Endicott head coach J.B. Wells coached Bill O’Brien at Brown University, and said “if anyone can get Penn State through this, it’s Bill.”
Dan Wetzel of Yahoo! Sports joined Felger and Massoratti to discuss the Penn State Sanctions. Wetzel feels that the sanctions delivered by the NCAA were more harsh than the death penalty. Wetzel discusses the idea that changing the culture is out of the question.
Today to open the show, Mike Felger and Tony Massoratti discussed the sanctions delivered to Penn State football program by the NCAA. The main sanction that is controversial is the lack of the “death penalty.”
Gresh and Zolak discussed the sanctions handed down by the NCAA on Penn State on Monday. Topics include whether the right people were punished, and how the program will recover.
The NCAA has just announced sanctions against Penn State’s football program for the alleged cover-up of the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse scandal.
CBS Local’s Jason Keidel weighs in on the Penn State fiasco.
CBS News has learned that the NCAA will announce what a high-ranking association source called “unprecedented” penalties against both the Penn State University football team and the school.
It seems the fate of Joe Paterno’s statue at Penn State has been sealed.
As you’ve probably heard by now, there’s a lot of justifiable outrage over a report documenting the role the late Joe Paterno played in covering up the pedophile scandal at Penn State.
…..Coach Sandusky may be one of the worst scumbags in history and should never see the light of day again but Penn State, glad to see you were smart enough to remove the “halo” from Coach Paterno’s mural facade on campus and the next thing you might do is remove the statue as well.