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Mourners are lining up at Penn State for a viewing honoring the late football coach Joe Paterno.
Penn State football players past and present made a somber pilgrimage to the campus spiritual center Tuesday for Joe Paterno, attending a viewing for the coach who helped shape the university for more than a half century.
Hundreds of mourners are in a line more than a quarter of a mile long to pay their respects to the late Joe Paterno.
In the mid-1960s, there was no such thing as a Northeastern power in college football.
Penn State's Board of Trustees elected banking executive Karen Peetz to lead the embattled board and help the school negotiate the aftermath of a nightmarish child sex abuse scandal involving a former assistant football coach.
Former Penn State running back Franco Harris doesn't believe Joe Paterno's firing was in the school's best interest and urged alumni to be relentless.
Pittsburgh mayor Luke Ravenstahl says he's "satisfied" with the discussion by a charitable scholarship board on whether to retain Hall of Fame running back Franco Harris after the former Penn State star spoke out against the ouster of former coach Joe Paterno.
Penn State's trustees have hired a large Pittsburgh-based law firm to represent them in relation to the child sex abuse scandal for which three current and former university employees face criminal charges.
No matter how many touchdowns he scores, Super Bowl rings he wins or carefully choreographed end zone celebrations the "Dancing With the Stars" champion executes to perfection, Pittsburgh wide receiver Hines Ward knows his team's identity will never change.