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.
I think he should have been allowed to retire. He didn't do enough, but he's 84 years old with a proud record and he didn't deserve to be shouldered with disproportionate blame. I hate the abuse, but there are so many other decisions in play that it just reinforces the fact that Joe Paterno is a football coach, not a professional counselor and he's also not perfect. He has been the only class act in the whole incident. He hasn't tried to cast blame elsewhere, nor complained about his treatment. He's just tried to get on with life with this huge turd crowding his lane.
I may be wrong.