Joe Paterno leaves lasting legacy
Joe Paterno, NCAA Division I's all-time winningest coach who won two national championships and 409 games in 46 seasons at Penn State, died of complications from lung cancer Sunday at Mount Nittany Medical Center in State College, Pa., at the age of 85.
Penn State officials said Paterno experienced further complications from treatment for lung cancer over the last week, and his family summoned close friends and former staff members to the hospital on Saturday. Paterno revealed his cancer ...
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JOE PATERNO: 1926-2012
Legendary Penn State coach Joe Paterno, NCAA Division I's all-time winningest coach, has died at the age of 85. He ended his historic career mired in scandal, leaving the question of his legacy unanswered. Maisel and Schlabach »