Former Penn State Board of Trustees candidate and '64 alum, Vincent Tedesco, speaks outside of Beaver Stadium with a Joe Paterno cut-out in hand about removal of the Paterno statue.
A camoflauged Penn State ROTC hat rests upon his grey head, shielding his determined eyes from a blaring State College sunshine, but not shielding his undying disapproval of President Erickson's decision to remove the Joe Paterno statue from his face.
Watch Onward State's complete interview with the alumnus and former #PSUBoT candidate, Mr. Vincent Tedesco here.
On Monday morning at 9 a.m., NCAA President Mark Emmert will make an announcement in Indianapolis regarding sanctions against both Penn State University and the Nittany Lion football program. Below is a brief look at what a few of the penalties could entail.
The Paterno family has released a statement in response to this morning's statue removal.
CBS News has reported that a "high-ranking" source in the NCAA has said that President Mark Emmert will be handing down "unprecedented" sanctions against both Penn State football and the University.
Early this morning, President Rodney Erickson ordered the Joe Paterno statue to be removed.
President Rodney Erickson has released a statement this morning pertaining to Joe Paterno's statue.
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