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The most tumultuous week Penn State has ever endured is drawing to a close.
For the first time in almost a half-century, someone other than Joe Paterno is calling the shots at Penn State.
Penn State assistant coach Mike McQueary will miss Saturday's game against Nebraska after the school said he received "multiple threats."
The only thing people love more than watching a star claw his way to the top is watching him fall.
At 1:45 a.m. Thursday, Pat Daugherty hunched over a broom in the middle of College Avenue and tried to sweep away reminders of the sadness heaped on this village in Happy Valley.
Just because Joe Paterno is gone doesn't mean the child sex abuse scandal at Penn State is over.
As federal investigators launch a probe of Penn State University, the school could face hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines for its handling of alleged sexual abuse scandal involving former coach Jerry Sandusky.
Interim Penn State football coach Tom Bradley fought back tears Thursday as he was introduced as Joe Paterno's replacement.
After nearly a half-century on the job, Joe Paterno says he is still getting used to the idea of not being Penn State's football coach. So is the rest of the shaken campus, after one of the most tumultuous days in its history.