The beer comes out next month. Maybe beer really can fix anything — even late Penn State coach Joe Paterno's controversial legacy. Pittsburgh-based Duquesne Beer will release Paterno Legacy Series lager next month, and so far, it's a huge hit. Show More Summary
It’s “very, very drinkable.”
As the dust has largely settled around Joe Paterno—the late Penn State football coach who became embroiled in the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse scandal of 2011—a Pittsburgh-based brewery is releasing a beer in honor of ol' JoePa. And nobody is complaining.
Hopefully it ends up in the same trash heap as Joe Paterno's statue.
A Pennsylvania brewery is naming a beer in honor of Joe Paterno, the former Penn State football coach fired for concealing Jerry Sandusky's sexual abuse.
The beer will be available in mid-August.
A new beer named in honor of Joe Paterno will hit the market later this summer, just in time for the fall tailgating season. The former Penn State football coach, who died in 2012 at the age of 85, will be honored with the Paterno Legacy Series, suds that have the stamp of approval from […]
Among the 12 names on this year's list of inductees into the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame is one that, for a time, was getting frantically scrubbed from every trophy, award and history book in college football: Joe Paterno. PennShow More Summary
The last few months of Joe Paterno's life could not have been good. Forced out of Penn State amidst the Jerry Sandusky scandal, the winningest coach in College Football History failed to leave coaching with the dignity that he always showcased on the field. Show More Summary
Joe Paterno's legacy remains a very controversial subject, but that hasn't stopped one Pennsylvania lawmaker from campaigning to have a bridge named after the longtime Penn State football coach.
As Penn State's football program was coming out of the Joe Paterno era, the school was looking to make a big splash by hiring Bill Parcells as its next head coach. According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, citing Parcells' new book,...Show More Summary
According to a poll taken by Quinnipiac University, 59 percent of Pennsylvania residents want a statue of former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno restored to a prominent place on the school’s campus. Per the Associated Press, just 29 percent of the state’s residents would oppose such a move. The poll also revealed that most […]
By Daniel Kelley PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - Pennsylvania residents overwhelmingly support restoration of the Joe Paterno statue on Penn State's campus, according to a new survey by Quinnipiac University. In a poll of 1,023 residents, 59...Show More Summary
The NCAA in January returned 112 wins to Penn State that had been taken away as part of a slew of penalties following the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal.
Last week, the NCAA restored the 111 victories that were taken from the late Joe Paterno because of the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal at Penn State and now another coach wants his wins back, too. Bobby Bowden, the former Florida State coach, wants 12 wins that were vacated by a academic scandal to be […]
The Penn State hockey team added a sticker with the number “409” to their helmets for Friday night’s game against Michigan State — a move designed to celebrate the fact that the NCAA last week reinstated the full number of wins earned by late Penn State football Coach Joe Paterno in his career. Show More Summary
Friday's announcement that the NCAA would restore Joe Paterno's 409 wins, stripped in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal, led to jubilation in State College. That included shows of support from other athletes: Penn State's men's hockey team wore stickers reading "409" on their helmets for that night's game. Show More Summary
The NCAA has reached a settlement with Penn State following controversy over its initial sanctions.
Bad honor to win.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — Hundreds of Penn State students rallied and marched Friday to celebrate the career of late football coach Joe Paterno and the NCAA's agreement to restore 112 team victories deducted amid the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal.