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Examples of "joe_paterno"
Szott played college football at Penn State for legendary football coach Joe Paterno.
Celebrities such as Joe Paterno, Michael Bolton, Jim Kelly, Lynn Swann, and many more
She is the widow of football coach Joe Paterno, who led the Penn State Nittany Lions from 1966 to 2011.
Including former head coach Joe Paterno, 22 Nittany Lion players and coaches have been selected for the College Football Hall of Fame.
In 2015 Duquesne introduced the Paterno Legacy Series to commemorate late football coach Joe Paterno. The brewery reported the commemorative cans sold quickly.
Brian Cuban has been a repeatedly interviewed and quoted source for opinions about the Penn State sex abuse scandal, Joe Paterno, Jerry Sandusky, and Penn State.
In 2015 Fusina was elected to the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame (PSHF) along with his head coach Joe Paterno and teammate, kicker Matt Bahr.
Penn State's third undefeated season under Joe Paterno was led by John Cappelletti who would become the first Penn State player to win the Heisman Trophy.
After the game, quarterback Rob Bolden and his father requested to transfer from Penn State. However, their request was denied by Joe Paterno later.
In July 2012, following the Penn State child sex abuse scandal, the NCAA vacated the 2011 award given to Joe Paterno.
In 1993, Reade authored a booked titled "Coaching Football Successfully" (ISBN 087322518X), for which Penn State's Joe Paterno wrote the foreword.
--Joe Paterno was inducted in 2007 and remained as a head coach at Penn State until he was fired during the 2011 season.
This game was known for being the eighth, and ultimately final meeting, between the two coaches, Joe Paterno of Penn State and Bobby Bowden of Florida State.
The win tied Joe Paterno with Florida State's Bobby Bowden atop the career wins list among major college coaches with his 373rd win.
Penn State finished the season ranked #25 in the final USA Today college football poll, earning Penn State its 33rd Top 25 finish under Joe Paterno.
In January 2012, Jenkins secured an interview with Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) football coach Joe Paterno shortly before his death. During the interview, she asked his views on the Jerry Sandusky sexual molestation allegations. In Jenkins's "Washington Post" column following the interview, she wrote: "Joe Paterno was a liar, there's no doubt about that now ...Paterno fell prey to the single most corrosive sin in sports: the belief that winning on the field makes you better and more important than other people."
Harris briefly worked with The Meadows Racetrack and Casino in 2011, before the casino suspended the relationship after Harris' comments in support of Joe Paterno, his coach while at Penn State, during the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal.
Manz and Sims use the examples of Joe Paterno, head football coach for Penn State from 1966–2011, and Phil Jackson, head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers basketball team, as examples of superleadership in sport.
The 1976 Penn State Nittany Lions football team represented the Pennsylvania State University in the 1976 NCAA Division I football season. The team was coached by Joe Paterno and played its home games in Beaver Stadium in University Park, Pennsylvania.
Miller was the last true freshman to start at quarterback and open a season for Penn State at that position, until Robert Bolden was selected by coach Joe Paterno to open the Nittany Lions 2010 season.