Jack Ham On Paterno’s Firing: “There Had To Be A Clean Break”

PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Former Penn State All-American Jack Ham calls in to the Vinnie & Cook Show on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan to reflect on a difficult week in Happy Valley.

Jack shares his thoughts on how the university has handled the week, and what Joe Paterno meant to his career.

Jack also tells us what he expects to see on and off the field on Saturday, and what to expect from Tom Bradley going forward.

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One Comment

  1. piblogger says:

    While to many who read my post comment on Saturday believe that Joe Paterno’s silence is morally reprehensible and unacceptable, silence on the part of those that are directly or indirectly aware of an abusers activities is nothing new and points to a much larger issue relative to prevention as much as it does accountability . . . http://wp.me/pydAP-2Hz

  2. MustafaJohnson says:

    Good thing Jack had the right opinion on this or he would have been fired too like Franco. Ah life in OBAMAMERICA in 2011.

  3. Jan Lennartsen says:

    In America people are innocent until proven guilty. Sandusky has been charged only by a grand jury, has had no hearing, has certainly had no trial, and all the cited allegations in the indictment that are serious have major holes in them like victims for the two alleged statutory rape cases, for inexplicable and confused reports of conduct by people involved in one case which people are now remarking, and in the other case the one supposed witness is not able to testify from dementia too severe to let him testify. And now Mayor Ravenstahl wants Harris to resign because he said nice things about Paterno? Who even this flawed indictment praised? Hmmn, wasn’t it Franco’s kid who dared to run vs. Ravenstahl last election as an independent? Jack you are wrong in this one. For both people. Sandusky is innocent and Paterno is blameless. Until a trail occurs.

    1. Jan Lennartsen says:

      er, trial that is.

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