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Paterno Family Calls Penn State Investigation ‘Total Failure’

An investigation commissioned by the family of late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno called the university-sanctioned study of the alleged cover up by Paterno and university administrators of child sex abuse charges against former PSU assistant Jerry Sandusky 'inaccurate' and 'unfounded' in a media release on Sunday.

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Is Jerry Sandusky’s Sentence Harsh Enough? — Sports Survey of the Day

Almost a year later, we finally have a sentence for former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky. But does it go far enough for the crimes he committed?

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Jerry Sandusky Sentenced to 30-60 Years Behind Bars for Child Sex Abuse

Former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky will spend the rest of his life behind bars after being sentenced Tuesday to 30 to 60 years in prison for his role in the Penn State sex-abuse case.

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Penn State Board of Trustees Appeal Exposes Paterno Family Hypocrisy

Four members of Penn State's Board of Trustees are a part of an appeal to declare the consent agreement for the sanctions levied against Penn State between the NCAA and the University "null and void" on the grounds that Penn State President Rodney Erickson did not have the legal authority to agree without the board's approval

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Penn State Fan Compares Sanctions to 9/11 [VIDEO]

Penn State football was rocked by NCAA sanctions on Monday, prompting fans of the program to voice their displeasure with the governing body, primarily with the vacation of former head coach Joe Paterno's wins from 1998 to 2011

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Paterno Statue Removed at Penn State [VIDEO]

Early this morning, Penn State University President Rodney Erickson announced that the statue of former head coach Joe Paterno will be removed from the front of Beaver Stadium, an action they followed through on today, forklifting the statue inside of the stadium

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Big Ten Network Elected Not to Show Freeh Presser

The Big Ten Network exists for one reason and one reason only: to cover Big Ten athletics inside and out. However, when networks such as ESPN, CNN, and MSNBC focused their attention to the findings of Louis Freeh's report on Penn State and the Jerry Sandusky scandal, they were nowhere to be found, instead electing to replay a 2011 football game between Ohio State and Purdue

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Freeh Report Exposes Penn State Staff

Remember back in the fall, when Joe Paterno was removed as the head football coach at Penn State and a huge portion of the university and surrounding community started a full on riot? Remember how they flipped over a news van and told reporters that nobody did more for that community than Joe Paterno?

After the release of an investigative report by Louis Freeh on the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse case, I'd hope those rioters are thinking back to that night in disgust after finding out the reprehensible things that their hero did

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Obama Speaks Out on Penn State Sex Scandal

President Obama was interviewed by Westward One's Jim Gray and delivered some strong comments regarding this past week's Penn. State University's sex scandal revolving around Jerry Sandusky.

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No Heroes Only Villains At PSU

How many stories do you know when there are NO heroes even when the events are horrific. Think about that. Usually someone,usually someone not in the spot light at the least steps up. However in the Penn State sex abuse case their are NONE

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