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Day: November 5, 2014

Supreme Court Forces NCAA To Trial Over Sanctions

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has denied an NCAA request that would cancel a January trial on the legality of the sanctions. The NCAA filed an application for a writ of prohibition last month, but the state's highest court turned that down today according to AP's Mark Scolforo.

Commonwealth Judge Blasts NCAA’s Court Filings

Commonwealth Court Judge Anne Covey issued a memorandum ruling on Friday blasting the NCAA for its numerous court filings in its various lawsuits, calling its efforts to get just the right rulings "deplorable," according to the Centre Daily Times. Covey also called out the NCAA for claiming that they own the $60 million fine money from their sanctions on Penn State, although the university has denied so in one of its filings.

Student Biker Struck by Car While Traveling to Class

A Penn State student was riding his bike on South Allen Street heading towards campus yesterday at around 4:30 p.m. when a car making a left turn onto Beaver Avenue failed to yield to oncoming traffic and struck him.

Blue Band To Perform Annual Bandorama Concert on November 14

The Blue Band will play halftime favorites including pop songs like “Happy” by Pharrell Williams and patriotic tunes like “76 Trombones” by Meredith Wilson.

SPA LateNight To Host Comedians of MTV’s Girl Code and Guy Code

Three comedians from MTV's hit shows Girl Code and Guy Code will perform in Alumni Hall on Saturday, November 15 at 10 p.m. as a part of SPA LateNight.

Penn State Student Section Ranked No. 1 By NCAA

Ohio State coach Urban Meyer called it a "top three atmosphere" in college football, but Penn State's student section was recently given the outright title.

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