The family of Joe Paterno wants to serve subpoenas to The Big Ten Conference and a Chicago law firm as part of the discovery process of the family’s lawsuit against the NCAA and Penn State. Scott Paterno is one of the plaintiffs.
The family of Joe Paterno wants to serve subpoenas to The Big Ten Conference and a Chicago law firm as part of the discovery process of the family’s lawsuit against the NCAA and Penn State. Scott Paterno is one of the plaintiffs. CDT file photo
The family of Joe Paterno wants to serve subpoenas to The Big Ten Conference and a Chicago law firm as part of the discovery process of the family’s lawsuit against the NCAA and Penn State. Scott Paterno is one of the plaintiffs. CDT file photo

Paterno lawyers to subpoena Big Ten for NCAA records about sanctions

March 14, 2014 03:23 PM

UPDATED March 15, 2014 12:36 AM

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