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. SI.com’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.
On Wednesday night’s 90-minute special edition of Big Ten Football & Beyond, BTN host Dave Revsine interviewed former Penn State football players D.J. Dozier, Adam Taliaferro and Michael Haynes to get their reaction to the Penn State scandal and their thoughts on their former coach Joe Paterno. Watch our interview with Dozier now and see the Taliaferro and Haynes interviews in this post. Watch all of our other video from Wednesday night’s show here.
Our season previews roll along in reverse order of expected finish. We’ve covered Penn State and Iowa. Up next: the Northwestern Wildcats.
Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany on Wednesday released a statement regarding the Penn State scandal. See the full statement in this post.
What’s unfolding at Penn State is one of the greatest tragedies in the history of collegiate sports.
On Wednesday afternoon, Penn State acting Director of Athletics Mark Sherburne released an official statement regarding the school’s recent scandal. In the statement, Sherburne wrote: “Every day we are entrusted with the lives of young people, and we do not – nor have we ever – taken that trust lightly. We are outraged that a valued trust has been broken. We can promise you that we are doing everything in our power to restore that broken trust. See the entire official release here.
No. 16 Minnesota swept tonight’s match against Michigan State at the Sports Pavilion, 3-0, improving to 15-9 on the season and 8-7 in Big Ten play. Ashley Wittman led the way for the Gophers tonight with 11 kills, while Katherine Harms was also in double figures for Minnesota with 10 kills. Read full recaps from GopherSports.com and MSUSpartans.com .