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(ESPN)   Penn State invites the media to take part in its Spring game. Writers for Nickelodeon magazine invited to hit the showers postgame   ( espn.com) divider line
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2017-04-20 02:24:33 PM  
Subby,

*slow, rhythmic clapping sound*
 
2017-04-20 02:38:56 PM  
The second mile is the hardest mile.
 
2017-04-20 04:15:25 PM  

Jake Havechek: The second mile is the hardest mile.


PHRASING!
 
2017-04-20 05:58:17 PM  
FTFA: "They ended the season with a thrilling 52-49 loss to USC in the Rose Bowl"

As a devoted UCLA fan since 1972, even I was cheering for the University of Spoiled Children in that one.

/Thanks Sandusky, look what you made me do
//You bastard!
 
2017-04-20 06:07:00 PM  
The coach said the writers should catch some punts and kicks, as well as do some stuff.
Is that what Penn State calling it now?
 
2017-04-20 06:43:02 PM  
How do they know it's shower time?  When the big hand touches the little hand.
 
2017-04-20 07:13:22 PM  

Henry Holland: FTFA: "They ended the season with a thrilling 52-49 loss to USC in the Rose Bowl"

As a devoted UCLA fan since 1972, even I was cheering for the University of Spoiled Children in that one.

/Thanks Sandusky, look what you made me do
//You bastard!


Don't blame Sandusky for that. Blame him for what he did.

Blame Paterno and the administration for covering it up. If they reported it and Sandusky got thrown in a cage it would have been fine for the school.
 
2017-04-21 01:33:45 AM  

Henry Holland: FTFA: "They ended the season with a thrilling 52-49 loss to USC in the Rose Bowl"

As a devoted UCLA fan since 1972, even I was cheering for the University of Spoiled Children in that one.

/Thanks Sandusky, look what you made me do
//You bastard!


Damn that was an awesome game.
 
2017-04-21 01:30:43 PM  

dywed88: Henry Holland: FTFA: "They ended the season with a thrilling 52-49 loss to USC in the Rose Bowl"

As a devoted UCLA fan since 1972, even I was cheering for the University of Spoiled Children in that one.

/Thanks Sandusky, look what you made me do
//You bastard!

Don't blame Sandusky for that. Blame him for what he did.

Blame Paterno and the administration for covering it up. If they reported it and Sandusky got thrown in a cage it would have been fine for the school.


They covered it up because they thought it would destroy the football program forever.  They should have known that after the fact, the cult has kept it as alive as ever.
 
2017-04-21 02:28:30 PM  

JJRRutgers: dywed88: Henry Holland: FTFA: "They ended the season with a thrilling 52-49 loss to USC in the Rose Bowl"

As a devoted UCLA fan since 1972, even I was cheering for the University of Spoiled Children in that one.

/Thanks Sandusky, look what you made me do
//You bastard!

Don't blame Sandusky for that. Blame him for what he did.

Blame Paterno and the administration for covering it up. If they reported it and Sandusky got thrown in a cage it would have been fine for the school.

They covered it up because they thought it would destroy the football program forever.  They should have known that after the fact, the cult has kept it as alive as ever.


Sandusky being outed from the start would have made the school look bad for a bit, but they could proudly proclaim that they did everything in their power to protect the kid and aside from the occasional joke there would be no lasting impact.

The cover up is the only thing the school and coach did that was wrong. Other things may not have been peeffect but these were objectively wrong.
 
2017-04-21 02:33:52 PM  

dywed88: Sandusky being outed from the start would have made the school look bad for a bit, but they could proudly proclaim that they did everything in their power to protect the kid and aside from the occasional joke there would be no lasting impact.

The cover up is the only thing the school and coach did that was wrong. Other things may not have been peeffect but these were objectively wrong.



I occasionally remind my Dad that he ultimately made the right choice of choosing West Virginia University over Penn State.

/When I was in high school, he told me that he had regrets about that.
 
2017-04-21 02:35:58 PM  
Follow-up:

I'd rather come from a school known for burning couches than a school known for a sick f*ck who raped boys, and then that school tried to cover it up.
 
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