With all the vacated Joe Paterno wins, the last time Penn State won a football game, officially, Mike McQueary was the quarterback. Today he's suing the school where he made his name for $4 million- which is probably much much more than the victims of Jerry Sandusky will get. McQueary is seeking whistleblower status and wrongful termination damages. Right now he's unhirable … [Read more...] about Penn St sued for $4 million by Mike McQueary
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Life after sanctions for Penn State, Jordan Hill and company
Defensive tackle Jordan Hill is arguably the best player on the current Penn State team (assuming Silas Redd leaves as he's rumored to be doing so). Hill was at Big Ten Media Day, so I asked him other than wins how does this team heal? "Being together, being through this. Going out and just playing football. You know if we just sat there and gave up, we would regret it for … [Read more...] about Life after sanctions for Penn State, Jordan Hill and company
Penn State lucky to avoid television banishment
For all the talk of the death penalty, and what Penn State got sanctioned with, (and what they didn't get sanctioned with) one penalty would have hit PSU very hard had it been applied- a television ban. Penn St. athletic director David Joyner was at Big Ten Media Day, and he discussed how much tv coverage of the team means to his program: … [Read more...] about Penn State lucky to avoid television banishment
2012 Big Ten Power Rankings: post media day edition
These are highly subject to change. Brady Hoke remarked at Media Day that UM was picked fifth in their division a year ago; and just outside the top 25 in the year they won their last national title- 1997. So maybe these rankings don't really mean all that much? Of course, that won't stop you from reading them and commenting, right? … [Read more...] about 2012 Big Ten Power Rankings: post media day edition
Update: Jerry Sandusky on Suicide Watch; Sanctions possible for PSU?
Update from MSNBC: Karl Rominger said Sandusky was under individual guard at the county jail, known as suicide watch, and was apart from the general prison population, Reuters reported. It was not clear if Sandusky had acted in a way that threatened his own life, or if the move was standard procedure in such a high-profile case. Rominger reiterated that the former … [Read more...] about Update: Jerry Sandusky on Suicide Watch; Sanctions possible for PSU?