Athletic Director Sandy Barbour apologized for bashing the hockey team's 409 stickers on a radio show tonight, saying she just wanted Penn State to make sure it "got it right."
Following athletic director Sandy Barbour's apology about the "409" stickers the hockey team chose to wear on its helmets during a game against Michigan State, calling the gesture "inappropriate and insensitive," head coach Guy Gadowsky joined Mike Hogan and Dave Feschuk on TSN Radio in Toronto for an awkward interview concerning the program's decision to honor the achievements of the late Joe Paterno.
The hockey team will wear jerseys that say THON on the back and hold a teddy bear toss to benefit Four Diamonds Families.
It's been a sad time for basketball in Happy Valley. One day after the men's team dropped a crushing overtime loss to Purdue, the Lady Lions followed it up with their eighth straight loss of the season, 69-60, on the road against Ohio State.
Last week, we asked you for your best terrible roommate stories, and we were not disappointed. So let us all join together and pity these unlucky Penn Staters, while we reflect on our own experiences and remind ourselves that it could have been worse... a lot worse.
Board of Trustees Chairman Keith Masser still does not think Joe Paterno was fired, according to his deposition that was released today in the Corman lawsuit. Masser also said that the reason Paterno was fired "had nothing to do" with what he "had known or hadn't done," which contradicts an official Penn State release explaining the termination.
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