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The Lion Shrine


Prepare yourselves for the "new and improved" Lion Shrine.

Partisanship: All ESPN's fault


I just think it's funny that people are blaming espn for something...


"One Team Commitment" Point Clarification

I’m sure all of you have had a chance to digest the new Nittany Lion Club donation levels and point schemes with the “One Team Commitment” plan that was unveiled last week. Just in case you...

Rise and Rally


It's nice to see the community pulling together and doing whatever they can to support the team. If you're in the State College area, set your alarm early next Tuesday!


Penn State – the 2nd private school in the B1G? Would it be possible to amend Penn State’s charter and become a private school? I’ve been toying with this idea...

Sally Jenkins on the Kornheiser Radio Show


You need to listen to Tony Kornheiser’s interview with Sally Jenkins. It is clear why the Paterno’s picked her to do the interview. She makes some wonderful statements and you can hear how she has been moved by this experience. It is great to hear "outsiders" speak so rationally and thoughtfully of this situation. Best quote of the entire conversation: ‘I think it’s a mistake to say that Joe Paterno had nothing but football in his life… He clearly had a great marriage; he had 17 grandkids, 5 kids. The house was full of laughter and his family was funny. He said, "I’m not sitting around crying for myself." You know, people underestimate just how strong he was emotionally. Joe Paterno would have recovered from what happened at Penn State. He couldn’t recover from lung cancer. You know, lung cancer killed him. Actually, I think the chemotherapy killed him even more than the cancer. But I really disagree that what happened at the end of his career, you know, literally killed him or hastened his death. I think Joe Paterno was more man than that.’ Go here: Show name: 01-23-12 The Tony Kornheiser Show Hour 2 section It starts at 14 min and goes til 28.5 min mark.

Public Memorial Announced


Not sure we're all going to fit...

Erickson Interview


While I don't think he has done a good job of "getting in front of the narrative", I do believe he is sincere. Take a few minutes to watch the video and see for yourself. PS. I'll be going to the town hall tomorrow, so we'll see if my opinion changes...


My Thoughts On Things

For the past two months, I have been fairly level headed and cautiously optimistic when trying to deal with everything. This morning my husband sent me a link to a stupid article (ironically found...

JoePa's Birthday And Everyone's Invited!


Happy 85th Birthday, Joe! If we can raise 500k, we can send 100k birthday cards, right?! Somebody please bump this to the main page... bc we all know no one is going to see this over here. Thanks!

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