December 4th, 2011
01:21 PM ET

ESPN Sat on Syracuse Scandal

Howard Kurtz's exclusive interview with ESPN's V.P. and Director of News Vince Doria.

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  7. Ann Raubenstine

    Where is the moral obligation of the media

    December 5, 2011 at 11:03 pm | Reply
  8. Ann Raubenstine

    The difference in media coverage between this and the Penn State story. Both Paterno and ESPN had secondhand information. Only one source not a collaborating one. One was the actual victim – one was an eyewitness. But in reflection Paterno did report to his superiors and ESPN kept silent and shared with no one. There are accusations of a cover up at Penn State yet Paterno told at least 4 people. Boeheim gets to claim that his disbelief is based on the fact that he knew this man for years and that everyone loves him but Paterno isn't given any such excuse and doesn't claim one.

    ESPN, Fine and Boeheim are never challenged meanwhile at Penn State is a scorched earth all out attack. The students, the fans, and the student athletes areattacked and they had nothing to do with it. Although being 9-3 the football team is looked over by bowls and now Devon Still, a hard woking young man is denied the honor of All American for the shallowness of the NCAA coaches and media. SHAME on you. The victims of Jerry Sandusky want justice, they want the criminals punished but not their peers who attend Penn State – they had nothing to do with it.

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    • Erika

      I'm sorry but I have to agree,I'm TIRED of Bo pampering T-Tragic!!! Jamal Turner can run a betetr option game than than our starting qb, so could Carnes, and so could Marsh. Everyone knows on ANY given day they could PASS BETTER!!!! Now that the HUSKERS BEST D has graduated, Bo seems to think rankings means nothing when it comes to recruits. But is IGNORING the seasons STATS, that almost resemble CALLAHAN'S D . Because he recruits the SLOWEST DL line that even NORTHWESTERN can run circles around. 4 years, NO staying in the TOP 10, 4 YEARS NO division title, 4 YEARS and we keep losing to UNRANKED TEAMS, 4 years we've only had 2 good qb's because Zac Lee & Taylor Martinez made the starter position because of their fathers name ( 1 was in the NFL, & the other rolling in $$$$ ), 4 years it's ALWAYS the same escuses by Bo. 1st it was our offense that looked PATHETIC, now it's our DEFENSE, and OUR STARTING QB. We look more like the OLD MIZZOU, put everything out to beat 1 team, and get our butts kicked by every other team in the division. NU should change their names to the Nebraska Colts ( Count On Losing This Saturday ) I've been a die HARD Husker fan, for 4 years I come on here to defend Bo and his coaching staff. I got tired of making excuses for Bill, and I'm getting very sick of making excuses for Bo!!!! This college has become NOTHING MORE than a POLITICAL PLAYGROUND. NU fans pay hundreds upon hundreds of their hard earn money to sit in the bleachers, so they can go home and listen to escuses???? You can sit at home and turn on the TV, and listen to ALL those LIEING politicians, and make escuses so they get RELECTED!!! Just like politicians, just like Bo, we hear excuses, AND NOTHING CHANGES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  11. Tahadden

    What you didn't ask is what is the law. If a teacher suspects abuse of a student, without proof and fails to report they can go to jail in this state, (Utah). If ESPN suspect that there was child abuse going on and failed to report it why isn't a violation of the law. Penn State at lest met the minimum reporting requirement, and still people lost their jobs. You didn't even ask the question so I would know why ESPN thought that reporting laws shouldn't apply to them.

    December 5, 2011 at 1:08 pm | Reply
  12. J Judge

    Your ESPN interview was a joke. All you did was toss softballs and then you have the nerve to ask if the NYT was tough enough on Sandusky. Why didn't you ask your friend, Doria about how ESPN now felt knowing that they withheld information that allowed other innocent children to become victims of Bernie Fine? Why didn't you ask him why Joe Paterno had a moral obligation to do more (even though Paterno reported the incident that was brought to his attention to a Supervisor of campus police within a day) and yet Doria and other ESPN executives did not? This is a huge story that needs to be followed. Folks at ESPN need to be accountable. Anyone aware of this tape and this abuse needs to be disciplined/fired. Their names need to be made public. CNN needs to devote the same number of hours covering this part of the Syracuse story as they have covering PSU and Sandusky. CNN also has a moral responsiblity to keep the pressure on ESPN. You can make a difference. Do you have the guts to do it or will you just point fingers and expect others to do the heavy lifting?

    December 4, 2011 at 4:40 pm | Reply

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