Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky has been found guilty of molesting 10 boys over 15 years. The jury, which had deliberated for just over 20 hours, found Sandusky guilty in 45 of the 48 counts in his child sexual abuse case.

After the verdict was read, Sandusky was taken to county jail to await sentencing in about three months. During the trial, Sandusky never took the stand in his own defense.

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Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling, joining Dennis & Callahan in studio for 90 minutes Friday morning, said he is "tapped out" financially following the demise of his video game company.

Schilling said he invested "just north of $50 million" of his own money and lost it all. "I'm tapped out," he insisted.

Spurs guard Tony Parker on Thursday filed a lawsuit against a New York City nightclub for $20 million after he received a scratched retina during a fight involving singer Chris Brown and hip-hop star Drake. The dispute apparently centered around the singer Rihanna, who both men have dated. Parker accused the W.i.P. club in SoHo of being negligent in security and supervision for allowing the fight to happen.

LeBron James might have won over some fans for fighting through leg cramps in the final minutes to help the Heat defeat the Thunder in Tuesday night's Game 4 of the NBA finals, but some hockey players were not impressed.

Tweeted Ducks center Nick Bonino: We get it Lebron, it doesn’t hurt when you’re running around but it looks unbearable when the cameras are close up during the timeouts.

Added Capitals minor leaguer Ryan Potulny: Lebron James is embarrassing himself and the NBA or actually all athletes.

Rays pitcher Joel Peralta was ejected from Tuesday night's 5-4 victory over the Nationals after umpires found "a significant amount of pine tar" on his glove when he entered the game in the eighth inning. Peralta, who pitched for the Nationals in 2010, appears to have been exposed by a former teammate, as Washington manager Davey Johnson requested the inspection after "a rumor that he liked a little pine tar."

Peralta tipped his cap to the Nationals dugout as he left the field.

League MVP LeBron James received the most votes from the league's coaches for the NBA All-Defensive team, but Thunder forward Serge Ibaka isn't impressed with his performance in the finals.

"LeBron is not a good defender," Ibaka said. "He can play defense for 2-3 minutes but not 48 minutes."

The Heat have won the last two games in the NBA finals to take a 2-1 series lead, and both games featured controversial calls that benefited LeBron James and left the Thunder frustrated.

In the closing seconds of Thursday's Game 2, James escaped a foul call despite clearly making contact with Kevin Durant as the Thunder star attempted a game-tying shot. In Sunday's Game 3, James was the beneficiary of a generous foul call with 16 seconds left that allowed him to essentially put the game away with a free throw.

Webb Simpson shot a final-round 68 on Sunday to catch third-round leaders Jim Furyk and Graeme McDowell and win the U.S. Open at The Olympic Club in San Francisco. Both Furyk and McDowell had an opportunity to catch Simpson with a birdie on 18, but neither could turn the trick, as Furyk ended up with a bogey and McDowell couldn't connect on a 24-foot birdie putt. It was the first major win for Simpson, who was the runner-up at the U.S. Amateur at Olympic Club in 2007.

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Boston University announced Friday that it will leave the America East Conference for the Patriot League after the 2012-13 season.

"This is a really unique opportunity for us to challenge ourselves," BU athletic director Mike Lynch said in a statement. "We will be entering a league that embodies the ideal of valuing academics as the highest priority while sponsoring very competitive athletic programs. That is our commitment too."

Yahoo! Sports writer Dan Wetzel joined Dennis & Callahan on Friday to discuss the ongoing trial of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.

After the first four days of witnesses from the prosecution, Wetzel said the alleged victims that were called to the stand were very powerful.