Not only is Katie Nolan one of the funniest, most refreshing voices in sports television, but she’s also one of the bravest. I don’t know if it’s sub-par ratings or just a willingness to rock the boat that gives her the freedom to call out so many figures on the unending parade of crap in […]
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A pair of spectators at Penn State’s football game against Temple fired back at protestors of Saturday’s Joe Paterno commemorative event.
Penn State worships at the altar of the ‘Nittany Lions’ football team, and less than five years after Joe Paterno was fired, university officials decided to celebrate him. After all, his team won more football games than any other, and although his former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky was convicted on 45 counts of sexual abuse... Show More Summary
On a day where Penn State not only honored Joe Paterno before their game today, fans at the game gave him a standing ovation like this man didn’t try and cover up ongoing sexual abuse of children by the hands of Jerry Sandusky. Many in the crowd gave a standing O to the video tribute to […]
Penn State honored its longtime football coach. The school skipped some things. Penn State honored Joe Paterno during its victory against Temple Saturday afternoon. It was the school’s first former commemoration of its 46-season head coach since it fired him in 2011. Show More Summary
Despite the criticism, Penn State moved forward on Saturday with its planned tribute to Joe Paterno to mark the 50th anniversary of his first game. Video tributes to the legendary coach were played during the game against Temple. And...Show More Summary
Some in the crowd turned their backs in protest
Penn State honored Joe Paterno, the former football coach who knowingly harbored serial child rapist Jerry Sandusky on his coaching staff for 33 years, multiple times throughout the first half of today’s football game between the Nittany Lions and Temple. A bevy of tributes and monuments constructed by Penn State fans preceded and followed the festivities. Read more...
Because Joe Paterno supported and enabled child rape for decades.
Penn State’s decision to honor controversial late Coach Joe Paterno during its game against Temple on Saturday evoked mixed reaction, with Nittany Lions fans giving standing ovations while Temple fans and others protested by turning their backs to the field. Show More Summary
Penn State marked the 50th anniversary of the late Joe Paterno’s first game as head football coach Saturday, introducing former players and displaying video tributes at the Nittany Lions’ game against Temple. When images of the coach were shown on the stadium scoreboard during one video, the crowd...
The Penn State Nittany Lions honored the legacy of former head coach Joe Paterno in a video during the first half of Saturday's game against Temple. DK Pittsburgh Sports' Audrey Snyder captured footage of the tribute that played on the...Show More Summary
The Nittany Lions celebrated 50 years since the late coach's first game.
Penn State public relations & crisis communication professor Steve Manuel has deleted his Twitter account after a meltdown during which the character from a confused retelling of a Marine Todd story declared that Joe Paterno did nothing...Show More Summary
Hundreds of former players gathered to celebrate their accomplishments and former coach.
Many alumni don’t seem to mind that their beloved coach was accused of failing to report concerns about Jerry Sandusky.
Commemorations will focus on Paterno's commitment to student-athletes, the school says.
Amid continued backlash from across the nation, Penn State officials have released further details about their plan to honor controversial former coach Joe Paterno. The tribute will take place during Saturday’s game against Temple, marking 50 years since Paterno debuted as the Nittany Lions coach....
More than 500 former players are expected to attend a celebration of the coach.