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The Prosecution Rests on the Legacy of JoePa

Joe Paterno may the greatest college football coach in history, but not that or 40 years of good deeds can overshadow his new legacy as a pedophile-protector, Inhistoric writes.

Why It Isn't Wrong To Attack The Recently-Departed JoePa

The media should spend less time celebrating JoePa, and more time finding out how an 85-year-old man could make such an egregious error, Inhistoric writes.

Joe Paterno's Death Leaves LaVar Arrington And Others With Lots Left To Say

As former Penn State Nittany Lions like LaVar Arrington deal with Joe Paterno's death, others are considering his legacy. The answer depends on whether you truly knew JoePa, or just what you were told.

Joe Paterno: A Legend's Career

With the passing of Penn State's legendary head coach Joe Paterno, SB Nation looks back on the long and storied career of this extraordinary college football icon.

O'Brien Bitching: Where PSU Fans Senselessly Gripe About Their New Coach

The author of Inhistoric goes on a rampage over the outrage expressed at the hiring of Bill O'Brien. It has very little to do with sports history, but who cares?

Penn State fans need to stop trying to change the subject by blaming the media

I go to Penn State, and I've heard many idiotic defenses of Joe Paterno over the last few days. My Penn State brethren are grasping at straws. They don't want to discuss the actual culpability that Paterno has, so what do they do? The cling to something they can vehemently protest instead -- the media.

The necessity of morality

Joe Paterno is one of the greatest college coaches ever, but he created a tolerance of misbehavior that ultimately doomed him, and it will haunt his legacy for the rest of time.

PHOTO: 'May No Act Of Ours Bring Shame'


Joe Paterno Sign: Penn State sex scandal photo.

Joe Paterno's Getting Old Again, And It's Killing Penn State's Recruiting


↵ ↵The last time Joe Paterno was old was in the middle of the last decade, when Penn State started flailing around so impotently that Kirk Ferentz voluntarily took a safety in a game he led...

JoePa Loses Glasses (On Purpose)


Joe Paterno has been the face of Penn State football for more than 44 years, and that face, until now, has always been adorned with thick framed glasses. Well, not any more. From FightonState.com...

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