Joe Paterno’s son, Jay, is out with a biography of his famous father that he says does not ignore the Sandusky scandal, but puts it in perspective.
A judge removed several members of the Penn State community from a lawsuit on Thursday.
The NCAA has released a new handbook addressing sexual assault.
Chris details the end of the Sixers record losing streak, DeSean Jackson being released by the Eagles, and Jay Paterno dropping out of the race for Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor. He talks to President of the Heritage Foundation, Jim Demint, Phillies General Manager Ruben Amaro Jr, as well as, Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup.
Paterno, the son of the late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, says conversation with his lawyers have convinced him that trying to overcome challenges to him nomination petition would be a long process that would distract from the campaign.
Paterno, the son of former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, refused to engage any questions about the Jerry Sandusky scandal that has engulfed the school for over two years and led to his father’s removal from the program.
Chris discusses the latest revelations from Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Dottie Sandusky’s appearance on the Today Show, and a sex tape with Johnny Carson. He talks to Jay Paterno about his run for Lt. Governor, Ashley McGuire from the Catholic Association, and Leo Knepper from the Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania.
The addition of Jack Wagner will swell to eight the ranks of Democrats seeking the nomination for governor of Pennsylvania.
The beat goes on for more than 700 Penn State students grooving at the annual 46-hour dance marathon for charity.
The Penn State community is getting ready for THON weekend, to raise money for pediatric cancer research.
Jay Paterno’s recent statements about his father seem to contradict what he said before the Sandusky scandal.
Jay Paterno insists his father wasn’t aware of Sandusky’s sex abuse.
A Daily News reporter says Jay Paterno will give his father’s eulogy,
Decked out in Penn State hats and jackets, students and townspeople stood in a line more than a quarter-mile long Tuesday to pay their respects to Joe Paterno, the coach who for nearly a half century was the face of their university.
On the first fall Saturday he hasn’t coached football since Harry Truman was president, Joe Paterno was out of sight but not out of the minds of Penn State students and supporters.