In most cases, the more we learn about something, the clearer we are. Not with Penn State, where this sickening spool unravels, revealing more lies and subterfuge.
I usually enjoy following a story that has legs like Watergate, Rex Ryan’s babbling or even the O.J. trial. But the creepiness of the PSU underage sex scandal has driven me to say, “Enough already!”
“Absolutely not,” State College borough police Chief Tom King told WCAU-TV. “We don’t have any records of him coming to us.”
B&C Morning Show: Franco Harris Takes A Drive, Joe Paterno Sells His House, Mike McQueary’s New Claims
In what unfortunately has become a daily occurrence on the show, Boomer & Craig spent a few minutes talking about the latest developments in the ongoing, unsettling Penn State scandal.
The man who provided crucial testimony in the sex abuse case against former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky has broken his silence.
Mike McQueary’s comments, in an email made available to The Associated Press on Tuesday, appeared to add more confusion to a scandal that has enveloped the university and resulted in the firing of head coach Joe Paterno.
The Penn State football coach who told a grand jury that he saw another coach molest a child failed to meet “a moral obligation” to intervene, Pennsylvania’s governor said Sunday
How do we go from the dark dungeon of Penn State to the bright lights of gameday? Are we wrong for trying? Maybe this weekend will take our minds back to basics, to the joy of football.
CBS 2 has learned assistant coach Mike McQueary, the former graduate assistant at the center of the Penn State child sex abuse scandal, will not be coaching the Nittany Lions on Saturday against visiting Nebraska.
Kim Jones joined Mike Francesa on Thursday to discuss a number of Penn State issues following the firing of Joe Paterno and Graham Spanier.
Joe Paterno was fired by the school’s board of trustees amid the growing furor over how the school handled child sex abuse allegations against former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky.
Joe Paterno, despite all the good he has done over decades as the honorable face of college athletics, did not belong on the sidelines anymore. The distraction of having him in the building would have been too much.
A person familiar with the decision says Penn State football coach Joe Paterno has decided to retire at the end of the season.
Mike Francesa delivered a sharp criticism of Joe Paterno to open his Wednesday show. He was later joined by Kim Jones who shared the latest developments from College Station.
Kim Jones joined Mike Francesa on Tuesday afternoon to provide insight on the latest developments regarding the Penn State scandal and future of Joe Paterno.