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Sent.FBC--PENN STATE-ABUSESTATE COLLEGE, Pa. - A day after the former Penn State assistant football coach who is charged with sexual abuse of boys declared his innocence in a television interview, an email surfaced from a key witness against him, saying he stopped an alleged attack in the team's showers. Mike McQueary, the graduate assistant who according to a grand jury report said he saw Jerry Sandusky allegedly sodomizing a boy in the locker room, claims he stopped the act and went to police. That added confusion to the already emotionally raw situation that has enveloped Penn State University. By Mark Scolforo, Maryclaire Dale and Genaro C. Armas. Sent.With:- FBC--Penn State-Abuse-Email. Sent.- STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - FBC--Penn State-Abuse-Prosecutor. By Genaro C. Armas. Sent.- STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - FBC--T25-Penn St-Bradley. Sent.COMMENTARY:FBC--PAUL NEWBERRY-111611How did we allow these games being played at institutions where the primary goal is supposed to be educating young people to become such a damning, out-of-control influence on our lives? To completely skew what we should easily recognize as the difference between right and wrong? By National Writer Paul Newberry.AP VIDEO:- Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski passes Bob Knight to become the all-time winningest coach in Division I college basketball history as the Blue Devils top Michigan State.- Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander has won the AL Cy Young Award by a unanimous vote from members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America.- Penn State interim coach Tom Bradley didn't watch Bob Costas' interview with former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky on Monday night. He, and his team, are busy preparing for Saturday's game at Ohio State.NEW/DEVELOPING:BKC--T25-KRZYZEWSKI'S RECORDNEW YORK - Mike Krzyzewski will keep adding to his record victory total. There is no doubt about that. How long he stays on the Duke bench and how far he goes past No. 903 is anyone's guess. Krzyzewski's latest victory as Duke beat Michigan State 74-69 on Tuesday night broke a tie with Bob Knight, his college coach and professional mentor, for the top spot in Division I. By Basketball Writer Jim O'Connell.BBA--AL CY YOUNGNEW YORK - Justin Verlander was ready to jump into the debate. Shortly after winning the AL Cy Young Award on Tuesday in a unanimous vote, the Detroit Tigers' ace took on the far more intriguing question: Will he capture the MVP trophy, too? By Baseball Writer Ben Walker.FBC--HIRING DIVERSITY STUDYINDIANAPOLIS - A record-breaking hiring season is helping Division I football teams earn better grades on the report card by the Black Coaches and Administrators. Twenty-one of 29 schools that had job openings last season received A's or B's. By Michael Marot. Sent.BBO--GMs MEETINGMILWAUKEE - Ed Wade is focused on conducting the offseason baseball operations of the Houston Astros, even if his future with the team is uncertain. With the proposed sale of the team from Drayton McLane to Jim Crane expected to be approved Thursday by major league owners, Wade is not fretting. He's working. By Rick Gano. Sent.HKN--GM MEETINGSTORONTO - The next player to hammer a goaltender outside the crease isn't likely to get off as easily as Milan Lucic. A discussion among the league's 30 general managers Tuesday produced a strong consensus that goalies need to be better protected - even when they stray from their own goal to play the puck. That's exactly what Buffalo's Ryan Miller was doing on Saturday night when he was hit by Lucic and was left with a concussion. Lucic's only punishment was a two-minute minor for charging.NFL:FBN--CHIEFS-PALKO'S JOURNEYKANSAS CITY, Mo. - Tyler Palko knows full well that the most popular guy in town is the backup quarterback. He's the one every fan wants to see at the first sign of trouble, whose name floats across the airwaves whenever the starter is struggling. Well, Palko has a chance to earn some of that popularity now. The Kansas City Chiefs' backup has been thrust into the spotlight with Matt Cassel sidelined with a likely season-ending injury to his throwing hand. By Dave Skretta.Also:- ENGLEWOOD, Colo. - FBN--On Football-Winning Ugly. By Arnie Stapleton. Sent.- HOUSTON - FBN--Texans-Leinart's Turn. By Chris Duncan. Sent.- HOUSTON - FBN--Texans-Schaub. Sent.- GREEN BAY, Wis. - FBN--Packers-Protecting Rodgers. By Chris Jenkins. Sent.- FLORHAM PARK, N.J. - FBN--Jets-Defending Tebow. By Dennis Waszak Jr. Sent.COLLEGE FOOTBALL:FBC--PAC-12-SAD SOUTHPHOENIX - The UCLA Bruins had a frustrating flight back from Utah, believing their hold on the Pac-12's South Division was gone after a lopsided loss to the Utes. Once they arrived at the airport, their outlook had changed. On the TV screen was the score of Arizona State's game against Washington State. The Cougars had beaten the Sun Devils and UCLA's lead in the South, earned with its victory over Arizona State the week before, was still intact. By John Marshall.FBC--T25-NEBRASKA-REELING RECEIVERSLINCOLN, Neb. - Nebraska wide receivers dropped four passes against Northwestern and three more against Penn State, and the No. 17 Cornhuskers' receptions leader over the first half of the season hasn't caught a ball in three games. The mantra heading into this week's game at No. 20 Michigan? Practice, practice, practice. By Eric Olson.FBC--T25-MICHIGAN ST-ROBINSONEAST LANSING, Mich. - As he prepares for his final home game, Michigan State's Trenton Robinson is wondering where the time went. When Robinson arrived at Michigan State, he didn't seem destined to be a star. The Spartans signed the defensive back with little fanfare in 2008. But after playing a bit as a freshman and starting seven games as a sophomore, Robinson became a mainstay in the secondary. By Noah Trister.Also:- HATTIESBURG, Miss. - FBC--T25-Southern Miss-Briggs. By David Brandt.- AUBURN, Ala. - FBC--Humbled Auburn. By John Zenor.- NORMAN, Okla. - FBC--T25-Oklahoma's Second Chance. By Jeff Latzke. Sent.- BATON ROUGE, La. - FBC--T25-LSU-Dominant Defense. By Brett Martel.FEATURES:GLF--PRESIDENTS CUPMELBOURNE, Australia - Tiger Woods on the tee wearing an American flag instead of a swoosh. Steve Williams right there with him, standing guard over a bag. It might look like any of the previous 44 times they were together in a Presidents Cup or Ryder Cup. Far from it. By Golf Writer Doug Ferguson.WITH:- MELBOURNE, Australia - GLF--Presidents Cup Notebook. By Dennis Passa.- MELBOURNE, Australia - GLF--Presidents Cup-2015-SKorea. By Dennis Passa. Sent.---ALSO:- SEOUL, South Korea - SWM--Thorpe's Comeback. Sent.---ALSO SENT PREVIOUSLY:- SAN DIEGO - SAI--America's Cup. By Bernie Wilson.- LOS ANGELES - BKC--UCLA-Wooden Statue.- UNDATED - TEN--ATP Finals-Fish. By Tennis Writer Howard Fendrich.- LONDON - TEN--ATP Finals.- UNDATED - CAR--IndyCar-Ganassi-Sponsor. By Auto Racing Writer Jenna Fryer.- AUSTIN, Texas - CAR--F1-US Grand Prix. By Jim Vertuno.- CHARLOTTE, N.C. - CAR--NASCAR-Patrick-Crew Chief Penalized.- DETROIT - BKN--Iverson-Lawsuit.- NEW YORK - MMA--UFC Lawsuit.- NEW YORK - SOC--MLS Goalkeeper-Keller.---Wednesday's Time ScheduleCOLLEGE BASKETBALLTop 25MenNo. 9 Pittsburgh vs. Long Beach State, 9 p.m.No. 14 Wisconsin vs. Colgate, 8 p.m.No. 25 Florida State vs. Stetson, 7 p.m.WomenNo. 10 Maryland vs. Towson, 7 p.m.No. 14 Georgetown at No. 20 LSU, 8 p.m.No. 15 Rutgers vs. Boston College, 7:30 p.m.No. 19 North Carolina vs. UNC Greensboro, 7 p.m.No. 25 Texas Tech at Houston, 8 p.m.NHLCarolina at Montreal, 7 p.m.New Jersey at Buffalo, 7:30 p.m.Chicago at Vancouver, 10 p.m.Anaheim at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m.