Abuse Victim Says Joe Paterno Ignored ComplaintA man who claims Jerry Sandusky sexually abused him in 1976 says in newly unsealed court documents that he told Penn State football Coach Joe Paterno about the incident the very next day, and Paterno responded callously.
Baylor Football Becomes Latest College Program To Be Involved In ScandalThe NCAA has had many controversies over the years. Every year it seems like something is going on within a division one program.
Add Hackenberg To Dallas Cowboys List Of QB 'Stones' In NFL DraftAdd Christian Hackenberg to increasingly large list of QB stones getting turned over by the Cowboys.
Coach Patrick Chambers: "I Want To Make Penn St. Known For More Than Just Football"As part of the "Guiding Greatness" series presented by Delta Air Lines, Penn St. men's basketball head coach Patrick Chambers discusses changing the football-only mentality.
Bill O'Brien Leaves Penn State For Houston TexansO'Brien succeeded against heavy odds, overcoming a lack of scholarships, a bowl ban, and player defections. He leaves the program on stable ground after bolting Happy Valley for the NFL and the Houston Texans.
Ex-Penn State WR Justin Brown Joins SoonersBrown will be eligible to play this season because of the NCAA's penalties against Penn State following the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse case.
NCAA Doesn't Dole Out 'Death Penalty' To Penn StatePenn State’s punishment from the NCAA did not include the “Death Penalty” of losing any seasons of football. To date, Southern Methodist University remains the only school in history to be hit with the ultimate punishment.
Penn State Missed AgainIt was misguided and reactionary to take down the statue of Joe Paterno outside of Beaver Stadium.
Why He Shouldn’t Be Remembered As Joe 'PaterNO'In the wake of the scandal last November Paterno himself said “I wish I would’ve done more.”
The Cult That Is Happy ValleyThe Joe Paterno statue has officially been taken down from its worshipped pedestal in front of Beaver Stadium.
Penn State Hit With Crippling PenaltiesThe NCAA sanctions on Penn State University include a $60 million fine, a four-year postseason ban, and vacating Joe Paterno’s wins from 1998 through 2001.
Penn State's PerilTen months ago, when winds of the Jerry Sandusky horror blew through America, bringing with it and leaving behind horror, deception, and denial, many partisan parties scrambled to defend their own.