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Day: July 1, 2014

University Park Had Most Reported Forcible Sex Offenses Of Major Universities From 2010-12

Data Penn State reported as part of its Clery Act compliance show that University Park saw the most reported alleged sexual offenses from 2010-12 of any American university with more than 1,000 enrolled students, according to the Washington Post.

Maryland, Rutgers Officially Join Big Ten; Penn State In Talks With Terps About Trophy Game

Much to the chagrin of many #B1G traditionalists, Maryland and Rutgers officially made Penn State's conference's name even less accurate by joining the Big Ten today.

Former Safety Mark Rubin Wins Wall Street Decathlon For Third Straight Year

It's safe to say that former Penn State wide receiver/safety Mark Rubin has stayed in good shape since his playing days.

Distraction of the Day: Penn State, Circa 1950’s

I'm a nerd for Penn State history, but you'll still find this video cool as hell even if you don't know what Old Willow is.

Superior Court Turns Down Appeal Of Stay in Freeh v. Spanier

A Superior Court turned down Louis Freeh's request that the stay in Graham Spanier's lawsuit against him be lifted Monday, saying that it did not jurisdiction to reverse the stay ruling of the Centre County judge who made it.

Jerry Sandusky Pursuing Final Legal Option To Overturn Conviction

Jerry Sandusky is pursuing one final legal option to overturn his conviction, according to his attorney.

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