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Day: January 17, 2013

Bill O’Brien Wins Bear Bryant Coach of the Year

Bill O'Brien is adding another award to his trophy case, this time the Bear Bryant Coach of the Year Award which he won tonight in Houston, Texas.

NCAA Agrees to Injunction on PSU Fine Money

State Senator Jake Corman announced today that the NCAA has agreed to not disperse any of the $12 million already paid by Penn State as part of the NCAA sanctions. Corman is suing the NCAA to keep all of the fine money inside Pennsylvania, which is entirely separate from Governor Corbett's lawsuit to just throwout the sanctions.

Bon Jovi Coming Back to the Bryce Jordan Center

Today, Bon Jovi announced the State College stop as part of its "Because We Can" tour, a slew of shows spanning three continents in anticipation of the release of its new album "What About Now."

Pacino, De Palma to Collaborate on Paterno Movie

As Deadline reported back in September, Al Pacino will play Joe Paterno in a movie surrounding the former Penn State football coach. Now, Deadline is also reporting that the movie will be directed by Brian De Palma, a director who has been in the business for over 40 years.

Board of Arbitration Finds UPUA Chair in Violation of Budgetary Policy

In what has become the UPUA controversy of this semester, the Board of Arbitration has ruled that John Zang followed UPUA policies when purchasing the iPads.

UPUA Returns to Normal after iPad Scandal

In a way that can only be described as poetic, UPUA leaders pushed aside the heated emotions surrounding the iScandal and came together to represent their constituents and pass some legislature during last nights UPUA meeting.

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