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Judge handling civil case says NCAA entitled to more information about Jay Paterno's job hunt


HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania — A Pennsylvania judge is giving the NCAA the ability to get more information about efforts by a son of Penn State's legendary football coach Joe Paterno to find employment.

Centre County court officials made public Monday an order directing former assistant football coaches and Bill Kenney to provide complete responses about their efforts to find work before 2011, the year the child sexual abuse scandal broke.

doesn't have to produce drafts and notes from writing "Paterno Legacy," but he does have to give the defendants polling data and other information about his short-lived 2014 candidacy for lieutenant governor.

Kenney, Paterno and Paterno's father's estate are pursuing a civil claim against college sports' governing body.

A second filing suggests trial is likely a year away.

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