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(Update) Penn State Trustees Won’t Revisit Freeh Report

[Update 2:30 p.m.] Looks like Penn State won’t revisit the Freeh Report, after all. The Post-Gazette reports: An alumni trustee’s proposal at Penn State University […]

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Top 10 Pennsylvania Careers Destroyed or Damaged by the Jerry Sandusky Scandal

Now that Seamus McCaffery has retired from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, it’s worth asking: How many significant Pennsylvanians have had their careers destroyed or derailed because […]

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Rutgers Fans Wear “Ped State” T-Shirts to Penn State Football Game

Someone in the Rutgers University social media department is probably getting a good talking-to this morning. Over the weekend, on the occasion of the Penn […]

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Paterno Lawsuit Against NCAA Moves Forward

The bowl ban is lifted at Penn State, and so are reduced scholarships, but Joe Paterno’s family is still pursuing a lawsuit against the NCAA, […]

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NCAA Restores Penn State to Full Scholarships, Bowl Eligibility

Well. Let’s see what this does for civility in the Penn State community. The NCAA announced Monday afternoon it is ending two major punishments of […]

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Can Civility Return at Penn State?

Eric Barron is never going to get the civility he desires at Penn State. It was nice of him to reach out on Friday, admirable that […]

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Three Years Later, Sandusky Scandal Still Ripples at Penn State

The Jerry Sandusky scandal is apparently still taking a toll on Penn State. It’s not just the football sanctions, either. Officials at the university are […]

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Lawsuit Filed in Philly Court Has New Abuse Allegations Against Jerry Sandusky

  Jerry Sandusky, Penn State and the second mile charity are facing yet another lawsuit (below) stemming from the child sex abuse scandal. Late last month, […]

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Report: Probe Discovered Explicit Emails in AG’s Office

Kathleen Kane never did find evidence that Tom Corbett slowed his Jerry Sandusky probe for political gain. But her investigators, it turns out, found something […]

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Report: Penn State Bowl Ban Likely to be Reduced

On the eve of its season opener in Ireland with the University of Central Florida, Penn State football appears to be in its best shape […]

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Penn State President: University Should Be “Rewarded” for Post-Sandusky Changes

Penn State’s new president, Eric Barron, on Monday said the university should be “rewarded” for improvements it has made since the Jerry Sandusky scandal, but […]

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Board: Penn State Will Abide by Sanctions

Penn State’s board of trustees voted today to keep complying with the NCAA consent decree that banished the school to football purgatory for four year. […]

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Pa., NCAA Close to Lawsuit Settlement

A settlement in the NCAA may be in the offing, NBC Sports reports. At issue? The $60 million fine Penn State must pay as part […]

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Politicians Keep Pandering to Penn State

Oh, how I wish the politicians of Pennsylvania would stop kissing the ring of Penn State football. The king — Joe Paterno — may be […]

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Former Penn State Coaches Sue University

Jay Paterno and William Kenney, former assistant coaches at Penn State University, are suing the university, saying their job prospects have been ruined unfairly because […]