Below is a series of photos from the Board of Trustees Press Conference, the silent gathering at the JoePa statue following the announcement of his firing, and the scene downtown.
After 62 years, 409 wins, 2 national championships, millions of dollars donated, one library, and countless lives touched, Joe Paterno is going out in the worst possible way. After a lengthy private meeting, Penn State's Board of Trustees announced in a press conference late Wednesday that Joe Paterno, the face of a university, and perhaps of college football, would not be able to leave this football team on his own terms.
As the dominoes continue to topple from the fallout of the Jerry Sandusky scandal, the Penn Sate University Board of Trustees voted today to remove Graham Spanier from his role as University President, effective immediately.
Quick. Don't think. Who is prime suspect number one in the scandal involving Penn State right now?
Gary Cattell, the Willard Preacher, has been speaking in support of Paterno to crowds of students and admonishing the administration for their treatment of his resignation.
As of this afternoon, McLanahan’s will begin selling shirts for Saturday’s game against Nebraska, which has been declared a Blueout.
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