Paternos v. NCAA has its day in court: Both sides presented more than three hours of arguments today. Does the family have standing for its lawsuit to proceed? Was the NCAA justified in abandoning procedure to sanction Penn State? A Pennsylvania judge will think it over. [Patriot-News]
Tonight's episode of Costas Tonight will have a segment on the Paterno family's rebuttal to the Freeh report, including an announcement that the Paternos intend to sue the NCAA. A Penn State spokesman just issued a statement telling us the university is not party to the suit.
The judge who let Penn State's lawyer into the grand jury room says whether that decision should spoil the criminal case against the three university administrators accused of covering for Jerry Sandusky is not his call. Also, the trials for those three administrators probably won't take place until next year.