Should Penn State honor the memory of Joe Paterno during a football game? | The Tylt
Joe Paterno could have gone down as one of the greatest college football coaches in history. But near the end of his life he was caught up in a scandal where testimony suggests he covered up sexual abuse by defensive coach Jerry Sandusky going as far back as the 1970s. In a football match Sept. 17 Penn State plans to honor the 50th anniversary of Paterno's first game as head coach. Many are questioning if this is the right thing to do.
Should Penn State honor the memory of Joe Paterno during a football game?
The Joe Paterno debate underscores the question: to what extent do bystanders who witness crime bear responsibility, both moral & criminal?— Shannon Fisher (@MsShannonFisher) September 1, 2016
Today, you've got a decision to make. You're gonna get better or you're gonna get worse, but you're not gonna stay the same. – Joe Paterno— Coach Quotes (@CoachMotto) September 3, 2016