It’s a story that has the nation and the world talking. It was a tragic love story that prompted an outpouring of support for a college football star at Norte Dame. But now, many are shaking their heads after it was revealed the story of Manti Te’o and his girlfriend who died of leukemia was a hoax.
The head coach of one of this season’s winningest local high school football teams has filed an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission complaint against his district.
Attorneys for former Penn State University officials Tim Curley and Gary Schultz were in court Thursday morning to argue that perjury charges against their clients should be dismissed.
Last Wednesday residents of the greater Monroeville area lined up around the Gateway Senior High School auditorium to loudly and proudly voice their support for the full-time retention of athletic director/head football coach Terry Smith, but the relative silence of their school board remains deafening.
The budget battle turned ugly Wednesday evening in the Gateway School District. One board member says he was threatened over proposed cuts, and now police are involved.
University of Pittsburgh Athletic Director Steve Pederson joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller on Sportsradio 93-7 The FAN in Pittsburgh to talk about the new NCAA football playoff format and how it might affect the Pitt program.
Two high-ranking Penn State University administrators have stepped down and are headed to court.
A Penn State spokeswoman said Sunday that former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky has been barred from the university’s campus after he was charged this weekend with 40 counts of child sexual abuse.
In the wake of the arrest of his former defensive coordinator on charges of sexual abuse this weekend, Penn State head coach Joe Paterno released a statement late Sunday afternoon.
Former Penn State Nittany Lions defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky – once thought to be the man likely to succeed Joe Paterno as head coach of the football team – is free on $100,000 bail after being charged in connection with the sexual abuse of eight boys, one age 10.
West Virginia University athletic director Oliver Luck admits that there has been some drama surrounding the Mountaineer football program; but he told Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan’s Vinnie & Cook that he’s confident Dana Holgorsen will be able to do his job to the best of his ability.
There are new details on a proposal to let West Virginia University sell beer at Mountaineer football games. WVU Athletic Director Oliver Luck thinks the change will help stop alcohol abuse in parking lots and improve fan behavior. The idea is now up for public comment on the Board of Governors’ website.
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