Report: Former Penn State President Graham Spanier To Face Criminal Charges Today [UPDATED]

Graham Spanier, the Penn State president fired last November in the wake of Jerry Sandusky's arrest, will be charged with perjury and obstruction of justice in connection with the Sandusky case, according what sources told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The Pennsylvania attorney general's office is expected to announce…

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Sandusky Victim Sues Penn State For Deliberate Cover Up, Claims He Was Assaulted Over 100 Times

According to The Associated Press, the individual known only as victim 1, now filing under the name "John Doe C.," alleges that Jerry Sandusky sexually assaulted him at least 100 times—including fondling and oral sex—over a three year period and Penn State deliberately covered it up. Among other allegations, the suit…

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Joe Paterno Negotiated A $3 Million Ejector Seat After He Was Subpoenaed For Sandusky Grand Jury

Remember when the heroic, did-what-he-was-supposed-to-do coach Joe Paterno valiantly fell on his sword in November, and told the Penn State board of trustees that there was no need to fire him, he would resign at the end of the year? A bold move by a proud man, right? Like much of what we once knew of Joe Paterno,…