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JoePa Cancels Philly Appearance

Joe Paterno was slated for an appearance today in Philadelphia, but could not make it due to illness. It appears that our beloved coach/local deity is suffering “lingering effects of an adverse reaction to antibiotic treatment for dental work,” says GoPSUSports. He is also recovering from a bout with the flu which caused him to cancel the last two “Evening with Joe” events held (These events are sponsored by the Alumni Foundation and Nittany Lion Club).

All ticket holders can get refunds to these events in the same way they were purchased, and it should be all taken care of within four weeks, according to a press release issued by Penn State.

Fortunately, JoePa is feeling much better now. However, his doctor is advising him not to leave State College until he’s fully recovered.

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