Day: September 4, 2014

Alleged Victim Files Lawsuit Against Penn State, Sandusky and Second Mile

An attorney representing a man who says he was a victim of child sexual abuse at the hands of former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky has filed a lawsuit against Penn State, Sandusky and his charity, Second Mile.

Bobby Bowden: Give Paterno His Wins Back

Sen. George Mitchell’s report, which could include some relief for Penn State from the NCAA sanctions, is due out in the coming days. For now, though, the second winning coach in college football history — or winningest, if you put any weight into NCAA statistics — Bobby Bowden came out in favor of giving back Joe Paterno his 111 victories back in the official record.

Blue Band Announces Tailgreat Replacement

The Penn State Blue Band will have a slightly different gameday routine in 2014. After the athletic department clandestinely canceled the band’s Tailgreat pregame show at the Bryce Jordan Center two weeks ago, the band announced what it will do in its stead.

Found At The State College Goodwill

The State College Goodwill houses some of the most important treasures in town. Check out our finds here.

[Photos] Lunar Lion Debuts New Mission Headquarters

The Lunar Lion, Penn State’s mission to the moon, unveiled its new mission headquarters yesterday with a ceremonial cut of the ribbon by university president Eric Barron.

Prop Bets for Penn State Football’s Home Opener

It’s the first game of the year in Beaver Stadium on Saturday. Here’s our prop bets.

Bengals Offer Helping Hand As Devon Still’s Daughter Battles Cancer

For the last two years, former Nittany Lion standout Devon Still’s focus has been proving he was worth the high draft pick that the Cincinnati Bengals spent on him and translating his college success to the professional level. But as of June 2, football has taken a back seat in Still’s life. On that day, just three months ago, his daughter Leah was diagnosed with stage-4 neuroblastoma, a rare and serious pediatric cancer.

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