A lawsuit claiming the NCAA acted beyond its authority was settled on Friday. With 111 wins restored in his name, Joe Paterno is once again the winningest college football coach in history.
Sen. Bob Casey said it was “good news” for the school that the NCAA reinstated Penn State’s eligibility for bowl games and scholarships Monday.
Penn State football will be eligible to play in a bowl game this year and provide scholarships to players starting in 2015, the NCAA said Monday.
School announces deal stemming from child-abuse scandal involving longtime football coach Jerry Sandusky.
“This should not be seen as a precedent for handling other cases,” NCAA president says.
What’s the opposite of “just desserts”?
Tired of hearing about the former Penn State assistant coach? Karl Rominger says it’s not over yet.
Radio host and filmmaker John Ziegler has a new documentary in the works.
From the breaking of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse story to the damning Freeh Report, those in State College and beyond have made their views on JoePa’s culpability well known. These photos tell the complicated, sad story.
Frank Ocean told a beautiful story about falling in love with a man. Jerry Sandusky was convicted on 45 counts of child molestation.
With Jerry Sandusky just convicted of 45 counts of molesting children, it’s a pretty terrible time to be on the side of sex offenders. But a small group of offenders’ friends and family are advocating for big changes to the sex offender registry — and experts say they might have a point.
Speaking with one woman — and two automated, English-deficient spambots — about the ethics of making money off a convicted child-abuser’s autobiography.
And there’s a copy of the book you can buy for $1,111.
Sandusky’s attorney: “Essentially the sentence Jerry will receive will be a life sentence.”
This story just keeps getting worse.
I’m kind of surprised it took him this long to make an appearance. No word if he will testify, but as it seems like the defense will rest its case today, time is running out.
I’ve officially seen it all.
When reading this, remember he’s representing someone who is on trial for molesting children.
If you don’t need a shower after these, then I don’t want to know you.
The trial of the former Penn State assistant football coach accused of molesting at least 10 boys began Monday. Here’s everything you should know.
Alleged victim testifies that former Penn State football coach showered him with gifts, threatened him. Sandusky’s defense lawyer argued the alleged victims just want money.
Ganim just won for local reporting on the Jerry Sandusky scandal. Here’s the lowdown on this journalistic wunderkind.
And he does it in 10 words, no less! Poor Kenn in Aurora, CO. :(
Try not to punch your computer screen. It’ll be hard, but just try.
Man, these guys are fast. From last night’s episode, The Poor Kid.
Jerry Sandusky, the former assistant football coach charged with 40 counts of child sex abuse, breaks his silence on the Penn State scandal with Bob Costas. And he unsurprisingly denies all the charges. “Horsing around” and “horseplay” are terms that are now forever tainted.
Bob Costas obtained the first interview with former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky. Here it is in its disturbing entirety.
On the heels of the revelation that the judge who freed Jerry Sandusky on bail was a donor to Sandusky’s Second Mile charity, and the incredulous questions as to why she did not recuse herself, here are some more unanswered questions surrounding this awful scandal. Not to get into the realm of conspiracy theory, but there are some very disturbing “coincidences” surrounding this case.
Jerry Sandusky in a 1987 NBC interview: “I enjoy being around children…I just have a good time with them.” “Everybody needs people to care for them, even if sometimes they don’t want it.” *shudder*