. . . upon discovering irrefutable evidence of Sandusky’s crimes they (being Paterno and school officials) had given him the option of retiring or face prosecution, and in the process bringing his abuses to public light.
The above is an excerpt from the November 12th PI Window blog post titled “Is Paterno as guilty as Sandusky? What may have really happened to an honourable man caught up in a predator’s web.”
The more my research uncovers the more despicable both Sandusky and those who enabled him to elude detection for so long becomes apparent . . .
In this Special Saturday evening edition of BTW! I will be joined by renown sports psychologist Dr. Jack Singer and the National Post's Jonathan Kay to talk about the Penn State Scandal, and what it means to college sports, and to the legacy of the man known has JoePa whose 61 years as a Nittanly Lion coach has made Joe Paterno and Penn State football synonymous with one another.