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    Ooops Penn State Ex-Coach, Others Charged in Child Sex Case

    I'll take Miami's scandal with a Ponzi schemer getting kids some hookers and boat rides anyday.



    http://www.foxnews.com/sports/2011/1...hild-sex-case/


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    Didn't realize Penn State was a Catholic school.

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    This is a pretty disgusting story. A lot of heads are going to roll for this.
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    REading stuff, it's very sick. There are gonna be a lot of changes in State College. The question is how much of this goes on JoePa? He did nothing legally wrong, but there is NO WAY he didn't know what was going on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChambersWI View Post
    REading stuff, it's very sick. There are gonna be a lot of changes in State College. The question is how much of this goes on JoePa? He did nothing legally wrong, but there is NO WAY he didn't know what was going on.
    I think this is his last year. Either he retires or he's forced out. It sickens me that a person can hear about this happening, and bring it up with his AD instead of the police.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChambersWI View Post
    REading stuff, it's very sick. There are gonna be a lot of changes in State College. The question is how much of this goes on JoePa? He did nothing legally wrong, but there is NO WAY he didn't know what was going on.
    It may not be considered illegal, but the fact that he didn't call the police is ridiculous. I don't care what the state of pa rules say for state employees. He's an adult who should've either confronted sandusky or called the police.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChambersWI View Post
    REading stuff, it's very sick. There are gonna be a lot of changes in State College. The question is how much of this goes on JoePa? He did nothing legally wrong, but there is NO WAY he didn't know what was going on.
    What Sandusky did was absolutely disgusting and I hope he gets locked up for the rest of his life for this. He is a monster.

    I see a lot of people blaming Paterno, and he does deserve some blame, but lets not make it out to be like he was a mastermind behind a huge cover up. McQuerry reported the incident to Paterno and he immediately reported it to Curley. As far as the law is concerned, Paterno did exactly what he was supposed to do. Curley and Schultz are the ones that swept it under the rug and now they are going to pay for their actions. Perhaps Paterno should have followed up on the incident, but lets not make Paterno out to be a bad guy in this. He did what he was required to do. Sandusky was not a coach anymore for the team, so Paterno had no real power over him in that situation.

    All of these incidents occurred through the The Second Mile, not the Penn State football team, it is why guys like Curley and Schultz are in big trouble.

    It has been widely speculated up here that this will be Paterno's last season. Has nothing to do with the Sandusky news, it has everything to do with Paterno's health and the fact that his contract is up. The rumor circulating over a month ago is that Urban Meyer might already have a wink wink deal to become the head coach in 2012. If not him, I could easily see Penn State putting a call into Al Golden, who you know would hop on the first available plane to ink that deal. Who wouldn't want to escape the mess that is the Hurricanes program? Also, don't try to compare the Sandusky news to what is going on with the Hurricanes, one is directly team related(Hurricanes), the other is a former coach using the college campus with no direct ties to the football team.

    This is certainly a bad situation and a black eye for Penn State, and heads will roll, but in no way affects the football team in the present or the future. I look forward to rooting my Lions on to hopefully a victory this weekend against Nebraska. If they win two of their final three games they will clinch a spot in the first ever Big Ten Championship game.

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