Legendary ESPN broadcaster Bob Ley received a very kind, very crazy letter today. It's from someone who thinks Joe Paterno is still alive and hiding out in central Pennsylvania. It's prefaced by, "Hope this doesn't sound too much like...Show More Summary
In today’s ADD social media news feed climate, even the biggest stories of the year can come and go in a matter of days. That’s why in the wake of [...] The post Naturally, Someone Believes That Joe Paterno Might Have Faked His Death appeared first on With Leather.
This guy must have bought a stamp and everything.
Like a lot of folks, I’ve been following the whole story on the role of the media concerning abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell. There’s a lot to said about media ethics and double standards. Last night, I watched a Huff Post Live segment on the case, which I consider some of the best coverage I’ve seen so far. Show More Summary
Joe Pa lives forever.
"From Beaver Stadium in State College, Pa. Coach Joe Paterno has been critical this spring, calling the Nittany Lions a very average team..." Read more...
When asking the question, “who is the greatest college football coach ever?” you are a lot more likely to hear names like Bear Bryant, Knute Rockne, Joe Paterno, Bobby Bowden, Tom Osborne or Nick Saban than Steve Spurrier. Yes, Spurrier...Show More Summary
Widow of late Penn State football coach says "we unknowingly helped" Jerry Sandusky "groom" his victims
Joe Paterno’s widow said the she and her late husband knew nothing of the rampant sexual abuse that was taking place right under their noses at Penn State University. Speaking at a program celebrating Child Abuse Awareness Month, Sue Paterno said she and Joe Paterno were ignorant about sexual predators like Jerry Sandusky and didn’t [...]Show More Summary
Strategies of the Great Football Coaches Nuwer 1988 Submitter: I was horrified to find Joe Paterno featured in this book about great football coaches. It is from a high school library. Funny how the quotes and chapter titles can be so right and so wrong at the same time: Joe Paterno: His Defense Never Rests. [...]
We told you yesterday about filmmaker John Ziegler's lunatic shouting tour to promote his jailhouse interview with Jerry Sandusky. Ziegler had hoped to use that interview to help rescue Joe Paterno and other Penn State officials from allegations that they covered up Jerry Sandusky's sex crimes against children. That effort has backfired spectacularly. Read more...
The filmmaker behind the controversial documentary, The Framing of Joe Paterno, is threatening to release the identity of Jerry Sandusky’s “Victim 2,” RadarOnline.com is reporting. PHOTOS: Celebrity Mugshots Conservative… READ ON
Convicted child rapist and former Penn State University football coach Jerry Sandusky continued to dispute his conviction and said that he didn’t know if former long-time Penn State head coach Joe Paterno had any suspicion that there was any wrongdoing. Sandusky, in tape-recorded interviews from the prison where he is serving at least 30 years [...]
Jerry Sandusky has broken his silence on the Penn State sexual abuse scandal, giving an interview from prison in which he says head football coach Joe Paterno would not have kept him on the school's coaching staff if Paterno knew he was a pedophile. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Today Matt Lauer Joe Paterno Jerry Sandusky
In his first interview since going to prison in October, former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky disputed the account of a key witness and said legendary coach Joe Paterno would never have let him coach if he thought Sandusky was a pedophile. “If he (Pate …
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky said he was unsure if former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno suspected he abused underage boys, and he maintained his innocence in interview excerpts aired on NBC's "Today" show on Mond...
Jerry Sandusky says that if Penn State coach Joe Paterno "absolutely thought" he was a pedophile, he would not have let him coach. "If he had a suspicion, I don't know the answer to that," he says. He made the statement in the course of 3.5 hours of telephone...
The convicted abuser says he's not sure how Joe Paterno would have reacted if knew he was a pedophile.
While Joe Paterno's vacated wins and a four-year bowl ban is what made headlines back in July, the heftiest sanction the Penn State football program will have to endure is the loss of scholarships. This isn't breaking news, but sometimes it gets overlooked. Show More Summary
The Big Ten entered a state of transition over the past two years, with great longtime coaches like Jim Tressel and Joe Paterno moving on and many new coaches stepping in all over the conference. Although Wisconsin has carried the flag...Show More Summary