Saturday, August 4, 2012
Sean Lee remains a model for Penn State
By Tim MacMahon
OXNARD, Calif. -- Sean Lee is Penn State.
Actually, Sean Lee is what Penn State is supposed to be.
Lee, the Dallas Cowboys' defensive quarterback, epitomizes everything Joe Paterno's program represented before the sickening Jerry Sandusky scandal put a permanent stain on a reputation that had been sterling for decades.
Lee is a phenomenal football player. He's also the kind of man you'd be proud to have your daughter marry. That was evident by his firm, level-headed recent comments emphasizing the importance of supporting Sandusky's victims and the people who are still part of the Penn State football program, as well as expressing disappointment that such a horrible situation was allowed to happen at a place known as Happy Valley.
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