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Paterno Family Releases Their Response to the Freeh Report

It's been over a year since Joe Paterno passed away, and it's been over six months since former FBI director Louis Freeh released his damning findings concerning Paterno and Penn State's role in the Sandusky trial.

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‘Icetime’ – Exploring the Sports of Central America

Welcome to another addition of 'Icetime' with Brandon Cohn.  Today's topics include the NCAA's penalties imposed on Penn State,  the Yankees acquisition of Ichiro Suzuki, and Team USA.  My thanks to everyone for listening

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More Meaningless Gestures Faster! The Onion on JoePa’s Statue [VIDEO]

A classic "Get Out Of My Face" from The Onion's bombastic duo of sports yellers on Joe Paterno, the strange beings that inhabit bunkers on British links courses and the May 2012 Baltimore Orioles...who'll probably be nothing like the September 2012 Orioles.

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‘Say it ain’t so, Joe:’ Freeh Report Seals Joe Paterno’s Legacy

We’ve had over 24 hours to digest the Freeh report, and if you were on the  fence about joe paterno and his legacy, it’s now pretty hard to view the Sandusky case as little more than a footnote in an otherwise brilliant and inspiring career

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Should Penn State Rename Its Football Stadium After Joe Paterno? — Survey of the Day

A year ago, it seemed inevitable that Penn State would eventually name its football stadium after legendary coach Joe Paterno.

 

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Paterno Remembered in Emotional Ceremony

Nearly 12,000 people packed the Bryce Jordan Center on the campus of Penn State to pay tribute to the man affectionately known as 'JoePa.'  Undoubtedly, millions more watched on television.

Former players, colleagues, and friends shared stories, laughs, and tears

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A Legend’s Asterisk: Paterno Not Above His Own Law [OPINION]

"ESPN staged a college sports morals summit. Paterno and Mike Krzyzewski agreed to star. ESPN cast the pair as The Men Who Did Things The Right Way, as if the right way could be found in the twists, turns and trapdoors of an NCAA rules manual."

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Rest in Peace “Joe Pa”

Have you ever asked yourself the question, how will people remember me when I am gone?  Each and everyone of us will be remembered by our accomplishments in our lives.  More importantly, our lives should be looked at in the aspect of how many other people's lives we had an impact on during our time here on this Earth.

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Legendary Penn State Football Coach Joe Paterno Dies at 85

Former Penn State coach Joe Paterno, the all-time leader in college football history who was involved in the Jerry Sandusky scandal at Penn State, has died at age 85 of lung cancer.

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Joe Paterno Afflicted with Lung Cancer After Firing From Penn State

Less than 10 days after being fired from a job he held for nearly 46 years, former Penn State coach Joe Paterno revealed Friday he has lung cancer. A statement delivered by son Scott Paterno said the cancer is treatable and doctors expect the coaching legend to make a full recovery.

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