According to reports, the Joe Paterno Statue has been removed from Beaver Stadium. It was loaded into a truck and is en route to a secure location until
everyone forgets about it "a permanent location is decided."
It was inevitable and shortly after 6:00 a.m. Sunday morning Penn State began blocking off access to the statue of the disgraced former coach in front of Beaver Stadium. The statue will be placed in storage. President Rodney Erickson announced the decision Sunday morning, saying it was a divisive symbol and an "obstacle …Read…
As Rodney Erickson struggle
Franco Harris read "most of" the Freeh Report (the stuff about the massive, program and university-wide cover up must have been in the last chapter) and has come to this conclusion: "there was no cover up." Even, for the sake of argument, assuming the existence of a cover up, Harris "feel[s] even more strongly about Joe…Read…
According to Don Van Natta, Jr., Penn State president Rodney Erickson is expected to make a decision on the removal of the Paterno statue within 72 hours. Kim Jones's
Penn State's plan to remove the Joe Paterno statue, which was tweeted this morning by Kimberly Jones of NFL Network/WFAN and Bonnie Bernstein