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Former Penn State Officials to Stand Trial in Sandusky Scandal

Will the evidence hold up at trial??

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BREAKING: SANDUSKY GETS 30-60 YEARS

Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant football coach convicted of child molestation, has received a sentence of 30-60 years in prison.

Sandusky has maintained his innocence and an appeal is expected.

Sandusky could have received up to 442 years in prison.  Given h

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The NCAA Gets One Right – From the Bird’s Nest

I've been as big a critic of the NCAA and the way they do business for many years.

Their arbitrary way of issuing punishment, some of it for the silliest of infractions, has been a head-scratcher

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Should Penn State Football Get the Death Penalty??

An internal probe into the Jerry Sandusky affair and its aftermath has resulted in a scathing indictment of Penn State, it's former idolized coach, former president and athletic director.

The Freeh report, issued today, said Penn State's hierarchy, including former coach Joe Paterno, covered up knowledge that Sandusky, a former Penn

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College Football Coaching Legend Joe Paterno Dies At Age 85

Joe Paterno, the former head coach of Penn St. who had the most Division I coaching victories, and the second-most all-time, died early Sunday, at the age of 85, after a short fight with lung cancer.

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Joe Paterno Afflicted With Lung Cancer After Firing From Penn State

Less than 10 days after being fired from a job he held for nearly 46 years, former Penn State coach Joe Paterno revealed Friday he has lung cancer. A statement delivered by son Scott Paterno said the cancer is treatable and doctors expect the coaching legend to make a full recovery.

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Big Ten Removes Joe Paterno’s Name From Championship Trophy

In the wake of the ongoing child sex abuse scandal that rocked the Penn State campus, Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany announced Monday that the trophy given to the winner of the first-ever Big Ten championship game will no longer bear the name of legendary coach Joe Paterno.

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61 Percent of People Agree with Decision to Fire Joe Paterno — Survey of the Day

When Penn State fired legendary head football coach Joe Paterno for not being more proactive after learning his long-time assistant Jerry Sandusky had sexually abused a boy, students rioted in protest.

According to a survey of 1,386 adults from Poll Position, Penn State’s board of directors decision to dump Paterno immediately isn’t as controversial with the general public.

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Joe Paterno Fired

The Penn State board of trustees unanimously voted to fire head football coach Joe Paterno late Wednesday night as the outcry continues to grow over how he handled child sex abuse allegations against former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky. PSU president Graham Spanier was fired as well.

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Paterno Announces His Retirement

The scandal proves to be too much.....

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