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  • Release of Rice video and Penn State news made it a manic Monday

    Release of Rice video and Penn State news made it a manic Monday
    After the first full weekend of the college and pro football season, the Monday morning quarterbacks were expected to be out in full nitpick mode. But a mellow Monday on which the biggest issues may have been Tony Romo's continued struggles in Dallas,...
  • NCAAF roundup: Iowa's Scherff, Ott injured

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF roundup: Iowa's Scherff, Ott injured Iowa left tackle Brandon Scherff underwent knee surgery Tuesday in Iowa City, Iowa, and is considered day to day by coach Kirk Ferentz. The Hawkeyes received more bad news when it was...
  • Penn State rejoices after bowl ban lifted

    The Sports Xchange Penn State rejoices after bowl ban lifted Penn State coach James Franklin couldn't be more excited about the opportunity to earn a bowl trip this year after the NCAA on Monday lifted the school's postseason ban from the Jerry Sandusky...
  • Restored scholarships most important to Penn State

    When football recruiting experts, real or imagined, attach a ranking or stars to a recruit, they're really setting odds. The more stars, the better the odds of a payoff for the school that lands the recruit. That's all it is. In football, more than most...
  • NCAA lifts bowl ban, scholarship sanctions against Penn State

    NCAA lifts bowl ban, scholarship sanctions against Penn State
    Penn State will be eligible for a bowl game this season and its football scholarships will be fully restored next year, the NCAA announced Monday. Two years after issuing some of the stiffest penalties in college football history, the NCAA lifted two...
  • NCAA says state can keep $60 million Penn State fine

    The NCAA is dropping its challenge of a Pennsylvania law regarding its $60 million fine against Penn State, though state lawmakers still want the consent decree that established the fine to be examined. College sports' governing body on Friday moved to...
  • Bob Ford: NCAA played the bully because it could

    The NCAA, which enjoyed the view from its holier-than-thou pedestal when sanctioning the Penn State football program in 2012, completed its self-serving exacta on Monday as it patted the program on the head and assumed the part of merciful overlord....
  • Author Jay Paterno expects to coach again soon

    Author Jay Paterno expects to coach again soon
    Jay Paterno has been doing consulting work and has written one book and is in the midst of another. It's been nearly three years since he coached a football game. He believes that will change soon enough. Getting his second book completed (It's a...
  • James Franklin will build a program 'as good as' Paterno's, Lou Holtz says

    James Franklin will build a program 'as good as' Paterno's, Lou Holtz says
    What the NCAA did in sanctioning Penn State was "criminal," but the program is in good hands with James Franklin, ESPN's Lou Holtz said Thursday. Speaking at Saucon Valley Country Club prior to the U.S. Mid-Amateur golf tournament, Holtz said that he...
  • For first-year NFL coaches, the time to succeed is now ... not later

    For first-year NFL coaches, the time to succeed is now ... not later
    More than ever, NFL owners are long on expectations and short on patience with new coaches. And can you blame them? Consider the success last year's new coaches had, with Philadelphia's Chip Kelly, Kansas City's Andy Reid and San Diego's Mike McCoy...
  • Corbett campaign blasts F&M pollster on Twitter

    For the better part of a year, four different polls have shown Republican Gov. Tom Corbett’s approval rating at historic lows for an incumbent. Despite spending millions on campaign commercials this summer, Corbett’s likability among...
  • Napa Valley Film Festival Sets Lineup in Wake of Quake

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Four days after a 6.0 earthquake hit the region, the 4th annual Napa Valley Film Festival has declared it will go ahead with the event and set its narrative and documentary competition lineups for Nov. 12-16. "Our thoughts are...