Last week, the Penn State Nittany Lions played their first game after the biggest story is sports history unfolded on their campus. It led to their first Big Ten loss of the season. This week they'll take to the road for the first time in the wake of the PSU pedophilia scandal, and face the team they knocked off the front page of the college football scandal sheet- the Ohio … [Read more...] about #21 Penn State vs. Ohio State: Brutally Honest Game Preview
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Given what went on this past week in State College, many people worried about what might happen today in Penn State versus Nebraska. Some thought the game shouldn't even be played; out of both respect to Jerry Sandusky's victims and fear of public safety. There was a bomb threat; but luckily nothing was found and there have been no major injuries reported. Thus far, no other … [Read more...] about Penn State Loses First Game of Post-Paterno Era 17-14
Penn State news that actually focuses on college football? Hhmm, yeah, we'll try. It's hard to think about football when you have a campus in mutiny due to the firing of one of the game's biggest icons. And that firing was justified because of the university's looking the other way while a defensive coordinator raped children. It's also harder to preview this game when … [Read more...] about #12 Penn State Nittany Lions #19 Nebraska Cornhuskers: Brutally Honest Game Preview
Heads are rolling at Penn State. Joe Paterno is obviously the most marquee name, as his dismissal caused demonstrating and rioting. The Athletic Director, V.P. of Finance and University President are gone too. Yet Mike McQueary, the current wide receivers coach and then graduate assistant who actually witnessed one of the alleged anal rapes, is allowed to stay? (BREAKING … [Read more...] about Penn State Places Coach Mike McQueary on Administrative Leave
Last night, as the Penn State board of trustees met to discuss the firing of Joe Paterno, and a press conference with a trustee was broadcast live, ESPN and CNN covered the event. When PSU students took the streets and some even flipped over a television news van, both cable networks had cameras rolling and talking heads squawking. At the same time, Chicago-based BTN, which … [Read more...] about Why Isn’t the Big Ten Network Covering the Penn State Situation?