Remembering Joe Paterno
The final chance for the Penn State community to say goodbye to former Nittany Lions football coach Joe Paterno was held Thursday.. A public service, called “A Memorial for Joe,” took place at the Bryce Jordan Center on Penn State’s campus.
People from all over, including those from the Pittsburgh area, paid their respects to Joe Paterno at today’s memorial service at Penn State University.
Distance did not stop students at Penn State University’s satellite campus in Beaver County from honoring and remembering Joe Paterno today.
Ahead of Thursday’s public memorial, a final viewing and private service are being held today for former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno.
While thousands of people flocked to Penn State’s campus to pay their respects to Joe Paterno, other events were being held at branch campuses in honor of the legendary coach.
Thousands of people are expected to pay their respects to former, long-time Penn State football coach Joe Paterno as the public viewing begins this afternoon in State College, Pa.
Students are still showing up at the statue dedicated to Joe Paterno to pay their respects, but the Spiritual Center is preparing for the throngs of people expected to show up for the public viewings.
To say Joe Paterno was a legend to Penn State fans is an understatement. Even with the end of his career embroiled in such controversy, Paterno will always hold a special place in the hearts of many Penn State alumni.
Reaction over Joe Paterno’s death continues to pour in and the calls were non-stop Monday morning on 93-7 The Fan.
Former Penn State LB and Pro Football Hall of Famer Jack Ham joins Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan.
Former Penn State RB Adam Taliaferro calls in to Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan.
Thousands of people gathered to honor beloved former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno in a candlelight vigil Sunday night; and the Nittany Lion community will have several more opportunities to show their love and respect for the man they affectionately called, “JoePa.”
Today’s rain and cold weather has not stopped the outpouring of love at Penn State for Joe Paterno. A statue of the beloved record-breaking coach has turned into a makeshift memorial where students, alumni, and many more have been gathering to mourn his death.
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Former Pitt football Coach Dave Wannstedt talks with KDKA-AM’s Larry Richert and John Shumway about Joe Paterno’s life and legacy.
Former Penn State quarterback Chuck Fusina told that The Fan Morning Show that he has instilled lessons he learned from Joe Paterno in his own children.