Jerry Sandusky was sentenced Tuesday to at least 30 years in prison — effectively a life sentence — in the child sexual abuse scandal that brought shame to Penn State and led to coach Joe Paterno’s downfall.
Jerry Sandusky professed his innocence and vowed to continue fighting his child molestation conviction in a recorded statement broadcast on the eve of his sentencing hearing by a student-run radio station at Penn State University.
Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky will be sentenced Oct. 9 on his conviction of child sexual abuse.
The Joe Paterno statue has officially been taken down from its worshipped pedestal in front of Beaver Stadium.
A lawyer for a son of Jerry Sandusky says the man has told authorities the former Penn State assistant football coach abused him.
The ‘Second Mile’ charity, started by Jerry Sandusky, is asking a judge to allow it to transfer programs and millions of dollars in assets to a Texas-based youth ministry that serves abused and neglected children.
Olympic hopeful Kayla Harrison says she’s still enraged by the sexual abuse scandal that engulfed Penn State and resulted in the firing of longtime football coach Joe Paterno.
Despite your warm-n-cuddly attempts to script a Hallmark movie, Joe Pa didn’t die of a broken heart.
Lost among the off-field story lines is the intriguing TicketCity Bowl matchup of Penn State’s stingy defense and Houston’s high-octane offense.
Penn State defensive end Eric Latimore admits his senior season has been “interesting.” A national scandal has overshadowed the Nittany Lions (9-3), who will play Houston (12-1) in the TicketCity Bowl on Jan. 2.
Penn State interim coach Tom Bradley stood in the Texas sunshine on a crisp day watching his team streaming onto the field. Away from home, preparing for a bowl game, the focus is on football and the final game of what has been a season of turmoil.
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