Paterno could be last of ilk in college football
A flag and Penn State scarf are displayed on a statue of former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno outside Beaver Stadium on the Penn State campus as fans pay their respects after learning of Paterno's death Sunday, Jan.
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#1 Jan 23, 2012
last of his ilk? It's doubtful. The old boys network is as strong as ever. But this P.O.S. will forever be linked to a scandal he and the shool could have stopped but didn't. He chose to forget about it and it was business as usual. After all, It's about the game.
#2 Jan 23, 2012
There has been more anti-Tebow activity by those who are all about ''the game''. The pages of posts who attack a young man who is religious and doesn't hide it are enough reason to believe the mentality of what the game is about speaks says a great deal. The Game. It's all about winning. At any cost It's about the drunken, hell raising parties before and after. It's inside loyalty. Keep your mouths shut and win, win, win. The money that flows in as a result is more important than some kid who got ''touched up'' by Sandusky. It'll blow over. Just keep your eye on the ball and win!
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