Penn State University
Penn State’s costs for legal fees, consultants and public relations firms hired to help deal with the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal have topped $16 million.
Franco Harris must just not get it.
Father Benedict Groeschel, who is the director of the Office for Spiritual Development for the Catholic Archdiocese of New York, has an interesting take on who the real victim is in the whole Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal.
Stints in jail. Hefty fines and restitution. Clouded futures. The consequences of their bad behavior have been steep for the Penn State students who took to the streets and rioted in the chaotic aftermath of Hall of Fame coach Joe Paterno’s firing last November.
Penn State’s disgraced former president is trying to convince the public he had no idea that Jerry Sandusky was a child molester — and that he most certainly did not protect one.
Attorneys for ousted Penn State President Graham Spanier planned Wednesday to dispute allegations he covered up reported child sex abuse involving convicted former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.
Newly released excerpts of the book show that Paterno had a rather tumultuous relationship with Jerry Sandusky.
The trial is scheduled begin early next year for two former Penn State officials accused of lying to a grand jury and burying an allegation of a child’s sexual abuse in the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
Posnanski’s book Paterno comes out Tuesday, August 21. Check out the excerpt from GQ here!
Penn State has been put on notice by an accrediting organization that says the university’s status is “in jeopardy” based on recent developments in the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.
Jerry Sandusky is distraught over the NCAA penalties issued to Penn State’s football program for the school’s handling of his child sexual abuse scandal and maintains his innocence as he awaits sentencing, his defense lawyer said Wednesday.
So take my hand as we stroll through a bevy of buttheads who are somehow able to operate electronics and show the world what awful people they are and the detestable culture that encompasses so much of college football.
As a result of the sanctions levied against Penn State, junior running back Silas Redd will transfer to USC.
In the wake of the NCAA sanctions levied against Penn State, Nittany Lion supporters held an unofficial rally for the current players this morning outside of the Lasch Football Building.
Amid uncertainty over who will stay with Penn State’s football program a week after the NCAA imposed stiff sanctions for the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal, at least 2,500 fans, alumni and local business owners rallied outside the football building Tuesday for Nittany Lion players.
Over 70,000 PSU Supporters Call For A Public Apology From ESPN For ‘Dragging Joe Pa’s Name Through The Dirt’
Over 70,000 Penn State supporters have ‘liked’ a Facebook comment on the Penn State page that calls for a public apology from ESPN for “dragging Joe Paterno though the dirt.”
Twitter was buzzing Friday with the news that member of the Penn State community had adopted the rally cry of “Team Outlaw” for the upcoming football season.
At Big Ten Media Days this week, much discussion swirled around the controversial topic of recruiting current Penn State players, who were who were essentially declared “free agents” by NCAA president Mark Emmert as part of PSU’s sweeping sanctions.
One major Penn State donor says he might write the university out of his will, while others say neither the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal nor recent unpopular actions by the university’s leadership are making them rethink their financial support for the school.
Former Penn State football player Franco Harris isn’t giving up.