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Bill Moushey is a Pulitzer Prize-nominated investigative journalist who specializes in documenting abuses of the criminal justice system. He worked with the Pittsburgh Post Gazette for twenty-three years before becoming a professor in the School of Communication at Point Park University in Pittsburgh. In 1997 he won the National Press Club's Freedom of Information Award for his groundbreaking exposé of an out-of-control witness protection program.
Bob Dvorchak worked for forty-four years as a journalist with Uniontown Newspapers Inc., the Associated Press, and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. He has received awards from the American Society of Newspaper Editors and the Golden Quill awards program for deadline reporting and sportswriting.
This book is nothing new and was already outdated before being published. Clearly just some tool trying to make a quick buck off a bad situation.Published 18 months ago by Pete
Interesting to read. Wish someone would of called out Jerry years earlier! Have a group of friends to pass along to and read.Published 18 months ago by Barb Burke
This book was very well written, and informative. I went to high school with Bill Moushey so maybe I am biased! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Sally M. Conley-Oyster
If everything is true in the book then more things should have been looked into - the Second Mile, whys that Paterno did not follow through instead of leaving the higher ups do... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Joan
"Game Over" gives an indepth and thorough review of what was wrong at Penn State. It shows clearly how the most powerful people at the university allowed Jerry Sandusky to... Read morePublished 21 months ago by John A. Matta
When you consider the fact that this story still hasn't completely played out - three Penn State administrators have yet to see their day in court - the title is somewhat... Read morePublished 22 months ago by GKCooper
This book, which I thought would be an unbiased look at the issue was nothing of the sort. There is is a lot of speculation and inferences, but not a lot of hard fact. Read morePublished on October 8, 2012 by ellebelle9889
Game Over tells it like it is. It gives the good with the bad. The leaders (not the culture) at Penn State were and are responsible for not adequately addressing the scandal in... Read morePublished on September 26, 2012 by itsbull
How do you write a book about the SANDUSKY (not Joe, not Penn State)scandal when there's still trials to be had?? Read morePublished on August 30, 2012 by M. Forney