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Pennsylvania Statue University Sexual Abuse Scandal (2012)

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  • Navy struggles from start to finish in 34-7 loss at Penn State

    Navy struggles from start to finish in 34-7 loss at Penn State
    Navy came into Beaver Stadium on Saturday afternoon hoping to add to Penn State's collective misery from the past 10 months. The Midshipmen had designs on keeping the Nittany Lions and their new coach, Bill O'Brien, winless. Hours later, as Navy was...
  • Put the victims first

    Put the victims first
    It is coming up on one year since the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse story broke and just about a week since his sentencing, and I am pondering what we have learned from it and where we are in relation to more open dialogue about sexual abuse. Here is...
  • Penn State begins O'Brien era with loss

    Penn State began what it calls a "new era" of football Saturday by allowing 21 unanswered second-half points in a 24-14 loss to Ohio University. Penn State played its first game under Coach Bill O'Brien and fourth since former coach Joe Paterno was fired...
  • Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Friday

    Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Friday
    WEATHER The National Weather Service is calling for Friday to be mostly cloudy in the Baltimore area, with a high near 91 and light winds. Friday night is expected to be cloudy, with a low around 71 and light south winds. There is a 30 percent chance...
  • No collective punishment for Penn State football sins

    No collective punishment for Penn State football sins
    Spare me. Spare me the calls to abolish Penn State's football program in the wake of findings by former FBI Chief Louis Freeh that Coach Joe Paterno and other men in power hid the crimes of child rapist/assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky. Spare me...
  • Good afternoon, Baltimore: Monday lunchtime lowdown

    ON THE SITE... Signs of violent struggle in North Baltimore triple shooting: Police found one man, age unknown, who was shot in the head and later died, one 50-year-old woman who was shot in the foot, and one 28-year-old man who was shot in the face....
  • Penn State must pay price for elevating game above lives

    Penn State must pay price for elevating game above lives
    They knew. Those are the two words that have been going through my mind since the release of the Freeh report. After months of examination of all of the facts surrounding the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse case, the Freeh report proved that the top Penn...
  • The moral bankruptcy of Penn State's 'love for the game'

    What we knew before former FBI director Louis Freeh's investigation into the coverup of child sexual abuse by former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky was bad enough, but as I listened to and then read Mr. Freeh's 200-page report, I was once...
  • Calvert Hall grad Adrian Amos ready for expanded role in Penn State's defense

    Calvert Hall grad Adrian Amos ready for expanded role in Penn State's defense
    When Adrian Amos arrived at Penn State last summer, veteran cornerback Stephon Morris took the Calvert Hall graduate under his wing. Morris wanted to show him the ropes and how the team's secondary did things, especially since both are from Maryland....
  • Could stiff penalties against Penn State help Maryland football program?

    Could stiff penalties against Penn State help Maryland football program?
    The NCAA is expected to announce signficant penalties against the Penn State football program Monday in the aftermath of the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal. Several reports suggest that the Nittany Lions won’t become the second program to be...
  • Your Turn: Were sanctions against Penn State football program appropriate?

    Your Turn: Were sanctions against Penn State football program appropriate?
    NCAA president Mark Emmert brought down the proverbial hammer on Penn State Monday morning, imposing severe sanctions that will likely cripple the program for at least a decade. The school received a four-year bowl ban, 10 less scholarships per year...
  • NCAA's Penn State sanctions aren't enough

    NCAA's Penn State sanctions aren't enough
    The NCAA this morning announced stiff penalties on the Penn State football program, acting with unprecedented swiftness in response to a report detailing the repeated failure of officials there to act appropriately in response to long-time assistant coach...