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“Penn State vs the World”: Classless reactions from Penn State players to Jerry Sandusky scandal

Penn State football players are already taking the role of the victim. MITCH BLATT The victims of the Jerry Sandusky scandal were the children he was convicted of molesting. But now after Penn State was slammed with a $60 million fine, the symbolic losses of all of their victories since 1998, and being barred from post-season play for the next four years, new victims are coming forward...
Via Juiced Sports Blog
July 23, 2012  |  Discuss

PSU Spring Football: Looking for stability, identity at key positions

Offensive line is one of the top priorities this spring. Photo: Kevin McGuire, via Flickr. With spring practice in full bloom in State College, the heat is on for some key positions in 2012. Head coach Bill O'Brien is giving everyone on the roster a clean slate to work with, and he has said he will not be taking into account anything done on film before he arrived as...
Via Nittany Lions Den
April 01, 2012  |  Discuss
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