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Ever since last November, we’ve obviously heard a lot about the Jerry Sandusky scandal at Penn State. Until yesterday, though, we hadn’t heard much from former university president Graham Spanier. Well, now we have – and it seems to us there’s a lesson to be had in one particular word Spanier used.
Adam Breneman is a 6-5, 228 pound tight end that committed to playing football at Penn State last March. But the class of 2013 recruit hasn’t stopped hearing from other schools, including Ole Miss, who decided to overwhelming him with a smattering of hand-written recruiting letters: 32 in all, in fact.
Penn State Adds Names To Uniforms, Could Probably Still Do More To Distance Themselves From Paterno Era
Time for a makeover in Happy Valley! Because they will probably never be able to do enough to fully disassociate themselves with the Jerry Sandusky scandal, Penn State is giving their football jerseys a face lift. Read more after the jump.
Former Senator George Mitchell Of Baseball’s “Mitchell Report” Will Be Penn State’s Integrity Monitor
The NCAA announced today that former senator George Mitchell, who famously completed the “Mitchell report,” will be Penn State’s integrity monitor over the next five years. The details after the jump.
After the NCAA took away all of Joe Paterno’s victories dating back to 1998, the quarterback who officially last engineered a victory for Penn State was none other than Mike McQueary. Alanis Morissette couldn’t have written a better script. Or maybe she could, read more after the jump.
Today’s NCAA-commissioned deathblow to Penn State football hurts the program’s past (all of their wins going back to 1998 are now off the books) and its present (a $60 million fine). The future wasn’t spared either.