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    Soccer Scandal

    Top officials from FIFA, the international governing body of soccer, were arrested on federal corruption charges Wednesday morning at a luxury hotel in Zurich, Switzerland. The arrests came at the behest of the United States Justice Department in what The New York Times described as an “extraordinary early-morning operation.” The paper, which first reported the news citing three Swiss law enforcement sources, notes that charges against the soccer executives, some of whom were not in attendance, range from wire fraud to racketeering to money laundering. The officials will be sent to stand trial in the United States, which has an…

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    “Paterno Bridge”?

    One Pennsylvania lawmaker believes the time is right to once again honor Joe Paterno — and do so by naming a major state bridge after the legendary Penn State coach. PennLive.com reported Friday that state Rep. Michael Regan (R) plans to introduce a bill that would christen the Pennsylvania Turnpike bridge over the Susquehanna River the “Joseph V. Paterno Memorial Bridge.” Regan has not commented directly on the bill, which has not yet (per PennLive) been “formally introduced.” But a May 21 letter looking for co-sponsors for the bill, Regan wrote that the bridge renaming would “honor the football career of…

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    No Appeal

    New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft disagrees with the way in which NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has gone about punishing his football team for Deflategate, but Kraft’s conflict with the NFL and the commissioner are going to end there. Speaking at the NFL owners meetings in San Francisco on Tuesday, Kraft informed reporters — and NFL fans everywhere — that the Patriots will accept the penalties handed down by the NFL. The team will not appeal its punishment. “I don’t want to continue the rhetoric that has gone on for the last four months,” Kraft said. “I’m going to accept,…

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    Fran Fisher’s Appearance on SJS August 2014

    Here’s both hours of the Steve Jones Show from August 29, 2014 where Steve talked with Lou Prato and Fran Fisher about Penn State Football. Hour 1 Hour 2

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    Legendary Nittany Lions Voice Fran Fisher Dies

    He brought Penn State football to the radio, gave us the Nittany Lion logo nicknamed the “Chipmunk” and brought us memorable moments like a national championship call in the 1983 Sugar Bowl. Legendary radio voice of Nittany Lions football, Fran Fisher, died Thursday at the age of 91. Jerry Fisher, one of Fran’s sons, tweeted about his father’s passing Thursday morning. “I lost my hero, mentor, and the greatest man I have ever known this morning! Rest in peace Pop, the true Mr. Penn State” – @JerryFisherPSU Fisher was inducted into Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters’ Hall of Fame and an Honorary Alumni of…

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“Paterno Bridge”?

May 27, 2015

One Pennsylvania lawmaker believes the time is right to once again honor Joe Paterno — and do so by naming a major state bridge after the legendary Penn State coach. PennLive.com reported Friday that state Rep. Michael Regan (R) plans to introduce a bill that would christen the Pennsylvania Turnpike bridge over the Susquehanna River the “Joseph V. Paterno Memorial Bridge.” Regan has not commented directly on the bill, which has not yet (per PennLive) been “formally introduced.” But a May 21 letter looking for co-sponsors for the bill, Regan wrote that the bridge renaming would “honor the football career of…

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Fran Fisher’s Appearance on SJS August 2014

May 14, 2015

Here’s both hours of the Steve Jones Show from August 29, 2014 where Steve talked with Lou Prato and Fran Fisher about Penn State Football. Hour 1 Hour 2

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Soccer Scandal

Top officials from FIFA, the international governing body of soccer, were arrested on federal corruption charges Wednesday morning at a luxury hotel in Zurich, Switzerland. The arrests came at the behest of the United States Justice Department in what The New York Times described as an “extraordinary early-morning operation.” The paper, which first reported the news citing three Swiss law enforcement sources, notes that charges against the soccer executives, some of whom were not in attendance, range from wire fraud to racketeering to money laundering. The officials will be sent to stand trial in the United States, which has an…

joepa

“Paterno Bridge”?

One Pennsylvania lawmaker believes the time is right to once again honor Joe Paterno — and do so by naming a major state bridge after the legendary Penn State coach. PennLive.com reported Friday that state Rep. Michael Regan (R) plans to introduce a bill that would christen the Pennsylvania Turnpike bridge over the Susquehanna River the “Joseph V. Paterno Memorial Bridge.” Regan has not commented directly on the bill, which has not yet (per PennLive) been “formally introduced.” But a May 21 letter looking for co-sponsors for the bill, Regan wrote that the bridge renaming would “honor the football career of…

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No Appeal

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft disagrees with the way in which NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has gone about punishing his football team for Deflategate, but Kraft’s conflict with the NFL and the commissioner are going to end there. Speaking at the NFL owners meetings in San Francisco on Tuesday, Kraft informed reporters — and NFL fans everywhere — that the Patriots will accept the penalties handed down by the NFL. The team will not appeal its punishment. “I don’t want to continue the rhetoric that has gone on for the last four months,” Kraft said. “I’m going to accept,…

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Fran Fisher’s Appearance on SJS August 2014

Here’s both hours of the Steve Jones Show from August 29, 2014 where Steve talked with Lou Prato and Fran Fisher about Penn State Football. Hour 1 Hour 2