PENN STATE


 Jay Paterno and Bill Kenney were not retained as assistant coaches by Penn State coach Bill O’Brien in January 2012.

Jay Paterno, Bill Kenney sue Penn State for 'improper termination'

In the complaint, they claim the university damaged their reputation through press releases.

2 days ago


 Woodland Hills' Miles Sanders gets into the end zone for a touchdown against Upper St. Clair.

Woodland Hills running back Sanders commits to Penn State

Miles Sanders, who graduates in 2016, is Penn State's first committed recruit for that class.

5 days ago


 Matt Sandusky, the adopted son of former Penn State University assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, during an interview with Oprah Winfrey that aired Thursday.

Jerry Sandusky's adopted son discusses alleged sexual abuse, bedtime 'ritual'

Oprah Winfrey interviewed Matthew Sandusky on her television show about what it was like growing up with his father.

6 days ago


Lineman Dieffenbach still hoping for late-season return

Penn State senior lineman Miles Dieffenbach is rehabbing a torn ACL and hopes to return for the final three or four games of the season.

1 week ago


 About three years ago, Pitt started working with IMG Learfield to generate new ticket sales, which has worked on developing stronger relationships in the Pittsburgh business community. Pitt sold more than 8,000 new football season tickets last season, its first year in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Colleges look outside to boost sports ticket sales

Over the past three years, more than 60 Division I athletic programs have hired consultants to handle a portion of ticket sales.

1 week ago


Pennsylvania court decides not to speed up Penn State lawsuit

Former FBI director Louis Freeh wanted to force Penn State’s onetime president to proceed with a civil claim he initiated last year.

3 weeks ago


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