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Joe Paterno – Now Remembered for His Worst at Penn State

Posted on 22 Jul, 2012, by in NFL

People are judged in life according to their worst actions. Usually, after they pass away, they’re remembered for their best, unless their worst is something worth a few years in jail. For whatever good Joe Paterno did in his life and especially his work with Penn State, it’ll be forever tainted by knowing and saying nothing about the heinous crimes committed by Jerry Sandusky against children. More

Joe Paterno’s Death and Achievements Don’t Erase His Disgrace

Posted on 22 Jan, 2012, by in NFL

Joe Paterno passed away this Sunday after a two month battle with lung cancer at the age of 85. Paterno won more games the highest level of College Football than any other coach in history, but his seemingly never ending tenure with Penn State was over in Mid-November after the Jerry Sandusky sex scandal. More

College Football Scandals in 2011

Posted on 10 Nov, 2011, by in Featured

Joe Paterno fired due to Jerry Sandusky’s crimes at Penn State, Jim Tressel at Ohio State, Nevin Shapiro and Miami players, John Junker and his Fiesta with Fiesta Bowl money. 2011 is a year full of scandals in College Football, and we haven’t even gotten to the BCS Rankings annual controversies. More

Joe Paterno Will be Remembered For the Good, Eventually

Posted on 9 Nov, 2011, by in NFL

Joe Paterno announced he will step down as head coach of the Nittany Lions when the season ends, but he may be forced to leave sooner than that. His legacy and achievements, despite the dire look of things now, will be remembered. His inaction, we hope didn’t define him. His winning, teaching and longevity, we hope, did. More

The End of the Joe Paterno Era

Posted on 9 Nov, 2011, by in NFL

Penn State and Joe Paterno, no more. The Jerry Sandusky scandal made waves and they hit the shore fast. After being the head coach of the Penn State Nittany Lions Football program since 1966, 45 years, at 84, Joe Pa steps down amid terrible controversy, allegations, and an unknown legal future. More