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Day: January 12, 2015

Report: NCAA In Talks to Restore Paterno Victories

The controversial NCAA sanctions against Penn State, at long last, could soon be eliminated entirely. According to a Philadelphia Inquirer report, which sources people familiar with the discussions, the NCAA, state officials, and Penn State are in discussion for a plea bargain of sorts that would result in Joe Paterno's 111 vacated wins being restored to the record books.

Penn State Extends Settlement Proposal to NCAA, Trustees Left in the Dark

Penn State Trustees Anthony Lubrano and Al Lord are seeking information from Chairman Keith Masser about a settlement proposal that Penn State has made to the NCAA in Senator Jake Corman's lawsuit.

Guard John Johnson Suspended For Violation of Team Values

Coming off one of his best games of the season, guard John Johnson was suspended indefinitely from the basketball team today for "conduct inconsistent with team standards and values," according to a release. During the suspension, Johnson won't participate in any team activities.

State of State Reveals First Round of Speakers

This morning, State of State announced the first round of speakers for the 2015 conference on its Facebook page, and if these first eight speakers are any indication, this year's conference will be just as engaging as the last. Here are this year's speakers.

Our 2014 Bold Predictions Were So, So Incorrect

Dear hindsight, I hate you. If I've learned anything so far in the year 2015, it's the fact that the states of Michigan and Ohio do not shovel their interstates adequately, and that I am the world's worst fortune teller. Let's take a look at the bold, but foolish predictions we made last year.

Send Us Your Weird Roommate Horror Stories

Did you have a weird freshman year roommate? Are the people you live with now totally nuts? We want to know about it. Submit your stories here!

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