The Latest: Abuse Victim Says Paterno Rebuffed ComplaintA man who claims Jerry Sandusky sexually abused him in 1976 says in newly unsealed court documents that he told Penn State football Coach Joe Paterno about the incident the very next day, and Paterno responded callously.
Judge Dismisses Paterno Son's Lawsuit Against Penn StateA federal lawsuit filed against Penn State by a son of late football coach Joe Paterno has been dismissed, but the judge left open the possibility for state claims to be refiled.
Penn St. Gets Wins Restored, Paterno Again Winningest CoachPenn State's football team is getting back 112 wins wiped out during the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal and the late Joe Paterno has been restored as the winningest coach in major college football history.
Passionate, Proud Franklin Takes Over Penn State James Franklin grew up in the Philadelphia suburbs, a strong-willed if not exactly strong-armed high school quarterback who believed he was good enough to play at Penn State.
Lawyer: NCAA Actions Affected Entire PSU Community From former players to faculty members, a mini-cross section of the Penn State community has partnered with the late head coach Joe Paterno's family in suing the NCAA to overturn the landmark sanctions against the school for the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.
Family Commissions Own Report On Paterno's Involvement In Sandusky Scandal An executive summary of the critique released Sunday said the "observations" of Paterno by Freeh in July were unfounded
Sports Year: Sad Sagas The Story Of 2012Again and again, it seemed, the sports world in 2012 saw the end of long tales with tragic or, at best, bittersweet endings.
Joe Paterno, Marvin Miller Mark 2012 Sports DeathsJoe Paterno and Marvin Miller, a couple of New Yorkers, were bookends to the year's losses in sports - the football coach dying at 85 in January, the union leader at 95 a few days shy of December.
Penn State Voted AP Sports Story Of Year AgainThe Penn State child sex abuse scandal was selected as the sports story of the year by U.S. editors and news directors in an annual vote conducted by The Associated Press.
Paterno's Name Keeps Getting Erased Ever since it became public knowledge in November that Joe Paterno didn't do everything he could to stop former assistant Jerry Sandusky from sexually abusing boys at Penn State football facilities, organizations have been rethinking the honors given the longtime Nittany Lions coach.
Keidel: Penn State's PerilIt's with some, solemn pride that I say that I've been a de facto voice of the Joe Paterno opposition.
CBS Pittsburgh: NCAA To Announce ‘Unprecedented’ Penalties Against PSUenn State officials elected to take down the Joe Paterno Statue outside of Beaver Stadium Sunday morning, but another bombshell could come on Monday.