>>Rutgers Apologizes To Penn State Over Fans' Sandusky Signage
(Piscataway, NJ) -- Rutgers University is apologizing to Penn State after some Rutgers fans displayed signage and T-shirts referencing the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal at last weekend's football game between the two schools. Rutgers athletic director Julie Herman issued a statement Monday apologizing for the "classless display." Herman also made it clear the fans' actions in no way represent the views of the university. NBC 4 New York reports pictures of fans wearing shirts that read "Beat Ped State" were posted on an official Rutgers football Facebook page. Herman says the photos were removed immediately.
>>Man Who Fell At AT&T Stadium Still Critical
(Arlington, TX) -- The man who fell around 15 feet at AT&T Stadium in North Texas is still in critical condition. Doctor Alex Eastman is the Interim Director of the Trauma Center at Parkland Hospital in Dallas and says he's seen similar injuries before. The unidentified man plunged from the 100 section to the floor level during halftime of Saturday's UCLA-Texas Longhorns game. He was spotted talking to medics who responded to the scene. AT&T Stadium is investigating. UCLA won the game, 20-17.