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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Tim Buckley
Democratic candidate for governor Martha Coakley is faulting Republican gubernatorial hopeful Charlie Baker for failing to endorse a hike in the state's minimum wage.
Penn State's loss could turn into a big gain on the ground for Southern California.
Penn State top reserve linebacker Khairi Fortt is heading to California, the latest Nittany Lion to transfer in the wake of tough NCAA sanctions against the program.
An early-morning rally and last-minute social media campaign couldn't keep star tailback Silas Redd from leaving Penn State for Southern California.
An early-morning rally for Penn State football players could provide the perfect opportunity for fans to try to sway star tailback Silas Redd to stay in Happy Valley.
Scandal tainted their school and the legacy of a Hall of Fame coach.
Backup Penn State safety Tim Buckley has become the first player to transfer from Penn State in the wake of NCAA sanctions, while the future of a more prominent player, star tailback Silas Redd, remains in question.
"The opportunity to come here and play at my state university, so close to home, was something that I couldn't pass up," Buckley said in the statement that made no mention of the scandal.