In January 2011, Joe Paterno learned prosecutors were investigating his longtime assistant coach Jerry Sandusky for sexually assaulting young boys. Soon, Mr. Paterno had testified before a grand jury,
33 years ago Joe Paterno had the poor judgment to remark in front of a reporter at a social gathering that he couldn’t retire from college football, because doing so would leave the game in the hand
The banality of evil, college football edition. On a related note, this is an excellent profile of Noam Chomsky.
Karen Santorum, wife of everyone’s favorite man, edited a lovely-looking book entitled Everyday Graces: A Child of Good Manners. Forward by Joe Paterno. A child of good manners accepts the abuse
The answer is, in fact, perfectly obvious: But none of the principals involved here are corporate lawyers. None of them has any ethical duty of confidentiality toward Penn State and certainly not towa
Let’s play “one of these things is not like the others” with Mr. David Brooks: First came the atrocity, then came the vanity. The atrocity is what Jerry Sandusky has been accused of
Upwards of 10 new alleged Sandusky victims have emerged. The judge who inexplicably let an alleged violent criminal facing more than 200 years go on $100,000 in unsecured bail worked for Sandusky̵
Shorter Verbatim Graham Spanier: “I have always acted honorably and in the best interests of the University.” I…Jesus. What I said applies to his latest exercise in self-congratulati