As if the declaration has merit or meaning, the last, semantic line of defense from the Paterno Apologist is, “We’ll never truly know what happened.” We know enough. More than enough.
Jay Paterno leaned over his dying father, gave him a kiss, and whispered in his ear. “Dad, you won,” he said.
Joe Paterno, who racked up more wins than anyone else in major college football but was fired from Penn State amid a child sex abuse scandal has died. He was 85.
Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien will be Penn State’s first new head football coach in nearly a half-century, according to multiple reports.
Jay Paterno remains on staff as the quarterback coach, though it’s unclear how much longer he might stick around, too, when the school embroiled in turmoil eventually gets around to hiring a new leader for the high-profile football program.
Kim Jones joined Mike Francesa on Tuesday afternoon to provide insight on the latest developments regarding the Penn State scandal and future of Joe Paterno.