Joe Paterno Fired

Joe Paterno Uses: Jerry Sandusky Reasons For The Fall Of The Former Penn State Football Coach 
State College, PA - Once considered the heir to Joe Paterno is obvious, Jerry Sandusky location has become the man who knocked him down.
Paterno was ousted on Wednesday evening by the Board of Directors of Penn State - even though he had said earlier in the day he retired at the end of his forty-sixth season - fired because he has not done enough to stop child sexual abuse scandal focused on Sandusky. Linebacker U architect, and the most trusted assistant Paterno for the most part of three decades, Sandusky accused of molesting eight boys between 1994 and 2009."Completely floored. Will I ever imagined it," said Buffalo Bills safety Bryan Scott, who played at Penn State from 1999-2002 and sleeping with the son of Sandusky, Jon, travel on the road the first year .
"He was a guy standing in the way it interacts with the team," said Scott, "and even around children."
In reality, there was a time when the Sandusky, who by his lawyer denies the charges against him, was honored in those regions.
Penn State defensive end of 1963-66, he returned in 1969 and spent the next three decades, staff Paterno, for the last 22 as defensive coordinator. Paterno and his old school values ​​Penn State gave his identity, usually white and blue jerseys with no name, qualifications and impressive reputation squeaky clean.
But it was Sandusky defensive prowess that gave the Nittany Lions their bite.
Paterno probably would not have won national titles in 1982 and 1986 without Sandusky. Vinny Testaverde was probably still have nightmares about the Nittany Lions after Sandusky defense took him five times and forced two fumbles during the 1987 Fiesta Cup, a 14-10 victory that gave Penn State its second national title in five years.Of the 43 first team All-American at Penn State was in 1977 when the military seized power in Sandusky, 1999, when he retired, 18 were the defenders. Has produced one of the NFL Linebacker Jack Ham after caliber, Matt Millen, Shane Conlan, Lavar Arrington, just to name a few.
Joe Paterno Fired
I owe my success in the ability of Jeremiah only university to identify our strengths and to change their game plans to suit what we were all right, "Arrington said on Monday, the blog that writes the Washington Post." ... His ability to teach, I think it was a surprising and unprecedented. "
However, an entire stadium does not give an assistant coach a standing ovation as Sandusky received at home before his final retirement in 1999, regardless of how their plans are. Not even here.No, the affection and admiration of Sandusky was also rooted in what appeared to be his selfless dedication to children in need.
Father of Sandusky, art, was to lead the recreation center Brownson House in his hometown of Washington, Pennsylvania, spent so much time in the young district, which has finally moved his wife and a young Jerry in a condominium. His dedication to his father left an impression, Sandusky said, and started the second mile, a charity in 1977.The Foundation has provided vocational training and the lives of nearly 100,000 vulnerable children each year, and had the support of big names in Pennsylvania athletics. Many Nittany Lions players and coaches come to the rescue, and the Honorary Board of Directors included not only Paterno, but Arnold Palmer golf and retired Pittsburgh Steelers star Franco Harris.
Sandusky seemed to take a personal interest in the lives of dozens of children, may be Penn State practices and games, and their introduction for players who have glorified in this small community. The door of his house was always open, not to mention an extra seat at the table.
Of the six children in Sandusky and his wife, Dottie, adopted three foster children who had been in their care.
"You speak of these great human beings who are as caring for people," then the defensive line coach Joe Sarra said when Sandusky retired. "They do not come much finer than this man."
These words have another echo today.
"When I was there, Coach Paterno was a great man and coach Sandusky itself," said Anthony Adams, who played defensive tackle at Penn State 1999-02 and is now the Chicago Bears. "It 'was a total shock to me."
Sandusky has long been expected to succeed Paterno, and he refused jobs in Marshall, Temple and Maryland, hoping that the aging coach would soon retire. But Paterno has come to feel that Sandusky spent much of his time in the second mile, and he said to his assistant around May 1999, Sandusky would not become the next head coach at Penn State.
"Joe said, 'You can not do both, you can not have two masters," Paterno son, Scott, said earlier this week.
Sandusky cited his desire to spend more time at Mile time when he took early retirement after the 1999 season. But he was not particularly close with Paterno, he remained a familiar sight in the Penn State football complex. He had an office in the building Locker eastern side of the building of football, as part of its retirement program, and make Second Mile children around the football facilities.
"There were times when I was about to his children Mile seconds and for me what he thought was an excellent program," said Scott.
But the truth, Pennsylvania, the Attorney General said, is much more sordid.
Sandusky was sexual harassment, according to the indictment against him, with the foundation and its connections Penn State to prey upon young boys. And in two cases, the assaults allegedly took place at Penn State property.
The janitor said he saw a boy of about 11-13 nailed to the wall, at the same time to perform oral sex on him in Sandusky in the fall of 2000, the jury said. Two years later, then-assistant Mike McQueary Paterno will be gone and that he saw a naked showers Sandusky Penn State, sodomizing a boy of about 10
"For those who still ask me questions on the report, yes I have, but I usually read," said Arrington on Twitter. "It's like watching a family member in a coffin."
Paterno announced athletic director Tim Curley, and as Vice President, Gary Schultz, McQueary said in 2002. Both have since been accused of not reporting the incident to the authorities.
Paterno has not been charged with a moral failing. But it was criticized for not doing more to stop Sandusky, with the State Police Commissioner calling a flaw in the "moral responsibility". And Paterno said on Wednesday it wanted more than what he had done, calling it "one of the great sorrows of my life."
"For me, Joe Paterno is still a great man and he will always be a legend. Unfortunately, his legacy will obviously knows contaminated, "said Paul Posluszny, a two-time All-American linebacker at Penn State, now play the Jacksonville Jaguars." It's unfortunate, but it is reality. "


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