- Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State University assistant football coach, was convicted Friday on 45 of the 48 child molestation-related counts brought against him.
- The trial sent waves through the campus community and football program, even prompting public responses from LaVar Arrington, PSU's former linebacker.
- Dave Joyner, the school's acting athletic director, issues a statement on Saturday, acknowledging challenges ahead, as an internal investigation, as well as an inquiry by the Big Ten Conference continue.
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Ten weeks before the debut of Bill O'Brien as Penn State's head football coach, the sun shone brilliantly Saturday on Beaver Stadium. Outside the huge facility, someone parked a car near the statue of O'Brien's iconic predecessor, Joe Paterno, every few minutes for a quick photo before driving off. ...