Hard work by conscientious adults against a poisoned Penn State culture has been rewarded.
Some of the Paterno Report findings are shocking, and may radically alter the way in which many have viewed the case, and the legacy of a legendary coach:
No Tebow, no Paterno, no “Linsanity.”
At this rate, they might as well just drag the statue out of storage and re-install it.
If one thing is certain, it’s that Franco Harris isn’t giving up.
It was intended to be a “moment of reflection” yesterday, during which 97,186 people could consider how their cult-like devotion to a football coach contributed to multiple violent crimes against children. Instead, the day was notable for the powerful undercurrent of defiance, misunderstanding, and willful ignorance.
Franco Harris must just not get it.
Former Penn State football player Franco Harris isn’t giving up.
Too much was at stake for Paterno to allow his football program and his vast, personal business arrangements with Second Mile connections to be brought down by scandal. So he made sure Sandusky could go about his business uninterrupted.
Former Penn State running back Franco Harris has taken a strong stance in supporting Joe Paterno since his ouster amid the Penn State child sex abuse scandal.
Former Penn State running back Franco Harris came out in support of Paterno, and it cost him an endorsement with Meadow Race Track and Casino.
Former Pittsburgh Steelers running back and Penn State alum Franco Harris didn’t mince words when asked his thoughts about the Board of Trustees’ decision to fire head coach Joe Paterno amid the swirling allegations of sexual abuse from former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky.
Super Bowl XLV kicks off Sunday between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers. With nine Super Bowl titles between the two teams, you can bet this will be an intense game.