Attorneys for the NCAA, state Sen. Jake Corman and Pennsylvania Treasurer Rob McCord appeared before the panel today.
Offensive lineman Mike Grimm is the third player to make a verbal commitment to Pitt in the past two days.
Penn State's former vice president and former athletic director are facing a second loss in state appeals court.
Penn State basketball lost another transfer Tuesday while two WPIAL girls soccer standouts made their college choices.
About 325 former players and coaches signed a statement supporting the lawsuit filed by the family of former coach Joe Paterno.
The Panthers went 1-1 on the recruiting front Sunday, adding a Rutgers basketball transfer and losing a former football commit.
The sneaker magnate from Trafford takes up cause of amateur players with a court case that could cause a seismic shift to collegiate sports.
The issues college athletics dealt with decades ago, such as scholarships and stipends, are some of the same problems that remain now.
Despite controversies, and calls for change going back to 1923, chances of reforming the tough-to-beat NCAA seem distant.
Sen. Jake Corman and Treasurer Rob McCord asked for court mediation to resolve a dispute over the $60 million NCAA fine of Penn State.
Release of Penn State's football depth chart prompts thoughts of fall.
Vanderbilt turns down former Beaver Falls High School basketball player Sheldon Jeter's appeal for transfer to Pitt.
Former Vanderbilt basketball player Sheldon Jeter said today his appeal to Vanderbilt officials to be released to Pitt has been denied.
PSU says it is caught in middle of dispute between NCAA and state officials who want the money to remain in Pennsylvania.
Police said the two, who were caught with drug paraphernalia in April, failed to appear in court for their preliminary hearings today.
Hot topics in this week's chat: Penguins post-mortem, Cole's Pirates debut and Pitt re-ups Pederson.
Panthers athletic director Steve Pederson was given a five-year contract extension.
Steve Pederson is in his second stint as athletic director at Pitt after serving in the same capacity at the University of Nebraska.
Penn State turfgrass alumni are having big impact at this year's golf majors.
Michael O'Connor from Bradenton Academy in Florida is a consensus top-200 player.
Penn State's former vice president and its former athletic director had sought to have their charges thrown out.
U.S. Middle District Judge Yvette Kane called Gov. Tom Corbett's argument "a Hail Mary pass." Mr. Corbett said he was "disappointed."
The independent Quinnipiac University poll indicates 42 percent believe the sanctions in the Sandusky scandal hurt PSU a great deal.
Looking for answers to brain-related injuries in football, a new study promotes ideas that differ from many others in the medical community.
Penn State's board of trustees hopes the NCAA will reconsider its sanctions against the university in wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
The game will be part of a double header at New York's Madison Square Garden.
The ACC has announced the rotating Atlantic Division football opponents schedule for the Panthers for the next 11 seasons.
Penn State will host Rutgers, Indiana, Illinois and Michigan, according to the conference schedule released today.
Maverick Rowan, a 6-foot-6 shooting guard at Lincoln Park in the WPIAL, has made a verbal commitment to Pitt.
DeAndre Kane won't be transferring to Pitt after all, committing to finish his college career as a Cyclone.
Penn State coaches such as Bill O'Brien and Patrick Chambers have built friendships in the same profession.
The complaint accuses the NCAA of intentionally defaming and commercially disparaging the Paterno name.
The family's lawyer discussed the lawsuit on the "Costas Tonight" show on NBC Sports Network.
Panthers' school-record of 42 wins not good enough.
The Panthers must wait until Monday to see if they will receive an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament.
The Pitt baseball team topped Seton Hall in thrilling fashion to advance to the semifinals of the Big East championships.
The Panthers fell to the Irish, 5-3, in the second round of the conference playoffs; former PSU QB Bench transfers to South Florida.
The game at Heinz Field will kick off at 12:30 p.m. and be broadcast on the ACC Network.
Billy Stanley won a PIAA championship last year in the javelin throw -- this year he is the Big Ten champ at Ohio State.
Pitt (41-15) defeated St. John's, 10-2, in the first round of the baseball championship in Florida.
A team of 12 players will be chosen from the 24 invited to a June training camp in Colorado Springs.
Pitt baseball coach Joe Jordano and eight players take home top honors in the conference; Penn State men's basketball loses an assistant.
The Panthers' NCAA tournament invitation could hinge on their showing in the Big East tournament, starting today.
Former Beaver Falls star Sheldon Jeter won't be allowed to transfer to Pitt if Commodores coach Kevin Stallings has his way.
The latest bill from Penn State shows the costs connected to the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal topping $44.4 million.
The Beaver Falls High graduate played his freshman season at Vanderbilt but said Friday that he was transfering to a school closer to home
Pitt will play two of Houston, Stanford and Texas Tech in the 2013 Legends Classic set for Nov. 25 and 26 at the Barclays Center.
University's growth has paralleled basketball program's success.
Until 2011, athletic scholarships had to be renewed annually. NCAA schools now can offer four-year deals but few schools do so.
Among Pitt leaders and key employees included in this year's filing, four of the five highest paid were in athletics.
Despite loss of up to five players on last season's rosters, Pitt's coach is excited about the talent he is bringing in.
Trip to Haiti and dealing with malnourished, impoverished children makes major impact on 16 Panthersathletes.
With a passion for football and family, John H. Stafford lives on through a local academic scholarship to Notre Dame that bears his name.
The Atlantic Coast Conferences spring meetings ended amid a positive atmosphere, but with a lack of tangible results.
Freshman quarterback Chavas Rawlins will leave West Virginia.
Penn State will kick off conference play at new conference member Rutgers on Sept. 13.
ACC commissioner John Swofford said league brass discussed the conference's bowl bids to locations for the conference basketball tournament.
O'Brien fights back after magazine article criticizes Penn State's new football medical team.
Tarran Senay is having an excellent senior season helping the North Carolina State baseball team to a top 10 national ranking.
Pitt athletic director Steve Pederson said he "hasn't heard any discussion" about moving to nine conference games.
Pitt still has some work to do in order to secure the school's first NCAA tournament berth since 1995.
Bill O'Brien was not "yell at Tom Brady for 30 seconds angry," but "this is personal, Godfather, Scarface etc. angry."
The magazine reports that current and former players have questioned recent changes in doctors and the motives for those changes.
The ACC is unlikely to switch its men's basketball tournament from its North Carolina roots to New York.
ACC athletic directors, including Pitt's Steve Pederson, and coaches gather in Florida for their annual meetings.
Redshirt freshmen twins Chris and Demitrious Davis have elected to transfer.
Robert Morris golfer wins award that recognizes success in golf and in his constant battle with Tourette's syndrome.
The Panthers haven't strayed from their preseason mission of making the College World Series.
Former players for Pitt and Duquesne will join the Thiel football staff for the upcoming season.
Penn State coach Bill O'Brien is counting on his two potential quarterbacks to work hard this summer in an attempt to win the starting job.
The conference, which includes Duquesne, will have 14 teams again in the 2014-15 season.
In-state rivals will meet in December in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Petersen Events Center.
An undisclosed deal is reached between a former subcontractor and laid-off Indonesian workers for severance pay involving a factory closure.
Pitt will play Penn State for the first time since 2005 in the Big Ten/ACC challenge.
Davidson College of North Carolina will make the A-10 a 14-team conference in 2014-15.
The Dukes have added two more recruits to the class of 2013-14 which brings the total number of incoming players for next season to seven.
As is customary, the ACC champion -- if not selected for the BCS National Championship Game -- will play in the Orange Bowl.
Graduating Colonials point guard Velton Jones lived up to his promise at Robert Morris, and he has his name in the record books to prove it.
Robert Morris recognizes Andy Toole's success, extends his contract through 2017-18 season.
Barry "Slice" Rohrssen was a member of Pitt's staff from 2001-06, serving under Dixon and Ben Howland.
Andy Toole has gone from an obscure assistant coach to a known -- and wanted -- commodity.
Former Peters Township player Devin Young grows into star role at BYU, which meets Penn State in the NCAA semifinals.
Clint Trickett, who is transferring from FSU, spent most of his college career backing up two first round draft picks.
Paul Chryst booted two players off the Pitt football team after they were caught in a South Oakland drug raid last week.
With Steven Bench's transfer, the race for the starting job at Penn State is down to Tyler Ferguson and Christian Hackenberg.
Tight end Drew Carswell and defensive back Eric Williams face charges stemming from a police raid last week.
For the first time since Penn State quarterback Steven Bench's transfer last week, coach Bill O'Brien publicly discussed the situation.
Search for a new women's basketball coach started and ended with Dan Burt, an assistant under Suzie McConnell-Serio for the past six years.
According to a national report, the Panthers have lost another contributor to a transfer in senior-to-be J.J. Moore.
Everything seems to be going right for the Panthers, including their on-field success and upcoming move to the Atlantic Coast Conference.
No Panthers selected, but California, Pa., lineman Eric Kush was picked by Kansas City and Penn State's Michael Mauti by Minnesota.
Former Duquesne assistant Dan Burt has been named the Dukes' new women's basketball coach.
Gerald Hodges, a 6-foot-1, 243-pounder, became the second Penn State player selected in this year's draft.
Burt will take over for Suzie McConnell-Serio, who left to take the Pitt head coaching job earlier this month.
Geno Smith taken in second round.
Hill, a 6-foot-1, 303-pounder, had 4 ?? sacks for the Lions last season.
Mountaineers wide receiver Stedman Bailey was selected by the Rams in the third round.
Police raided the players' South Oakland home with a SWAT team early Friday morning and charged them with possession of drug paraphernalia.
It was a great night for receiver Tavon Austin, but not so good for former Mountaineer teammate Geno Smith, who was not selected.
Pitt football coach Paul Chryst hopes leaders will emerge during the team's summer workouts.