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  • NCAA loses bid to toss Pa. law over $60 million Penn State fine

    NCAA loses bid to toss Pa. law over $60 million Penn State fine
    HARRISBURG — A federal judge on Tuesday declined to throw out a state law that requires the $60 million fine Penn State has been paying over the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal be spent to address child abuse within the state. U.S. Middle...
  • OSU wins national title

    OSU wins national title
    WATCH: Buckeyes win ... Fans took to the streets after Ohio State's football championship victory early Tuesday, yelling and screaming in delight, setting nearly 90 fires and in the case of a few, tearing down an Ohio Stadium goal post. A few injuries...
  • NCAA said to reconsider sanctions against Paterno, Penn State

    NCAA said to reconsider sanctions against Paterno, Penn State
    The NCAA, state officials and Pennsylvania State University are in talks to reconsider the historic punishment on the school in the wake of the Sandusky sex abuse scandal, a step that could include restoring 111 wins stripped from coach Joe Paterno's...
  • Former Penn State running back Zach Zwinak to speak in Allentown

    Zach Zwinak, the Penn State running back whose career ended because of an injury, will speak Thursday night in Allentown. Zwinak will appear at this year's 'Football 101' program, sponsored by the Lehigh Valley Chapter of the Penn State Alumni...
  • Penn State insists Paterno, Kenney were not defamed by handling of Sandusky scandal

    Penn State insists Paterno, Kenney were not defamed by handling of Sandusky scandal
    Penn State responded to Jay Paterno and Bill Kenney in federal court this week, insisting that the two former assistant football coaches received every penny they were promised and were not defamed in their release from the Nittany Lions football...
  • Moran: 10 years after Genessee Theatre show, we reconsider Bill Cosby

    Ten years ago this week, a living American icon walked onstage at the refurbished Genesee Theatre to deafening, sustained applause. The moment wasn’t lost on the Emmy and Grammy award-winning comedian, who paid homage to the building’s...
  • Lehighton native Dave Warner has unique perspective on Ohio State-Oregon football championship game

    How different might things be, Dave Warner wonders, had Michigan State scored a late first-half touchdown, one that would've given the Spartans a two-touchdown cushion against Ohio State in their Big Ten Conference showdown on Nov. 8 in East Lansing....
  • For Penn State football team, 'the sanctions era is definitely over'

    Before lifting the George Steinbrenner Trophy above his head — as he did with the Dan Rooney Trophy nearly four months earlier — James Franklin grabbed a microphone and seized the day. "Hey guys, real quick," the Penn State coach told the...
  • Dolphins' Odrick happy to face tough opponents - or media taking notes

    Jared Odrick, the best Miami Dolphins player who will be a free agent this winter, has gained a reputation as a beast on the field - a versatile 6-foot-5, 305-pound defensive tackle who can rush the passer or take down a running back. "He's an animal,"...
  • Penn State fans ride emotional roller coaster to bowl game victory

    Penn State fans ride emotional roller coaster to bowl game victory
    They waited two years for this day and they weren't going to let it arrive without fanfare. So as their Nittany Lions warmed up Saturday afternoon at Yankee Stadium, Dave D'Imperio tossed bean bags, Megan Marzella played water pong and Taylor Morgan...
  • Football is back, but Penn State remains embattled

    STATE COLLEGE — Elizabeth Morgan wasn't looking forward to the task in front of her. The veterinarian with close-cropped reddish-brown hair had always been more comfortable playing with the animals on her central Pennsylvania farm. But there she...