“We are ONE TEAM. Join us.”
Inside was a link to a website for purchasing tickets to football games.
After seven wrenching months of utter turmoil, shock and sadness, Penn State is looking toward the future and trying to change the subject.
The Nittany Lions open their season on Sept. 1 at 107,000-seat Beaver Stadium against Ohio University. For legions of PSU fans, it can’t come fast enough.
“Time is going to have to heal the image and perception,” former Penn State quarterback Todd Blackledge said. “That’s going to happen sooner for some, later for others. It’s going to take time for people to think about Penn State and Penn State football without thinking about the Jerry Sandusky scandal.”
Deadly Friday rampage shocks suspect’s family
ST. PETERSBURG — Cathie Little said Saturday there’s a good side to her big brother, Tony. “We just don’t know where it went.”
In the span of one hour Friday morning, authorities say, Anthony J. Giancola, 45, stabbed four people, beat two others with a hammer, slammed his car into four more, and ran over a 13-year-old boy on a bicycle.
Those who witnessed his rampage said they were certain he was on something. He is being held without bail in the Pinellas County Jail, charged with two first-degree murders and four attempted murders. More charges are likely.
• From wire dispatches and staff reports