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One Penn State alumna isn't happy that her degree was signed by then-President Graham Spanier. Alexa Keeley, a current ESPN content editor who has worked for the "Worldwide Leader in Sports" since 2010, started a petition on Change.org out of her disgust at needing to pay $40 for a diploma without Spanier's name on it.
Keith Olbermann called out my story on his show last night for being insensitive to victims. Here's why he's wrong.
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.
While many Penn Staters around the world celebrate the restoration of Joe Paterno’s 111 wins on Friday, all of Pennsylvania should be rejoicing that resources for victims of sexual abuse in the state are about to improve greatly.
The NCAA officially repealed the crippling sanctions against Penn State, restored the wins, and kept the $60 million fine within Pennsylvania state lines. How did we get here?
Former Florida State head coach Bobby Bowden doesn't mind giving up his "official" title as the winningest D-1 college football coach of all time. In fact, he has even welcomed it. Bowden, now officially second on the all-time list with 377 wins, told the Associated Press that he is "OK" with the distinction.
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