Check out five of the top NFL and NCAA football headlines from Saturday night and Sunday morning. Jerry Sandusky Scandal Has Cost Penn State at Least $237 Million ESPN.com shared the following from the Associated Press: "Penn State's...Show More Summary
The Penn State football program is back on the rise, but the university continues to feel the sting of the Jerry Sandusky scandal, as it has reportedly cost the school at least $237 million over the past five years. Sandusky, 72—formerly...Show More Summary
Penn State’s costs related to the Jerry Sandusky scandal are approaching a quarter-billion dollars and growing.
It’s safe to say that, even with all the Alabama and Ohio State bashing going on year after year, Penn State is still the most hated team in college football. The coach and players from the decades-long underage sex scandal might be gone, but that doesn’t wipe away the memory of one of the most […]
Former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky was sentenced in 2012 to a maximum of 60 years behind bars for sexually abusing 10 boys.
Penn State chose not to stand by whistleblower Mike McQueary when he brought forward allegations of child sex abuse and later served as a witness in the case against Jerry Sandusky and the university. Now, the school is paying the price. Read more...
A Pennsylvania judge on Wednesday awarded $5 million to a former Penn State University assistant football coach who implicated Jerry Sandusky in the sexual assault of young boys, bringing to more than $12 million the amount owed to the former assistant. Judge Thomas Gavin of Centre County,...
The judge who for four years has presided over Jerry Sandusky’s case — through trial, sentencing and the still pending appeals — withdrew from the case Friday with a withering opinion in which he accused the former football coach’s lawyers of ethical violations and launching baseless...
A Pennsylvania judge recused himself Friday from hearing the appeal of convicted child sex abuse offender Jerry Sandusky, after the judge said the questioning of his impartiality by defense attorneys has cast a cloud over the proceedings.
The judge who has presided over Jerry Sandusky's criminal case for five years issued a sternly worded order on Friday removing himself from the former Penn State assistant coach's appeal. … Click to Continue »
A 29-year-old man told a Pennsylvania court on Friday that Jerry Sandusky molested him as a boy in 2001, even though he admitted he had denied that the former Penn State football coach abused him during the investigation of the scandal. The surprise testimony by Allan Myers came during a hearing...
The Department of Education says the school ignored many of its duties under the Clery Act.
NEW YORK, Nov 3 - Penn State University is facing a $2.4 million fine for mishandling child sexual abuse complaints against convicted former football coach Jerry Sandusky, the U.S. Department of Education said on Thursday. The department...Show More Summary
[Content Note: Sexual abuse; description of assault.]The five-year federal investigation into Penn State's (mis)handling of allegations against Jerry Sandusky has resulted in a record $2.4 million fine for the university, with the Department...Show More Summary
The U.S. Department of Education levied a $2.4 million fine to Penn State University on Thursday under the Clery Act for its handling of on-campus criminal activity, specifically regarding former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky. Charles Thompson of PennLive.com reported the fine is the largest in history levied under the Clery Act. Show More Summary
The U.S. Department of Education announced Thursday the conclusion of its investigation into the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal. Upon review, the department found 11 instances in which the university violated the Clery Act. Read more...
Penn State University was hit with a $2.4 million fine on Thursday by the U.S. Department of Education for its mishandling of child molestation complaints against convicted former football coach Jerry Sandusky. The department issued the penalty alongside a scathing 239-page report that capped a...
The U.S. Department of Education is hitting Penn State with a record $2.4 million fine.
Mike McQueary testified in the defamation case that he had reported seeing another former coach, Jerry Sandusky, abusing a boy. McQueary says he was fired in retaliation for helping investigators.
Mike McQueary sued the school in a whistleblower case over the Jerry Sandusky scandal.