The Penn State Scandal
Penn State comes under fire for the school's handling of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal
Sandusky prosecutor: Sentence was "wise and proper"
After the sentencing of Jerry Sandusky in Bellefonte, Pa., prosecutor Joseph McGettigan spoke to journalists and called Sandusky's statement in court "ridiculous."
Jerry Sandusky sentenced to 30 - 60 years
Former Penn State assistant coach and convicted child abuser Jerry Sandusky received a sentence of 30 to 60 years. CBS News' Armen Keteyian reports from the courthouse in Bellefonte, Pa.
Sandusky sentencing day
Convicted child sex abuser Jerry Sandusky faces sentencing a bit more than three months after being convicted of 45 counts of sexual abuse involving 10 young boys. CBS News' Armen Keteyian reports.
Sandusky speaks: "I know I did not do these ... acts"
In a pre-sentencing jailhouse recording, Jerry Sandusky continues to proclaim himself innocent of and baffled by the charges
Sandusky to proclaim innocence in court: Lawyer
Disgraced former Penn State defensive coach will address the courtroom when he is sentenced Tuesday in his child sex abuse case
Listen: Sandusky proclaims innocence in jailhouse recording
The day before his courtroom statement, former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky released a rare jailhouse recording, in which he questioned his accusers motives and repeatedly proclaimed to be innocent of and baffled by the charges against him.
What Jerry Sandusky can expect in Pa. prison
Following sentencing on child sex abuse charges, ex-Penn State coach will live jailhouse regimen that includes football games on TV, but no anonymity
Some of Sandusky's jurors hoping for life sentence
Ex-Penn State assistant coach convicted of molesting several boys over a period of years is due to be sentenced Tuesday
McQueary files defamation suit against Penn State
Ex-Penn State assistant says school caused him "much distress, anxiety and embarrassment" during Sandusky scandal
Victim 1 in Jerry Sandusky case has book deal
Anonymous 18-year-old will soon reveal identity in new memoir documenting years of abuse before coming forward
Judge: Penn St. execs will face perjury trial
2 school administrators are accused of lying to a grand jury that investigated allegations Jerry Sandusky sexually abused children
Penn State hires 9/11 fund lawyer to settle claims
Ken Feinberg, who ran the Sept. 11 victim fund, hired by Penn State in effort to settle claims related to Sandusky sex abuse
PSU trustees promise close look at Freeh changes
At the same time, chairwoman Karen Peetz said the board wouldn't do a detailed analysis of Louis Freeh's scathing report
Penn State's Sandusky-related costs near $17M
Costs for lawyers, consultants and PR help linked to sex scandal don't include $60M NCAA fine or damages that could result from suits from Sandusky accusers
Penn State football returns
It was an emotional kick-off to the season, one that followed the turmoil of a sex abuse scandal and the firing of its legendary coach
Penn State fans show pride as Lions fall
In first game following NCAA sanctions Penn State loses to Ohio in season opener
Penn St pep rally opens historic football weekend
At least 15,000 people attended a rally in a show of support for the Nittany Lions on the eve of the team's season opener against Ohio
Paterno family adjusts to new era at Penn State
Life goes on for the clan that was synonymous with Penn State for decades and remains firmly rooted in a supportive community
Paterno's FBI file reveals threatening letters
Penn State coach's 868-page file shows he received series of threatening letters in 70s and 80s; No mention of Jerry Sandusky
Sandusky victim sues Penn State
Victim 1 blames school for how its top officials dealt with complaints that Jerry Sandusky behaved inappropriately with boys
Ousted Penn State president blasts Freeh report
Former Penn State President Graham Spanier fights back against criticism of how he handled Sandusky sex-abuse scandal
Author: Paternos said tell truth "best you see it"
Author of new Paterno biography says late coach and his family never tried to limit his access to them after Sandusky scandal
Family pushed Paterno to read Sandusky report
Joe Paterno had to be prodded by his family to read the grand jury report regarding Jerry Sandusky, according to a new book
Book: Paterno sobbed after Penn State firing
Joe Paterno sobbed while meeting with coaches and ex-player day after he was fired from Penn State, according to book excerpt
Penn St. put on notice regarding accreditation
University receives warning from accrediting organization that status "in jeopardy" following Sandusky scandal
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