A couple questions keep popping up on Sodahead. I’m going to be using them a lot here for a while.
Paterno was aware of a whole slate of felonies occurring and chose to ignore them. These felonies resulted in violence and perverse actions against children. It’s not a question of “if” any more. He was a good football coach. He won lots of games. That doesn’t make him great in an academic environment. He also was responsible for a lot of pain and agony by children by allowing the molester to continue using the Penn State facilities for years after it was known what he was doing.
If this situation doesn’t merit the NCAA death penalty, nothing does.
And quite frankly, Penn State football isn’t the only thing that merits the death penalty.
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Pennsylvania doesn't dick around with rape:
§ 3121. Rape
(a)Offense defined.--A person commits a felony of the first degree when the person engages in sexual intercourse with a complainant: