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An Unfolding Tragedy
As football injuries mount, lawsuits increase and insurance rates soar. The game is headed toward a crisis, one that is epitomized by the helmet, which is both a barbarous weapon and inadequate protection
JOE PATERNO TOP OF THE WORLD, PA!
JOE PATERNO TOP OF THE WORLD, PA! HE'S 82. HE HAS THE CAREER- WINS RECORD. ISN'T IT TIME TO QUIT? BITE YOUR TONGUE.
What's Up With Joe Pa? Penn State coach Joe Paterno is letting loose on refs and letting it rip on offense. Is that any way for a 75-year-old legend to act?
There wasa time when Joe Paterno didn't die a little death with everyloss. "It's just one football game," he'd remind himself in theshower before heading home, ...
Not An Ordinary Joe
In the often murky world of college athletics, Penn State coach Joe Paterno is a beacon of integrity—and he knows how to win
Joe Paterno 1926—2012
Joe Paterno, who died on Sunday morning at age 85 of lung cancer, once seemed certain to be remembered forever as a man who did ...
But How 'Bout Them Lions?
Penn State's defeat of Georgia ended a long quest for a national title
ONE BIG HAPPY VALLEY FAMILY GEORGE PATERNO, PENN STATE'S RADIO COLOR MAN, OFTEN GENTLY SKEWERS BROTHER JOE
Joe Paterno isn't his own worst critic. For 21 seasons Joe, Penn State's football coach, has been subjected to the sometimes withering scrutiny ...
'THERE ARE A LOT OF PEOPLE WHO THINK I'M A PHONY AND NOW THEY THINK THEY HAVE THE PROOF'
So says Joe Paterno, who was sorely tested in his 14th year as football coach at Penn State.
Schembechler's the name. Football's his game. Brash. Curmudgeon. Know-it-all. Ranter. Raver. Hates sportswriters. Don't talk to him when he loses. Or when he wins. This year his Michigan team will win a whole bunch. May even be national champs. You'd love him. They do in Ann Arbor.
One For The Money After juggling quarterbacks against Miami, Penn State coach Joe Paterno had to bet on one for the decisive drive. He cashed in on Kevin Thompson, who in a single snap kept alive his team's title hopes
One For The Money After juggling quarterbacks against Miami, Penn State coach Joe Paterno had to bet on one for the decisive drive.