The NCAA isn’t shutting down Penn State football, but is fining the program $60 million and banning the team from post-season play for four years.
For a community whose entire culture revolves around a football team, State College better figure out a way to save the school, the student body, and every person who makes a living off of Penn State.
The sports world – and in fact, much of the country and general public – continues to reel from Thursday’s release of a 267-page report on the Penn State sexual molestation scandal.
A jury has found Jerry Sandusky guilty on 45 of 48 counts in his child sex abuse trial, believing prosecutors’ portrayal of him as a serial molester who groomed his victims and not finding reasonable doubt in his defense lawyer’s assertions that the former Penn State assistant football coach was being victimized by an overzealous prosecution and greedy accusers.
NEW YORK (WFAN) – A former child-abuse victim himself, former football grad assistant Matt Paknis believes Joe Paterno knew about Jerry Sandusky’s alleged sexual abuse against children years ago. Paknis joined WFAN’s Mike Francesa on […]
In 31 years covering sports I have never reported on a situation as tragic as that of Penn State and the fall of college football’s most legendary coach.