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Day: September 17, 2012

Gary Schultz Files to Have a Separate Trial

This winter may feature not one, but two trials involving former Penn State officials.

On Monday afternoon, the attorney for former vice-president Gary Schultz motioned to have his client's trial severed from Tim Curley. A court spokeswoman that a similar motion is expected to be filed by Curley.

Mauti, Barnes Earn Player of the Week Honors

Two members of the Penn State front seven were honored by the Big Ten for their efforts in the Nittany Lions' 34-7 shellacking of Navy on Saturday. Senior linebacker Michael Mauti was named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week after registering 12 tackles (7 solo) and 2 tackles for loss, and Deion Barnes, a Philadelphia native, was named co-Freshman of the Week, sharing the honor with Indiana quarterback Nate Sudfeld.

Jerry Sandusky to be Sentenced on October 9th

In exactly three weeks, on October 9th, Jerry Sandusky will be sentenced at the Centre County Courthouse in Bellefonte. He was would guilty on 45 of 48 charges on June 22nd, and faces up to 442 years in prison.

[Video] Coach O’Brien Postgame Speech vs Navy


Weekend Sports Round-Up

Penn State Athletics had a lot to be proud of this weekend, with victories in Football, Field Hockey, Soccer, and Volleyball. In case you missed any events, here's sports roundup from the last few days.

Game Day Observations: Navy

Penn State's first win of the season -- and in the eyes of the NCAA tyrants, the last 14 years -- provided for a great game day environment, and one that was therapeutic coming off a rough 0-2 start. We'll get right into the observations.

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