Conflicting Reports on Status of Paterno Statue
Earlier today, a Twitter storm ensued when Kimberly Jones of the NFL Network and Bonnie Bernstein of ESPN, along with the Chicago Tribune, reported that the Penn State Board of Trustees had voted to remove the Joe Paterno statue.
Shortly after those tweets, several members of the Board of Trustees responded, refuting the reports.
It’s just another saga in the Paterno statue debate that’s reached a boiling point over the last few days. If Lubrano and McCombie are being honest, it looks like Erickson will have the final say in the statue’s fate. We’ll have more as this story develops.
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