NBC sportscaster Bob Costas used the Sunday Night Football halftime show to make a pitch for gun control. It was a rare event in sports television, where talking heads aren't supposed to begin a discourse in which the destination is unknown. And this destination turned out to be quite unusual.
Former Pennsylvania State University assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, a jury and the public may soon hear eight young men describe how, when they were boys, they were allegedly befriended and sexually assaulted.
NBC Sports, home to gun-control advocate Bob Costas, is sticking with its commitment to be a sponsor of the largest U.S. gun trade show next week, a month after a school shooting in Connecticut killed 20 children.
Second Mile, the foundation for needy children started by former Penn State University assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, may not survive the scandal over charges that he molested eight boys, the charity’s vice chairman said.
If the NFL’s “Bountygate” scandal has become too complicated for you to follow -- what with the appeals, reduced suspensions, recusals and a civil suit -- here’s all you need to know: In Scott Fujita, the league chose the wrong scapegoat.