Al Pacino will play Joe Paterno in a movie about the late Penn State football coach.
The FBI kept a thick file on Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, but it mostly involves threatening letters sent to him and his staff years ago, and there’s no mention of his former assistant Jerry Sandusky, who was convicted this year of molesting boys.
Penn State’s punishment from the NCAA did not include the “Death Penalty” of losing any seasons of football. To date, Southern Methodist University remains the only school in history to be hit with the ultimate punishment.
It was misguided and reactionary to take down the statue of Joe Paterno outside of Beaver Stadium.
In the wake of the scandal last November Paterno himself said “I wish I would’ve done more.”
The Joe Paterno statue has officially been taken down from its worshipped pedestal in front of Beaver Stadium.
The NCAA sanctions on Penn State University include a $60 million fine, a four-year postseason ban, and vacating Joe Paterno’s wins from 1998 through 2001.
Ten months ago, when winds of the Jerry Sandusky horror blew through America, bringing with it and leaving behind horror, deception, and denial, many partisan parties scrambled to defend their own.
An attorney for the city of Grambling, La., has filed a request to the NCAA asking the governing body vacate some of Joe Paterno’s record 409 Football Bowl Subdivision victories.
Olympic hopeful Kayla Harrison says she’s still enraged by the sexual abuse scandal that engulfed Penn State and resulted in the firing of longtime football coach Joe Paterno.
Despite your warm-n-cuddly attempts to script a Hallmark movie, Joe Pa didn’t die of a broken heart.
Former President George H.W. Bush says he was “deeply saddened” by the death of his friend, ex-Penn State football coach Joe Paterno.