Former Penn State assistant football coach Mike McQueary is once again at the center of controversy over something that happened years ago. McQueary is best known as the whistleblower in the Jerry Sandusky case that cast a shadow over the Penn State football program and took down its legendary coach Joe Paterno. Show More Summary
ESPN The Magazine has a big profile on Mike McQueary, the former Penn State assistant coach who testified to seeing Jerry Sandusky sexually assault a young boy in the shower in 2001. The biggest revelation to come out of the story is...Show More Summary
Mike McQueary, the former Penn State player and assistant coach who saw Jerry Sandusky sexually abusing a child in the shower, may have been abused as a child and gambled on his own team while he was a backup quarterback under the late Joe Paterno. Show More Summary
Summary: Score one for The New Republic, for a piece on Penn State hiring the Edelman PR firm during the miasma of the Jerry Sandusky child abuse scandal. Richard Edelman evidently reached out to a friend, Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, seniorShow More Summary
The Penn State Nittany Lions have their new head man in James Franklin and expectations will be high in Happy Valley. However, as the storied program begins the next step of its revival in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal, PSUShow More Summary
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - Eric Barron, a former dean at Penn State and president of Florida State University, was named president of the Pennsylvania university still reeling from the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.
The National Review, the conservative journal founded by William F. Buckley, faces a libel suit from climate scientist and Penn State faculty member Michael Mann for comparing Mann to convicted sex offender Jerry Sandusky. Mann could be said to be the Jerry Sandusky of political science, except that instead of molesting children he has molested and [...]
A libel lawsuit brought by climate scientist Michael Mann against a conservative magazine and group will proceed, a judge ruled last week.
In 2012—after writers for the National Review and a prominent conservative think tank accused him of fraud and compared him to serial child molester Jerry Sandusky—climate scientist Michael Mann took the bold step of filing a defamation suit. Show More Summary
This doc about the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse case paints college football fans as monsters.
It was appalling to find out that there were people who turned a blind eye to Jerry Sandusky’s molestation of kids at Penn State. Unfortunately, it goes even deeper than that because some members of Sandusky’s family are STILL making...Show More Summary
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Jerry Sandusky’s adopted son Matt appears in the new documentary Happy Valley about the scandal that landed his father in jail for 30-60 years on 45 counts of child sexual… READ ON
Penn State coach and convicted child abuser Jerry Sandusky is upset over the fact that his $5,000 a month pension has been cut-off. So much so that he is trying to win it back by suing the state. A hearing took place on Tuesday, in which Sandusky maintained his innocence, testifying that he was accused... Show More Summary
Vanderbilt Coach James Franklin is expected to accept an offer to become the next coach at Penn State, according to multiple reports. Bill O’Brien, who led the program for two seasons after the Jerry Sandusky scandal, left last week to become head coach of the Houston Texans. Although Franklin, a former assistant at Maryland, was […]
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Jerry Sandusky may have to wait months to find out if the state retirement system will reverse its decision to cancel his Penn State pension because of his child molestation conviction.
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - Ex-Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky testified by remote video at a hearing on Tuesday on whether his pension should be restored despite his 45 child sex abuse convictions.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Jerry Sandusky described his career and retirement from Penn State by video link Tuesday as testimony began in a hearing into whether he can get back the retirement benefits he lost after being convicted of child molestation.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Jerry Sandusky is participating by video link as he tries to get back the retirement benefits he lost after he was convicted of child molestation.
(HARRISBURG, Pa.) — Jerry Sandusky’s campaign from behind bars to have his Penn State pension restored will go before a hearing examiner in Harrisburg this week, more than a year after his child molestation conviction led the state pension agency to revoke it. Show More Summary