I really dunno, but it doesn't look good.
The Rally Onion wants 150 fans before Opening Day.
Paterno was part of a coverup, and I think that's an accurate description of the situation. They kept the lid on the fact that Sandusky was a child molestor. Whether Paterno did that knowingly or not, I don't know.
Everyone failed in this scenario. I don't think that Paterno is a bad man. But he made a horrendous mistake, and as a man in a position of authority, he deserves to lose his job for this.
I see what you're saying about tearing the man apart, making it a witch hunt. I feel much the same way. Paterno isn't the devil here. But I disagree with you on Paterno's responsibility.
When all is said and done more is said than done.
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I agree with Paterno, this is a tragedy, in hindsight somethings should have been done differently. Let's fire the AD, the President, the coach (at the end of the year) and let's move on. Why make the more people suffer?
Joe Paterno should be fired imediately. What he did/didn't do was both immoral and irresponsible.
Penn State should not allow him to coach another game, come on campus or represent the university in any way. His lack of a moral compass and responsibility is totally reprehensible.
Greg Doyal wrote a opinion pice on cbssports that I totally agree with: http://www.cbssports.com/collegefoot...should-be-done
As I post this it's almost 1:30 PM PST. JoePa should be gone by the time hits 2:00 PM PST.
The fact is: Joe should go. NOW
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