As training camp nears, as well as his second season on the sidelines, coach Bill O’Brien believes Penn State is headed in the right direction amid NCAA-imposed sanctions.
The NCAA wasted no time in challenging a new Pennsylvania law designed to keep the $60 million Penn State fine over the Jerry Sandusky scandal in the state, filing a federal challenge to the legislation hours after Gov. Tom Corbett signed it into law Wednesday.
A bill designed to ensure that $60 million in NCAA fines levied against Penn State stay in Pennsylvania is on its way to Gov. Tom Corbett.
The NCAA said Thursday it wants a judge to throw out the federal antitrust lawsuit the governor filed against it over Penn State’s $60 million fine and other penalties resulting from the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal.
Penn State lawyers are asking a judge to throw out a defamation lawsuit from Mike McQueary.
A backup linebacker who didn’t play in 2012 after becoming the first signee with Penn State since the NCAA announced sanctions has left the Nittany Lions.
The shriek of the final whistle in Penn State’s loss to Ohio University represented a milestone for the university as it struggles to move past the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal that has damaged it immeasurably over the past 10 months.
The Penn State Board of Trustees held a conference call on Sunday evening to talk about the tough sanctions imposed on the school and football program after the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal.
Penn State is hoping to settle the lawsuits that have been filed in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse investigation, according to university president Rodney Erickson.
Gov. Tom Corbett says he wants assurances that Penn State won’t spend any tax dollars on the $60 million fine levied by the NCAA.