Penn St. honored the late Joe Paterno during Saturday's 34-27 win
For those unfamiliar with the tainted legacy of Penn St.'s 46-year coach, JoPa covered up child molesting habits
of one of his assistants, Jerry Sandusky (no, not Gerry Sandusky
) dating all the way back to 1976. 1976! Sandusky continued coaching at Penn St. until 2011, during which he had several more illegal sexual encounters with young boys. Sandusky was convicted to 30 to 60 years in prison.
With all that information public, it's surprising that Penn St. decided to honor the man, and so many Penn St. fans
and players still support him. Former Penn St. player Franco Harris must have taken too many hits to the head during his playing days, because he thinks, "an apology is in order,"
to all the former players and Penn St. fans for removing Paterno's bronze statue back in 2012. That's gotta be one of the stupidest things we've heard in quite some time, and we've read through Trump's Twitter
We agree with the school's own paper, which sums it up in the most politically correct way possible: "Penn State needs a reality check."