Found July 13, 2012 on Madtown Badgers:
What is up Badger fanatics? It's Friday and that means one thing here, it's time to go around the world of the Big Ten and give you the goods about all our wonderful frenimies around the Midwest. Before we get started with the main course, let's take a moment to remember what could have been  - Yes, I'm talking about the Big Ten/Pac-12 scheduling agreement. It's officially off the table now, so bow your heads in silence... O.k., that's a bit much but here are the statements from the commissioners of both leagues: (screw you Pac-12). Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott:  “After extensive deliberation and consultation with member institutions, television partners and oth- ers, the Pac-12 and Big Ten have decided not to pursue the previously announced plans for enhanced scheduling collaboration across all sports at this time. While we continue to value our close relation- ship, particularly our partnership in the Rose Bowl, the Pac-12 came to the conclusion tha...

Freeh Report released

The Freeh report was released Thursday morning, which details the results of an internal investigation regarding the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse case.


Paterno's name off child center

In light of the Freeh Report's findings, Nike has announced the removal of Joe Paterno's name from the child development center located on its corporate campus in Beaverton, Ore.

What About Pitt-Penn State?

Pitt and Penn State are scheduled to play a home-and-home pair of football games in 2016 and 2017. A possible thaw in the long-standing stalemate in what was once a great annual rivalry game. Add in the fact that the Big 10-Pac-12 annual cross-over plan that was scheduled to begin in 2017 has now fallen through. Well, you could make a pretty good case that Pitt and Penn State might...

Paterno's halo painted over on mural

An artist has removed a halo from a mural of Penn State football coach Joe Paterno amid the school's child sex-abuse scandal. Michael Pilato had put a halo over Paterno's image after the beloved coach's death in January, but said he felt he had to remove it Saturday after a report that Paterno, former university president Graham Spanier and others buried allegations...

Bobby Bowden: Joe Paterno statue should be removed

Bobby Bowden and Joe Paterno had an ongoing rivalry to see who could outlast the other to top the leaderboard for most wins in a coaching career. Bowden was forced out as head coach of Florida State in 2009 after the Seminoles became a mediocre team. Paterno refused to step down as coach at Penn State, allowing him to surpass Bowden. In light of being peers and competitors, Bowden...

Joe Paterno Statue Replacement Ideas

Good bye Joe Pa statue, hello future! With the release of the Freeh Report, it’s pretty apparent that Joe Paterno’s legacy at Penn State has got to be erased. A big step in doing this will be removing the Joe Paterno statue outside of Beaver Stadium. Once this disgraceful monument is removed from its current location, the void will have to be filled by some other sculpture...

Joe Paterno's Name Removed From Child Development Center at Nike Headquarters

BEAVERTON, Ore. -- The president of Nike Inc. says he has decided to change the name of the Joe Paterno Child Development Center, a child care facility at the company's headquarters. CEO Mark Parker said Thursday he was deeply saddened by the news coming of the Louis Freeh investigation on the child sex abuse scandal at Penn State. Freeh says Paterno and other top school officials...

Phil Knight Still Supports Child Rape Protector Joe Paterno; Name Removed From Child Care Facility

Nike said in 2011 that it wouldn’t remove Joe Paterno’s name from a child care facility on its Beaverton, Oregon campus because “Our relationship with Penn State remains unchanged,” a spokesperson said. That was November 9. Today, Nike has announced, as a result of the crushing Freeh Report, that Paterno’s name will be removed from the center. Oh, and Phil Knight wants...

New PSU coach O'Brien reading harsh Freeh report

Penn State coach Bill O'Brien says he's reading former FBI director Louis Freeh's report on the school's handling of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal to identify any changes that need to be made in the football program. O'Brien, who succeeded the late coach Joe Paterno, said Thursday in a statement that he shared a commitment with university leaders...

Penn State Football Should Not Be Given the Death Penalty

The powers that be at Penn State, after more than a decade of wrong doing, have finally shed a stark and glaring light down the dark corridors of...

NBC 4 L.A. Cameras Catch Chicks Posing With Joe Paterno Statue This Morning

Going out on a limb and saying these chicks are incoming freshmen, are in State College for orientation, told mom to stop so they could get a photo with JoePa and then NBC 4 LA cameras caught them posing with a child rape protector. Maybe they were oblivious to why those satellite trucks were in front of the football stadium. You know, because after all, it is Penn State and big...

**** Joe Paterno

So now there is a ‘debate’ over the legacy of Joe Paterno? Pardon me but if there is a debate going on in your head about the legacy of a man that allowed dozens of children to be abused by a serial rapist in order to protect his football program then you are a mindless jock-sniffing ********. ‘JoePa’ is the worst kind of scum. There, got that off my chest. The problem with...

Read Freeh report findings regarding Penn State's handling of Jerry Sandusky case

Read Freeh report findings regarding Penn State's handling of Jerry Sandusky case
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