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.
It’s with some, solemn pride that I say that I’ve been a de facto voice of the Joe Paterno opposition.
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.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama has offered his condolences to the family of legendary Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, who died Sunday of lung cancer. The White House says the president spoke with […]
Today on the LaVar Arrington Show with Chad Dukes, LaVar opened the show by sharing his thoughts on the passing of his former coach, Joe Paterno
Penn State President Rodney Erickson says the university is grieving the death of legendary former football coach Joe Paterno and plans to honor him for his contributions to the school.
A former child-abuse victim himself, former football grad assistant Matt Paknis believes Joe Paterno knew about Jerry Sandusky’s alleged sexual abuse against children years ago.
Author Michael Weinreb knows how it feels to be a Penn State alum. Being a native of Happy Valley he provides a great look at how those close to PSU and the community are dealing with this tragedy.
There are times when the sports world seems all too real.