Interim Penn State University President and Athletic Director Rodney Erickson says Mike McQueary has been placed on paid administrative leave.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Allegations of child sexual abuse continue to rock Penn State University. Earlier this week, the university’s Board of Trustees dismissed Joe Paterno, the university’s long-time, legendary head football coach. Also out is […]
Penn State University Interim Head Football Coach Tom Bradley spoke exclusively to The Fan Morning Show Friday.
In a statement on the university’s official athletics website, Penn State says McQueary will not be at Saturday’s game against Nebraska – the last home game of the season.
In the wake of Joe Paterno and president Graham Spanier being let go by the Penn State board of trustees, attention is shifting to those involved in the child sex abuse scandal who still remain with the school.
Director of Sports Law Institute at Vermont Law School and Sports Illustrated Contributor Michael McCann joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller on Sportsradio 93.7 The FAN to discuss the legal ramifications of everything taking place at Penn State.
Former Penn State Nittany Lion and Pittsburgh Steelers Eric Ravotti joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller to talk about his time at Penn State and how he feels about all of the news coming out of his alma mater.
Since the grand jury handed down its indictments last week, there have been plenty of questions. One of them – why didn’t one of the five men who witnessed or dealt with the 2002 shower incident involving former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky – notify the authorities?
Altoona Mirror Penn State Football Beat Writer Corey Geiger joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller live from State College to update us on everything that is going on.
Former Penn State Wide Receiver Rich Mauti joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller on Sportsradio 93.7 The FAN to discuss the efforts he’s trying to make to organize former players to attend this weekend’s game and offer their support.
Author Michael Weinreb joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller to discuss the recent article he wrote about growing up in Penn State and personally knowing the Paterno, Sandusky, and McQueary families.
John Phillips offers his opinions on hot-topic issues going on in the world of sports.
For all the speculation over the past year regarding Joe Paterno and this being possibly his last season coaching Penn State, I wonder what the odds would have been if your choice of options included a scenario where he was connected to a child sex abuse scandal surrounding one of his former assistants?