Joe Paterno's inaction
Competing reports don't matter much in light of coach's failure
You can debate whether Penn State and a considerable portion of the general public were too hasty in accepting the Freeh report. You can debate whether the NCAA acted fairly in levying essentially a death penalty against Penn State football for its mishandling of abuse allegations against Jerry Sandusky, a sicko who used his status as an assistant coach to develop a charity aimed at children and to prey on boys.
And now that the Paterno family has released the findings from its own ...
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