Penn State aims to 'restore confidence'
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- The Penn State players left the field with their heads bowed, the fans mostly silent.
A lifetime worth of emotions was crammed into the past week. Shock, rage, regret and, now, exhaustion. The child sex-abuse scandal involving former assistant Jerry Sandusky cost Joe Paterno his job and, no doubt, scarred Penn State's soul.
A football game on a brilliant autumn afternoon won't erase it.
It was, however, a start.
"We've had better weeks in our ...
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