Joe Paterno dies at 85 after 2 month cancer battle


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I disagree.

A good coach would never have put a game (or even the Penn State Football Program) above the welfare of all of those children. I understand your point from strictly a win / loss perspective but I believe that a "coach" should be much more than what he ultimately proved himself to be.

I believe that we all have a responsibility to care for each other from predation, especially those who cannot protect themselves.



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I agree with you and unfortunately now we will never know just how much he knew. He was still a good coach on the field tho.