NEW YORK (WFAN) — With the idea of advancing the Penn State sexual abuse story, Al Dukes reached out to a student named Karisa Maxwell, who was studying at the school.

Maxwell called in on behalf of the school’s radio station on Nov. 10, 2011, and it didn’t take long before the exchange became of the most remembered moments in Boomer & Carton Show history.

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As the conversation went on, it became clear that although she wasn’t defending football coach Joe Paterno unconditionally, Maxwell did insinuate that she felt he was being made a scapegoat.

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That was all Craig had to hear as he delivered a verbal tongue lashing in the hope of talking some sense into the young journalism student. Craig didn’t hold back, either. After learning that Maxwell’s parents agreed with her sympathy for Paterno’s plight, he insinuated that she must have been raised by animals.

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From there, Craig suggested Maxwell give some serious thought to changing her major and reevaluating her values. He also said that Penn State should be ashamed that it allows her to represent the university.

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