Penn State football gets back wins wiped out during Sandusky scandal; Joe Paterno restored as winningest coach in college football history.
The wife of Jerry Sandusky says she ‘definitely’ believes her husband is innocent despite his conviction of the sexual abuse of 10 boys.
An aide to former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says she was approached by a firm helping Penn State look for a new president but she was not interested, a newspaper reported Friday.
Raghib ‘Rocket’ Ismail, a former Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver, and college standout at Notre Dame, joined Holden and Danny on 106.7 The Fan to talk some NFL and get his thoughts out on the Jerry Sandusky Trial that has plagued Penn State, making a stunning revelation in the process.
The penalties levied against Penn State in wake of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal are just according to former Nittany Lion linebacker LaVar Arrington.
A day after a report by former FBI Director Louis Freeh was released, Holden and Danny were joined by legal analyst and columnist for SportsIllustrated.com Michael McCann to discuss the fallout from the Penn State investigation.
Ken Belson of The New York Times joined Holden and Danny Thursday morning to discuss the report by investigator Louis Freeh into the actions of Penn State University surrounding former football coach Jerry Sandusky.
A long-anticipated private report conducted by Louis Freeh has come out, providing clarity in the Jerry Sandusky scandal in regards to how much the people in power at Penn State University knew about the sexual abuse taking place on their campus, and what they did to prevent it. 106.7 The Fan’s Lavar Arrington, who played for Joe Paterno, gave his opinion on the matter.
Gregg Doyel, national columnist for CBS Sports took on Penn State in his latest column and argued why the school’s football program should not receive the “death penalty” from the NCAA. He joined Holden Kushner and Danny Rouhier to explain his position, one that is not very favored amongst people who followed the Jerry Sandusky trial.
A Pennsylvania jury has convicted Jerry Sandusky of 45 of 48 counts against him in a highly publicized child molestation trial.