Ex-Penn State official saw Paterno's 'dark side'

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  1. cigaretteman

    cigaretteman Well-Known Member

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    Ex-PSU official saw Paterno's 'dark side' – USATODAY.com
     
  2. ISUAgronomist

    ISUAgronomist Well-Known Member

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    Hard to take anyone seriously when they are just talking about their experiences Years/Decades later. Anyone could have done something about all these issues but turned a blind-eye to it.

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  3. gogagig

    gogagig Well-Known Member

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    STFU. You should have spoken earlier.
     
  4. Mr Janny

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    It hasn't been decades for her. She worked at Penn State from 2003 to 2007.
     
  5. ISUAgronomist

    ISUAgronomist Well-Known Member

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    I know. That's why I said years. Decades refers to the University as a whole (ie. her predecessors)
     
  6. cyclone13

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    The article stated that she challenged the power and lost. Very familiar story.
     
  7. alarson

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    If she had spoken earlier, it probably wouldve been ignored by the media in general, plus it isnt that big of a story on its own. Better for her to move on, rather than to generate publicity for herself that might make it more difficult for her to find another job.
     
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  8. cyclone13

    cyclone13 Well-Known Member

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    Anyone ever thought that JoePa is not untouchable before this scandal is delusional. The man was beyond untouchable and like other whistleblowers, she would have been public enemy no. 1. Plus, the special treatments for students-athletes are really rampant.
     

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