Beyond: Penn St. Special Report

Dave Revsine, along with analysts Gerry DiNardo and Chris Martin, hosted a 90-minute special Wednesday on the ongoing Penn State scandal. The crew discussed the latest developments and offered their thoughts on what Penn State and Joe Paterno, who announced he will retire at the end of the season, should do next.’s Andy Staples and the Chicago Tribune’s Teddy Greenstein also made their weekly appearances, plus Revsine interviewed D.J. Dozier, Adam Taliaferro and Michael Haynes. Watch our analysts’ take now and see all our video clips from the show in this post.

Earlier Wednesday, senior writer Tom Dienhart posted a column on the scandal. Penn State and Jim Delany both released an official statement Wednesday, as well. Read Penn State’s here, and Delany’s here. You can also catch up on all the latest Penn State news with our AP story archive, which updates throughout the day. And read all of’s Paterno coverage here.

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Joe on 11/10/2011 @ 10:05am EDT Said:

Enough about PSU! Lets get back to football and let the judicial system handle this!

    Tom Dienhart, Senior Writer on 11/10/2011 @ 10:22am EDT Said:

    We all would love to get back to football, but our thoughts and concerns must remain round the victims for now in what I feel is the greatest tragedy in college sports annals.

bob jones on 11/10/2011 @ 4:22pm EDT Said:

Just heard a comment from Barry Switzer, who had some of his own problems, say that considering how close coaches are, that there is no way that the whole staff didn’t know about what was going on, which, if true, is even more devastating, if possible.