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Friday, September 6, 2013

Paternos, co-plaintiffs fire back at NCAA's efforts to dismiss Penn State sanctions lawsuit

Paternos, co-plaintiffs fire back at NCAA's efforts to dismiss Penn State sanctions lawsuit

By Charles Thompson | cthompson@pennlive.com
PennLive.com 
 
Penn Staters suing for a revocation of penalties imposed by the National Collegiate Athletic Association on the university because of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal asked a Potter County judge Friday to reject the NCAA's bid to kill the suit without a hearing on the merits.

Read the entire story.

The Paterno case, because of conflicts, has been assigned to Senior Judge John B. Leete of Potter County.

A hearing on the preliminary objections is scheduled for Oct. 29 in Bellefonte.

4 comments :

Anonymous said...

The Paterno family needs to stop whining and realize that their "god" here on earth was a failed man. He might have been a great coach but it reality he was a horrible man for not stepping up to protect children.

Anonymous said...

10:39 is absolutely correct.

Anonymous said...

A horrible man? Who the hell are you to make such a statement? Joe Paterno touched thousands of lives not only aa a coach but as a teacher and leader. Did you see the CBS news story and the quote from the lead prosecuter in the Sandusky trial. He stated that there is no evidence that Joe Paterno hid, covered up or hindered any aspect of the Sandusky investigation. Joe Paterno reported what he knew to his superiors. After that the investigation was in the hands of the administration and authorities. So get your facts straight before you spout off. The only thing horrible here is the idiocy spewed by10:39 and 7:40.

Anonymous said...

Amen 10:37, Joe reported & they did nothing & Joe cannot defend himself & he not only touched many lives, he gave thousands of $$$$ to PSU!!