After the Freeh Report further tarnished the late Joe Paterno's legacy, a group of Penn State students has decided to put any connection to the famed coach behind them. Penn State students have made a tradition of camping outside of Beaver Stadium to try and land some coveted rail-side seats for game day. In 2005, this encampment was termed "Paternoville." It will now be called "Nittanyville.
Penn State's student campout group for football games announced last night they were changing their name from Paternoville to Nittanyville, and we noted the reaction from the PSU community was swift and uncomplimentary. The Nittanyv... Read Post
Joe Paterno's legacy in the eyes of Penn State fans is never going to change. But Louis Freeh's latest round of gathered information in the Jerry Sandusky case does not do the legendary head coach any favors. Freeh and his firm have... Read Post