Joe Paterno Dead At 85
Check out this portion of Phil Knight’s speech at Joe Paterno’s funeral.
Check out the video of a Jeep crashing through the funeral of former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno.
Minutes before the 32-member board of trustees voted to fire head football coach Joe Paterno on Nov. 9, Gov. Tom Corbett offered a piece of advice to the board.
The second day of a three-day period of public mourning for Joe Paterno will culminate with the funeral and burial for the Hall of Fame football coach who became the face of Penn State University.
From 1887 to 1891, Penn State University played the first 22 football games of its existence, and managed to do so in the most curious fashion possible.
Jerry Sandusky, the retired Penn State assistant coach who faces child sex abuse charges in a case that led to the firing of Joe Paterno, called the death of his former boss a sad loss Sunday.
At least two tickets were posted on eBay, with the price reaching $99,509 before the website shut down the auction.
Former Penn State coach Joe Paterno will be buried Wednesday, and his family has scheduled three days of public memorial events this week.
The painting features notable Penn Staters such as Joe Paterno. One day after Paterno died, a halo was painted over his head.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett has ordered the state’s flags lowered to half-staff in honor of legendary Penn State coach Joe Paterno.
With all the horror that surrounds the Penn State child sex abuse scandal, one college football expert thinks there are many lessons to be learned.
Yes, you read that headline correctly. Former Penn State head football coach Joe Paterno died too early.
One day after the passing of Joe Paterno, many in the Penn State community are struggling to make sense of the events of the last three months.
A member of Penn State’s alumni board of directors living in Chicago said the sex abuse scandal that cost Joe Paterno his job as coach shouldn’t obliterate his otherwise exceptional career.
No number of victories stacks up against what these boys and their families lost. Not even 409.
Read the transcript from the Paterno family statement regarding the death of Joe Paterno:
Joe Paterno, the longtime Penn State coach who won more games than anyone in major college football but was fired amid a child sex abuse scandal that scarred his reputation for winning with integrity, died Sunday. He was 85.