Joe Paterno will meet with the media as regularly scheduled for his weekly look at Penn State’s upcoming game, this week against Nebraska. The only problem is that most of the assembled media on hand or on the phone for the weekly...
Two top Penn State officials charged with covering up allegations of an explosive child-sex abuse scandal related to a former defensive coordinator stepped down late Sunday after an emergency meeting of the university's Board of Trustees.