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Sadness comes with Paterno statue removal
Cloresa Turner drove to central Pennsylvania from Virginia to see the statue of veteran Penn State football coach Joe Paterno. When she arrived in State College on Sunday and saw that it was gone from its place outside the university stadium, she clasped her hand over her mouth.
Former Penn State trustee chairman quits
A member and former chairman of the Penn State board of trustees has resigned, saying his presence on the board had become “a distraction and an impediment” to the university’s efforts to move forward following the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.
Penn State could face years of litigation
Penn State University could face years of litigation over Jerry Sandusky’s abuse of children, but the school is also doing some things that may limit the damage, according to lawyers with experience in such cases.
Paterno family denies Freeh report findings
Joe Paterno’s family on Monday vowed its own investigation of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal. The late football coach’s family rejected findings of a special investigator who concluded that Paterno and other top Penn State administrators concealed Sandusky’s abuse to shield the university from bad publicity.
Penn State Scandal: O’Brien becomes ‘rock’ as football team looks to season
In seven months on the job, Bill O’Brien has turned into much more than just the new leader of the Penn State Nittany Lions. Perhaps no head coach has ever inherited such a challenge in his rookie campaign.
Penn State Scandal: Former players from county react to latest findings
The Freeh report has added another ugly dimension to the Penn State Scandal for many former football players, who consider themselves part of a family regardless of when they were part of the program. They were already shocked and disgusted to learn of the allegations against Jerry Sandusky, a former Nittany Lions assistant coach. Now this.
Penn State Scandal: Blistering Freeh report tarnishes Paterno legacy
A blistering report that claims Joe Paterno and other top Penn State officials concealed what they knew about Jerry Sandusky's sexual abuse of children may prove to be an indelible stain on the beloved coach's 61-year tenure at the school where he preached "success with honor."
Freeh Report: Read the entire document on Penn State scandal
Hall of Fame coach Joe Paterno and other senior Penn State officials "concealed critical facts" about Jerry Sandusky's child abuse because they were worried about bad publicity, according to an internal investigation into the scandal. You can read the 267-page report by former FBI director Louis Freeh right here.
LATEST UPDATE: PSU officials had opportunities to stop abuse in ’98, 2001
Joe Paterno and other top Penn State officials hushed up child sex abuse allegation against Jerry Sandusky more than a decade ago for fear of bad publicity, allowing Sandusky to prey on other youngsters, according to a scathing internal report issued Thursday on the scandal.
Freeh Report: Penn State showed ‘total disregard’ for victims
Hall of Fame coach Joe Paterno and other senior officials "concealed critical facts" about Jerry Sandusky's child abuse because they were worried about bad publicity, according to an internal investigation into the scandal.
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