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NCAA Announces Penn State Punishment for Jerry Sandusky Cover-Up

The NCAA announced Monday morning the sanctions that will come as a direct result of Penn State’s actions over the past (at least) 14 years. After covering up the actions of Jerry Sandusky – assistant football coach and convicted pedophile – for over a decade, Penn State will now face the harsh consequences. $60 million […]

2012 NFL Draft: Potential Patriots – Defensive Line

As the 2012 NFL Draft approaches, the New England Patriots have some glaring needs. One of those needs, as many will agree, is at Defensive End. With the losses of Mark Anderson and presumably Andre Carter, the Patriots will need to fill the void left by their two best pass-rushers. The Patriots have never truly […]

Report: Penn State to Name Bill O’Brien New Head Coach

Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien will become the new head coach of the Penn State Nittany Lions, according to a report from ESPN’s Chris Mortensen. O’Brien will be replacing the legendary 84-year-old Joe Paterno. A press conference is set for Saturday. The move allows Penn State to officially move on (in a football sense) from […]

Patriots 2012 Draft Report: Devon Still, Penn State

Devon Still, DT, Penn State Height: 6-5 Weight: 310 2011 Stats: 53 Tackles, 16.5 tackles for loss, 4 sacks (through 11 games) Overview: In the midst of a season overshadowed by the Jerry Sandusky scandal, one of the few bright spots for Penn State has been the stellar play of senior defensive tackle Devon Still. […]

Tragedy At Penn State Due to The Inaction of Many

“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” – Edmund Burke When one attempts to wrap their head around the tragic and disturbing events surrounding Penn State it’s nearly impossible not be repulsed and disappointed in fellow man. The actions of Jerry Sandusky are vile. He is not […]

The Couch Potato Report: NFL, PGA, MLB, VMAs, and More Fun with Acronyms

For weeks, writing this article was a challenge. The summer months brought little in the ways of big sporting events, making it difficult to hype up a lackluster docket of weekend TV each and every Friday. But now… problem solved. The NFL kicks off its 2010 season this weekend, and I for one am here […]

Five Musings on College Football Week 1

Five Thoughts on Week One of College Football