The NCAA has announced sanctions against Penn State’s football program in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal. CBS Sports’ Tom Lemming weighs in.
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I don’t know if there has been an uglier scandal in my lifetime in sports than Penn State. Not steroids in baseball. Not Michael Vick’s dogfighting. Not O.J. Not anything. The minute young children get involved, all bets are off.
Former Baltimore Colt & 1972 Penn State grad Lydell Mitchell joined The Norris & Davis Show to discuss the emotions he’s feeling now that the Freeh report paints a different picture of Penn State football and his mentor, Joe Paterno.
How much did other officials and universities know?
What did the NCAA know?
Some emails have surfaced. What did Penn State officials know about Jerry Sandusky’s sex crimes against children? Glenn Younes stops by to weigh in with The Vinny and Rob Show.
Convicted on 45 of 48 counts.
Jerry Sandusky’s guilty verdict in his child sex abuse trial is shining a light on child molestation across the country, including here in Maryland.
Joe DeStio of NewsRadio 1020 KDKA has been covering the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse trial and joined the Norris and Davis Show to give listeners some insight.
After losing six straight, the Birds have rebounded to win four in a row and seven of 10. They will go for a sweep of the Pirates tonight at Camden Yards. They will face former Oriole Erik Bedard.
Another twist in the Jerry Sandusky child abuse scandal. In a new interview with “The New York Times,” the former Penn State football coach fumbles again with a question about whether he’s attracted to young boys.