In this week’s issue of TIME, we explore the insular nature of college campuses — and how “Happy Valley” stays happy amid scandal.
TIME’s Sean Gregory breaks down the lessons from football’s 12th week.
As you gather around the television for food and football on Thanksgiving, why not wow the family with your NFL knowledge?
Outraged sports buffs across the U.S. are calling on the NCAA to exterminate Penn State football. Their emotions are sound, their argument is not
By some measures, Penn State’s home football game Saturday against the University of Nebraska was your typical Big Ten tilt. Beer chugging at the tailgates started bright and early. A group of diminutive Penn State students …
In spite of the sordid events roiling Penn State University, it almost felt like a familiar fall Friday afternoon on the State College campus. Penn State students, alums, and locals snapped up Nittany Lion gear at the campus …
Viewpoint: Removing Penn State’s wide receivers coach from the game on Saturday was the sensible move.
Viewpoint: The student reaction to Paterno’s dismissal did Penn State no favors
The Nittany Lions’ legendary leader has won more games than any other Division I coach. But his failure to stop a subordinate’s abuse of young boys has forced his resignation and irreparably clouded his legacy
Football head coach Paterno, of all people, was never supposed to go out like this
Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis, who died at his home on Saturday morning at 82, was never beloved outside of Raider nation.
“Are You Ready For Some Football?” is no more.
TIME’s Sean Gregory breaks down the lessons from football’s fourth week.