Despite past claims from the late Joe Paterno that he did not use e-mail — and more recent claims by his family and representatives that he did not use e-mail –The Chronicle of Higher Education has found evidence to the contrary.
Too much was at stake for Paterno to allow his football program and his vast, personal business arrangements with Second Mile connections to be brought down by scandal. So he made sure Sandusky could go about his business uninterrupted.
Even in the dark, sick heart of central Pennsylvania, where for years the emotional and cultural strength of a college football program blinded otherwise normal people to horrible crimes, justice could be done.
An attention-grabbing trial filled with grim, hideous details, sobbing witnesses and crackling verbal exchanges can provide good cover.
In documents obtained by KDKA-TV investigators, the Attorney General’s Office indicates former vice president Schultz kept a secret file with allegations regarding Sandusky and sex abuse.
As opening statements in the Jerry Sandusky trail got underway Monday morning, a new report surfaced that could lead to charges against former Penn State President Graham Spanier.
Former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno repeatedly fought with a Penn State official over the punishment of his players, according to a report.
Larry Spanier, the brother of former Penn State University President Graham Spanier, defends his sibling in an interview with CBS 2′s Dana Kozlov.
t’s the end of an era in the world of college football, but it wasn’t the storybook ending we had originally thought it would be.
Head football coach Joe Paterno and school president Graham Spanier have been relieved of their duties at Penn State effective immediately, the school’s board of trustees announced Wednesday evening.
A newspaper is reporting that Penn State President Graham Spanier’s term in office is nearly at an end.
As far as NCAA scandals go, this is as bad as it gets. It’s worse than the worst recruiting violation. It’s worse than free tattoos. It’s worse than top bowl officials skimming money off the top for themselves.
Every Tuesday during football season, Penn State football coach Joe Paterno participates in a weekly teleconference that includes questions from reporters both over the phone and in person.
The Fiesta Bowl’s future as a part of the Bowl Championship Series could be decided before the end of May.