He should stay, he wasn't involved.
He should stay, he did what his part by reporting it to somebody.
He should go, he didn't do enough.
He should go, he's ultimately responsible no matter what.
I have no clue. Fill me in.
Holy ****, you don't hear people talking about some one other than Paterno in a thread about Paterno, except that a fair number of posts actually do talk about him.I guess that's why you see all those comments expressing it.....oh wait, you don't
JoePa was on his last leg as a coach anyway.
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On November 7, Pennsylvania state police Commissioner Frank Noonan said that Paterno fulfilled his legal obligation to report suspected abuse, although "somebody has to question about what I would consider the moral requirements for a human being that knows of sexual things that are taking place with a child," and that, "I think you have the moral responsibility, anyone. Not whether you're a football coach or a university president or the guy sweeping the building or the guy who actually witnessed the abuse. I think you have a moral responsibility to call us."
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