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Penn State Scandal: More Suspected Victims; Sandusky Says He's Innocent

Former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky admits to showering with young boys, but says he there was no "intent of sexual contact." Meanwhile, The New York Times reports that more possible victims have contacted authorities.
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Former Penn State Coach Tells NBC He's Innocent

The former Penn State football coach accused of sexually abusing young boys was interviewed on NBC Monday night. In an interview with Bob Costas, Jerry Sandusky denied he was a pedophile.
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Hopes Dim For NBA Season: Players Reject Offer

This year's NBA season may never get underway. The players have rejected the owners' latest offer. The main sticking point: revenue sharing.
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NBA Players Decide To Disband Union

Melissa Block talks to Gabriel Feldman, director of the Tulane University sports law program, about the latest news on the NBA lockout. NBA players rejected a deal from the league's owners, and they're beginning to disband their union. This year's season may be in jeopardy.
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Paterno's Name Removed From Big Ten Trophy

"It would be inappropriate to keep Joe Paterno's name on the trophy at this time," Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany says.
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NBA Players Reject Owners' Offer; Season In Jeopardy

The decision means it's possible there will be no professional basketball until the 2012-13 season. The sticking point: Sharing of revenue.
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Penn State Alum Caught Abuse For Protesting Game

John Matko protested outside as fans went into Saturday's game. After the contest, Nebraska's coach said that he also thought the game should have been canceled.

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