Explanation From PSU Board On Paterno’s Firing

Joe Paterno in 1998. (Rick Stewart /Allsport)

Joe Paterno in 1998. (Rick Stewart /Allsport)

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(WSCR) For the first time since the firing of Penn State head football coach Joe Paterno, the Penn State Board of Trustees addressed their decision to part ways with one of the most storied figures in college football history.

In this New York Times article, members of the board defend their decision to fire Paterno.

“I thought of the mothers of all those boys in the presentment,” trustee Stephanie Nolan Deviney recalled this week. “And I thought about what they must feel when they kiss their sons good night.”

For the full article from the New York Times, please click here.