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Nov
9
Joe PaternoAP Photo/Matt RourkeGreeny and Golic spent the morning discussing the Penn State scandal.

ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit says there was no excuse for Penn State coach Joe Paterno to only report what he had learned about Jerry Sandusky to the athletic director. Listen

ESPN reporter Tom Rinaldi says Penn State president Graham Spanier may not be in power anymore. Plus, Rinaldi says coach Joe Paterno was surprised when his Tuesday press conference was canceled. Listen

ESPN's Jay Bilas says there is no way Penn State president Graham Spanier should keep his job. Plus, Bilas says Joe Paterno should not be allowed to coach on Saturday. Listen

ESPN Radio 1450 in State College host and Altoona Mirror writer Cory Giger says neither Penn State coach Joe Paterno nor wide receivers coach Mike McQueary should be allowed to coach on Saturday. Listen

ESPN's Rece Davis says he thinks coach Joe Paterno needs to resign in light of the allegations about former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky. Listen

ESPN college football analyst and Penn State alum Todd Blackledge says he was shocked and disgusted by the allegations at Penn State. Plus, Blackledge says he is conflicted about whether Joe Paterno should coach on Saturday. Listen

ESPN's Chris Fowler says Penn State has to remove administrators from power simply to protect the brand of the university. Listen

Grantland.com writer Michael Weinreb says Penn State coach Joe Paterno was adored by everyone associated with the football program. Listen

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