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Pennsylvania Statue University Sexual Abuse Scandal (2012)

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  • Jerry Sandusky brick removed from State College walkway

    Jerry Sandusky brick removed from State College walkway
    (CNN) -- A brick bearing Jerry Sandusky's name and that of his Second Mile charity has been removed from a walkway in downtown State College, Pennsylvania. The brick is one of nearly 3,000 along Centennial Walkway in the downtown part of campus. The...
  • 'Paterno' brings no clarity

    'Paterno' brings no clarity
    Joe Posnanski moved to State College, Pa., to write a much different book from the one he ended up writing. Posnanski, a former Kansas City Star sports columnist, imagined his biography of Penn State University's heralded head football coach Joe...
  • Penn State Plays First Game After Scandal, Sanctions

    Penn State Plays First Game After Scandal, Sanctions
    STATE COLLEGE, Pennsylvania -- Penn State's Blue Band formed two lines facing each other and belted out the fight song. Nearly 600 athletes from almost every other varsity sports team then joined the band in creating a pathway for the Penn State football...
  • Judge delays Second Mile asset transfer

    Judge delays Second Mile asset transfer
    The arrest and conviction of former Penn State Assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky has crippled his charity, the Second Mile. However, the charity will still go on if just for now. Over the past few months, Second Mile leaders have acknowledged...
  • Jerry Sandusky Has Cost Penn State $17 Million To This Point

    Jerry Sandusky Has Cost Penn State $17 Million To This Point
    Costs for legal fees, consultants and public relations companies employed by Penn State to deal with the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal have reached close to $17 million, according to the school. The school said it has spent nearly $16.8...
  • Sandusky scandal cost Penn State $17M so far

    Sandusky scandal cost Penn State $17M so far
    The Jerry Sandusky child rape scandal at Penn State has cost the school founded by Thomas Jefferson a lot more than just their reputation. Besides giving up 112 wins from their football record, they’ve had to shell out $17 million. If a dollar...
  • Teel Time: Virginia getaway might be ideal tonic for Penn State

    Teel Time: Virginia getaway might be ideal tonic for Penn State
    Perhaps Penn State is as bad as its second half against Ohio. Or, maybe Ohio and quarterback Tyler Tettleton are the potential BCS busters some tout them to be. The truth likely falls in the gray middle, but this much is certain: * Neither rookie...
  • Virginia's defense rescues offense in victory over Penn State

     Virginia's defense rescues offense in victory over Penn State
    Virginia's victory formula Saturday was just as convention suggested: The Cavaliers' resilient defense bailed out their clumsy offense. Not buying it? Saved all the preseason mags and Googled all the summer blogs that pegged Virginia as a potent...
  • Al Pacino attached to play Joe Paterno

    Al Pacino attached to play Joe Paterno
    (CNN) -- Joe Paterno's legacy may soon unfold on film. Deadline Hollywood reports that a biopic of the late Penn State football coach is in the works, with Al Pacino attached to star as JoePa. The beloved sports figure died in January at 85 following...
  • Woman Gets $1.1 Million In Priest Abuse Case; Tells Ex-Bishop, 'Shame On You'

    A New London woman who says she was molested as a child by a now-deceased priest will receive $1.1 million from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Norwich after a retiring Superior Court judge spent his last day on the bench mediating the settlement. Mary...
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Is the Freeh Report a game-changer?

     
    Penn State University, we turned to some experts for the long view. In a telephone interview yesterday, former Gov. Dick Thornburgh told us the report on the child-abuse scandal at Penn State will be required reading at colleges and universities across...
  • Sandusky, Penn State deserve death penalty

     
    Jerry Sandusky deserves the death penalty. So does Penn State. Sandusky is a monster, a pedophile who preyed on the most innocent and vulnerable of children _ many of them foster kids dealing with issues of self worth and trust in adults. He is a...