Graham Spanier asks for extension of time to respond to new allegations from Louis Freeh in Centre County defamation suit.
Graham Spanier asks for extension of time to respond to new allegations from Louis Freeh in Centre County defamation suit. Matt Rourke AP file photo
Graham Spanier asks for extension of time to respond to new allegations from Louis Freeh in Centre County defamation suit. Matt Rourke AP file photo

Spanier asks for more time to respond to Freeh

May 24, 2017 02:06 PM

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