Among the legal questions still swirling around Penn State, one has drawn little attention but could pose a threat to the university: Did the school’s handling of sex abuse allegations against assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky violate the federal Title IX gender discrimination law?
There’s no denying the rivalry between Ohio State and Michigan.
In an unexpected bit of collateral damage from the Penn State football child-rape scandal, “Sweet Caroline” has turned sour for Happy Valley.
We’ve all heard the song before, Neil Diamond’s Sweet Caroline, and we’ve probably all belted out the lyrics at one time or another.
The charity for troubled youths started by convicted pedophile Jerry Sandusky said Monday that it will postpone a plan to shut down and transfer programs and assets to a Texas ministry until lawsuits against the charity are resolved.
A prosecutor in the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse case said a “great deal” of “highly incriminating” evidence wasn’t presented to the jury that convicted him, according to a post-trial hearing transcript unsealed Wednesday.
According to a report from RadarOnline.com, the FBI and a criminal investigative division of the United States Postal Service are looking into the possibility that former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky created a pedophile ring in which he shared boys with other men connected to Penn State
You waited and waited and waited, and finally it came back Thursday night. And you who were so excited for a Bears preseason football game got exactly what you deserved. First, there was no Cutler, Forte, Peppers, or Urlacher.
The Nittany Lions ranked second in Newsweek’s 2012 List of Top Party Schools.
While some in State College refuse to accept the sanctions levied by the NCAA against the football program, head coach Bill O’Brien is ready to move on.
If you’ve followed along with the outrage from Penn State supporters regarding the NCAA sanctions against their football program, then this should come as no surprise.
Penn State is adding the names of players as well as a symbol of child-abuse awareness to the football team’s jerseys for the upcoming season.
A Penn State trustee has told the NCAA that he intends to appeal college sports governing body’s strict sanctions on the university for the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.
The NCAA’s decision to punish Penn State is OK by the President of the United States.
The understanding of the need for culture change at Penn State lasted all of two weeks, if it ever existed at all beyond worthless words from impotent administrators.
A man who claims to be the unknown victim molested in a Penn State shower by Jerry Sandusky in a case that led to Joe Paterno’s firing intends to sue the university for its “egregious and reckless conduct” that facilitated the abuse, his lawyers said Thursday.
State Farm is pulling its ads from Penn State football broadcasts, while General Motors is reconsidering its sponsorship deal and Wall Street is threatening to downgrade the school’s credit rating, suggesting the price of the sexual abuse scandal could go well beyond the $60 million fine and other penalties imposed by the NCAA.
Joe Paterno almost left Penn State to become coach of the New England Patriots.
Shortly after the NCAA’s press conference where the sanctions against Penn State were levied, Sports Illustrated released the artwork for the cover of its new magazine.
Former Florida State coach Bobby Bowden says the NCAA’s unprecedented punishment of Penn State’s football program “cannot replace those boys who were molested.”
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