The family of the late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno and others suing the NCAA say a judge shouldn’t throw out their claims against college sports’ governing body.
The Ivy League university announced Friday that an independent board that oversees the hall has voted not to remove the late Penn State football coach, who graduated from Brown in 1950.
Nick Wright and John Lopez cover the Penn State Press Conference and discuss the sanctions given by the NCAA.
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One of the NCAA’s sanctions against Penn State Monday morning included the school vacating all wins from 1998-2011.
Ten months ago, when winds of the Jerry Sandusky horror blew through America, bringing with it and leaving behind horror, deception, and denial, many partisan parties scrambled to defend their own.
Penn State officials elected to take down the Joe Paterno Statue outside of Beaver Stadium Sunday morning, but another bombshell could come on Monday.
Nick Wright and John Lopez talk Joe Posnanski and Jeremy Lin with the Rockets.
Nick Wright and John Lopez talk Joe Paterno’s legacy, Jeremy Lin and college football.