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12 hours ago

NCAAF PSU Bombshell: Joe Paterno Alerted of Sandusky's Child Abuse in 1976

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| By Vega - 12 hours ago



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A judge says insurers in litigation with Penn State claim a boy told coach Joe Paterno in 1976 that he had been molested by convicted former Nittany Lions assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, Pennlive.com reported Thursday.

The order by Philadelphia Judge Gary Glazer also cites separate reports in 1987 and 1988 of other unnamed assistant football coaches allegedly witnessing "inappropriate contact between Sandusky and unidentified children."

"An allegation now about an alleged event 40 years ago, as represented by a single line in a court document regarding an insurance issue, with no corroborating evidence, does not change the facts," the Paterno family said in a statement given to Pennlive.com. "Joe Paterno did not, at any time, cover up conduct by Jerry Sandusky."

Pennlive.com's review of the case file, which remains under seal, found that all the alleged incidents are described in victims' depositions given as part of the still-active insurance coverage case for Sandusky-related claims.

"There is no evidence that reports of these incidents ever went further up the chain of command at PSU," Judge Glazer wrote.

Sandusky is serving decades in prison for sexual abuse of 10 boys, for incidents that dated back to the 1990s. Concrete evidence of earlier allegations had not previously come to light, even though Sandusky was convicted of abusing children he met through the children's charity he founded in 1977.

Paterno, who died in 2012 as the scandal was unfolding, went to university higher-ups with an assistant's 2001 report of Sandusky abusing a child in a team shower, and told a grand jury in 2011 he didn't "know of anything else'' involving Sandusky.

"I do not know of anything else that Jerry would be involved in of that nature, no. I do not know of it,'' Paterno testified 10 months before Sandusky was first charged, along with two university administrators accused of covering up complaints about him.

Paterno family attorney Wick Sollers told Pennlive.com there is no evidence to corroborate the new disclosure and prove Paterno never covered up Sandusky's actions.

"Through all of this review, there has never been any evidence of inappropriate conduct by Coach Paterno,'' Sollers said. "To the contrary, the evidence clearly shows he shared information with his superiors as appropriate.''

Booker Brooks, who was on Paterno's staff from 1968 to 1983, told ESPN's Josh Moyer he never recalled hearing any such accusation while he was with the program.

"If that'd been talked about, I sure as hell would've remembered it," Brooks said. "Pure garbage."

Penn State spokesman Lawrence Lokman told Pennlive.com that university officials involved in the Sandusky scandal's legal fallout knew broadly of the insurance case's allegations.

"Many, many people, potential victims and victims have come forward to the university as part of that (settlement) process,'' Lokman said. "We do not talk about their specific circumstances.''

Paterno had an unparalleled coaching career at Penn State but was fired in the months between Sandusky's arrest and his own death of lung cancer in early 2012.

Three administrators who worked with him as high-ranking university officials await trial on criminal charges for their handling of the Sandusky scandal.

An appeals court recently threw out many of the charges against former Penn State president Graham Spanier, former vice president Gary Schultz and former athletic director Tim Curley, and state prosecutors did not challenge that decision. No trial date is set.

Sandusky is appealing a 45-count child sexual abuse conviction, and on Thursday was granted a hearing for May 20 as he pursues appeals.
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14 hours ago

NBA Interesting. Cavs 25 threes were made without one single moving screen

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| By DonT - 14 hours ago

I Checked and amazingly it's true...Respeck!!

25 3s without a single moving screen.....seems they were no screens at all for all those shots. Just something of note...

 
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14 hours ago

NBA At what point do you actually appreciate what the Raptors are doing this post-season??

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| By SHootar - 14 hours ago



Their 2 all-stars, supposedly the best back-court in the East, have been historically bad. Yet here the Raptors are, tied 1-1 with the Heat; 2 OT games, and a 7 game series with one of the top defensive teams in Indy and probably top 10 all-around player in PG. I think it goes to show how deep this team is.


Obv we're not going far without these two turning things around, but it's pretty impressive to even be in this position with how badly they've played.

 
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14 hours ago

NBA Future Lakers Superstar D'angelo Russell stars in BBVA commercial

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| By Kyu - 14 hours ago


:dloiseeyouplaya:

Quote:

“You’ve got to have a passion. You’ve got to have an edge of reaching your full potential. It may take three years, it may take one year, it may take 10, but the process of getting is what’s so fun about it.

“And then adversity sets in and you feel like you’re on your last leg. Find a way to get through. Never quit. And it can definitely take you a long way.”

Haters know they mad


DLo had the biggest NBA controversy all season and got him a commercial.


Those LA Laker benefits

 
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14 hours ago

NBA Spo furious

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| By wa34 - 14 hours ago


 
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17 hours ago

BOX HEATED WORDS EXCHANGED !! - ANTHONY JOSHUA v DOMINIC BREAZEALE SEPERATED DURING HEAD TO HE

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| By BMastra - 17 hours ago


HEATED WORDS EXCHANGED !! - ANTHONY JOSHUA v DOMINIC BREAZEALE SEPERATED DURING HEAD TO HEAD !!

 
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17 hours ago

NBA No Chill Gil AKA agent 0 back at it again

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| By chrismb - 17 hours ago

LOST IN FOUND IN RUSSIA!! well well well,i guess all that gilbert bashing JUST slapped YALL in the faces #hemakesmesick #byeGilbert...i guess becuz i wasnt politically correct you guys couldnt see what i was talking about..the problem with the #Wnba is not the talent..the sport has alot of talented women,its the look of the women playing the sport...u guys wanna be seen for ur #SKILL not some sex symbol.WELL ladies welcome to what most ppl call REALITY u guys are women #sexsymbols and MEN like women no matter what u perfer sexuality ur still representing a BUSINESS and that business is the #WNBA.a few years back the #NBA had a problem with players dressing like #thugs..they put us in suits,cleaned up how baggy our shorts and jerseys were to pull in bigger sponsors #WeGotPaidMore..if ur still confused on what im saying,just think about my last post on u guys IT WAS #replusive most were so disgusted by it..u didnt actually care to READ what i was saying....Well the way u guys dress is so replusive,95% of men dont wanna look at ur skill level...shorts are baggier then the #NBAs..jerseys are way to big and if it is fitted you guys have on tee shirts underneath...get rid of the high socks..i mean #ComeOn between ur shorts, ur high socks and ur jerseys we cant see shit #Noskin,u guys look like women in #dubai #unveil some of that skin..might as well wear leggings and to be honest thats in front of what u guys wear now..no man wants to see a bunch of women dressing like #yungthug on the court..since men spend the most money at ball games #beers #food #giftStoreItems that revenue aint being captured since we wont come and that means u cant pull bigger sponsors.which means the pay is shitty.which means ur players have to go overseas for real money after ur season is over..lets be honest they would stay overseas IF the ( being a WNBA player and playing in front of their families)wasnt a young girls dream..BUT i guess u just realized 1 or 2 million dollars,they will drop that dream in a heart beat..this wasnt a black eye..this was a knockdown(u might not like how i said it but i was ahead of the curve in DECEMBER)u guys have a problem and overseas just exposed it #whosNEXT

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19 hours ago

NBA Melo be everywhere but the playoffs

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19 hours ago

NFL Offensive ROY odds

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| By Bx_Bomberz - 19 hours ago

As per Bovada


RB Ezekiel Elliot (Dallas Cowboys): 2/1
QB Jared Goff (Los Angeles Rams): 5/2
RB Derrick Henry (Tennessee Titans): 7/1
WR Corey Coleman (Cleveland Browns): 15/2
WR Josh Doctson (Washington Redskins): 12/1
WR Laquon Treadwell (Minnesota Vikings): 12/1
RB Kenneth Dixon (Baltimore Ravens): 14/1
RB Jordan Howard (Chicago Bears): 14/1
RB Paul Perkins (New York Giants): 16/1
WR Sterling Shepard (Giants): 16/1


visit this link https://sports.bovada.lv/ .. %20year%20odds

Who do ya like??

 
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20 hours ago

MMA Jon Jones Could smack you from the moon

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| By Captain Boogie - 20 hours ago

Not Thread Worthy.
Probably my worst thread ever.


I'll do better with my next one trust me

 
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20 hours ago

MLB LeBron James Gets Special Gift from Ken Griffey Jr.

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| By SeattleLost - 20 hours ago


 
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20 hours ago

NBA This Luke Walton vine got me dead.

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| By 1904 - 20 hours ago




sry if repost

 
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20 hours ago

NHL Man Who Discovered Hockey (Playoff Hockey) Attends Hockey Game, Loves It.

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| By Doc Logical - 20 hours ago


Nascent Blues fan Anthony Holmes, who learned about hockey when he watched Game 7 of Blackhawks-Blues last week, was St. Louis’s guest for Tuesday’s Game 3 against the Dallas Stars. He had better seats than you’ll ever have.

Holmes donned a Vladimir Tarasenko jersey and didn’t have as many questions about the rules as he did for his first game, but he seemed to enjoy the atmosphere.


The Blues gave Holmes solid seats, and he wants to assure anyone who’s ever been curious that going to a hockey game is not uncomfortable:


He did have one question about hockey rules:


It does.

Holmes also liked Ryan Reaves’s fight with Curtis McKenzie:


The Blues put Holmes on the Jumbotron, and he met a couple of players after the game:




The Blues stomped the Stars, 6-1, so Holmes should be at every remaining game on the team’s dime in order for them to win the Stanley Cup.

visit this link http://deadspin.com/man-w .. -it-1774673432

 
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20 hours ago

NFL Peyton Wants to pull a Farve but ...

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| By illmatic826 - 20 hours ago

No one wants him.




Peyton Manning suiting up for a team other than the Denver Broncos in 2016? It was closer than you might think to happening, according to Manning's agent.

"I really like to play," Manning told Tom Condon, as Condon related on The Business of Sports with Andrew Brandt (via PFT). Not only that, Condon said, there were teams who would have wanted Manning to play for them.

(The teams leading the speculation at the time were the Texans and the Rams.)

So why isn't some team rolling out an entire Peyton Manning-themed campaign for this fall? Probably because of the obvious reasons: Manning was a shell of his former self by the end of 2015, and won the Super Bowl largely because he was a decent caretaker rather than a game-changing playmaker.

Look at it from the team's perspective. Would you be willing to risk tens of millions, and a starting job, for a quarterback who could be reduced to crumbs by the kinds of rushes and linebackers that dominate the NFL these days? Would you be willing to press pause on a team's forward movement, or pass up a quarterback for the future (see: the Rams and Jared Goff) for a one- or two-year Hail Mary on Manning? The sad truth is that Manning wasn't fit any longer for a full-time starting QB gig, and teams weren't willing to commit that job to him. Hence, Manning took the calmer, less lucrative, but more health-conscious route of retirement.

Manning announced on Tuesday that he would not be appearing as a commentator on any NFL broadcasts this fall, but other than that (and, well, playing), the road opens wide before Manning. Coaching, business, even just kicking back and watching as a fan ... it's all open to him. Nice position to be in.

"Legacy" is a game that the media and fans play, a game that really doesn't mean much of anything in the grand analysis of a player's arc. If Manning played for the Texans this year, the Browns next, and the Chargers the year after that, would that have any impact on his legacy? Only in the narrow-minded. Manning has secured his place in the game, the way Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods did in theirs, and no on-field missteps would have changed that. For the sake of his neck, and for the sake of ardent fanbases expecting he would vault them to a Super Bowl, though, it's probably better that he's staying in the bleachers.

visit this link http://sports.yahoo.com/b .. 171454490.html

 
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20 hours ago

NBA NBA 2 minute report: Every call except 1 disadvantaged a Heat player

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| By Ravishing - 20 hours ago

Fouls that should've been called against Raptors:
- Offensive foul on Bismack Biyomba against Luol Deng
- Personal foul on Jonas Valanciunas against Joe Johnson
- Offensive foul on Jonas Valanciunas against Dwyane Wade
- Defensive 3 seconds on Jonas Valanciunas
- Offensive foul on Jonas Valanciunas against Luol Deng
- Offensive foul on Jonas Valanciunas against Goran Dragic
- Personal foul on DeMarre Carroll against Dwyane Wade

Fouls that should've been called against Heat:
- Personal foul on Justise Winslow against Kyle Lowry


Raptors don't want it even w/ help from the refs


visit this link http://official.nba.com/w .. TOR-5-3-16.pdf

 
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20 hours ago

MMA T.J. Dillashaw-Raphael Assuncao Bantamweight Rematch Possible for UFC 200

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| By dadon85 - 20 hours ago

Even with its headliner already booked, Dana White recently said the promotion wasn’t done adding fights to the UFC 200 lineup, and now that statement seems to be coming to fruition.

According to a report from UFC Tonight, a bantamweight rematch between T.J. Dillashaw and Raphael Assuncao is possible for the Las Vegas-based organization’s bicentennial event. The two men first met at UFC Fight Night “Maia vs. Shields” on Oct. 9, 2013, with Assuncao winning via split decision.

Dillashaw would go on to win his next four fights, capturing bantamweight gold in an upset win over Renan Barao at UFC 173 and defending the belt successfully against Joe Soto and Barao in a rematch. He relinquished the title to Dominick Cruz in a five-round split decision defeat at UFC Fight Night in Boston on Jan. 17.

Assuncao was the division’s No. 1 contender until injuries shelved him for the past year and a half. The 33-year-old Brazilian has won seven straight fights in the Octagon and last competed at UFC Fight Night “MacDonald vs. Saffiedine” in October 2014, when he took a unanimous decision over Bryan Caraway.

 
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20 hours ago

NBA Barkley Brushing Up On His Spanish For Cinco De Mayo

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| By Aleandroid - 20 hours ago

"sir, sir...."

 
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20 hours ago

BOX floyd mayweather trash talking jim jones on basketball court

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| By trill jackson - 20 hours ago

#jimjones plays basketball with #floydmayweather and yes Floyd was popping hella shit. 😂😂.

A video posted by DJ Akademiks (@iamakademiks) on


 
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20 hours ago

NFL Johnny Manziel turns himself in; Mugshot

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20 hours ago

NBA "What I don't want to do is leave Frank hanging,There's other jobs out there he could get"

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| By Dray - 20 hours ago

Indiana coach Frank Vogel's future with the team is uncertain after the Pacers' playoff exit Sunday.
"I don't know what's going to happen," Pacers president Larry Bird told The Indianapolis Star on Monday.

Bird said his priority is more offense, particularly in the playoffs.

"Frank's a great guy. He's going to be fine no matter what happens. If he's back, he'll be fine here. If he's not, he's not. We'll see," Pacers president Larry Bird, right, said of coach Frank Vogel. AP Photo/Michael Conroy
"We need to score more points," he told the Star. "If Frank comes back, what can we do to get better offense? It's on all of us.

"Frank's a great guy. He's going to be fine no matter what happens. If he's back, he'll be fine here. If he's not, he's not. We'll see."

Bird gave no timeline for a decision on Vogel's fate and said he needs to first speak with Pacers owner Herb Simon.

"What I don't want to do is leave Frank hanging. There's other jobs out there he could get,"
Bird told the Star.

Bird cited the Pacers' 89-84 Game 7 loss to the Toronto Raptors as he discussed Indiana's need for more offense.

"I thought we were going to win that game last night,"
he told the newspaper. "If you'd told me we'd score 84 points. ... You can't go very far in the playoffs if you don't score. When I tell people this, it's not because I think I know it all -- it's because I experienced it as a player."

The Pacers averaged 102.2 points per game in the regular season, which was 17th in the NBA. They averaged 93.7 per game in the postseason, which put them 12th out of 16 teams.

Vogel took over as Pacers coach in 2011 and has posted a 250-181 record with a 31-30 postseason mark. He previously was an assistant with the Pacers, Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics.

-ESPN

larry gotta update the roster & weak bench before coach....

frank is a great coach....

 
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