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just goes to prove "you can't mend a broken heart". Now you can rest in peace. Thanks Joe.
My condolences to the Paterno family. I lost my father last year to lung cancer and know the battle that entails. Joe can now rest peacefully, remember all the good he has taught and the good he has done. RIP JoePa.
My heart and prayers goes out to Joe's family and the Penn State Nation. I wish it could of ended on a better note but Joe's Memory will live on. Not only did College Football Lose a great coach and person but so did our entire nation. RIP Joe I am sure you are in Heaven now.
RIP Joe Pa. His legacy will never be tarnished.
R.I.P JoePa, you are a LEGEND and will ALWAYS be remembered, not for the dark cloud over psu now but for the wonderful person you are and all that you have done for the college football world. Truly a sad day. RIP good sir, and GO BUCKS!
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Joe, you left us with moments that we will never forget. We are thinking of you, your family, and all the Penn State faithful at this time.
As a Buckeye for life with close family ties to Penn State, I/we share your grief and wish the best for his family and for Lion Nation.
Joe joins Woody and Bo in heaven. Together they must be sharing a laugh or wry smile noting the changes that have come to college football...some good and some bad. Woody and Bo must be asking Joe what Twitter is all about -- and when did 17 year old boys take to the airwaves, courtesy of ESPN to announce their college football intentions? Wouldn't we all want to know how Joe would respond?
Today....we put childish message board insults aside and celebrate a great coach and family man. For that... and for now....let's all agree.
This post was edited by Nutinpa on 1/22/2012 at 4:39 PM
My prayers are with the Penn State Nation.
I posted this elsewhere, but it is amazing how many outsiders have come here this weekend with well-wishes. I'm sure Joe's family will be pleased if/when they see all of this.
As I suggested on the other post - if any of you have it in your hearts and wallets, please consider donating to THON this year, as Joe requested. Let's give him the respect he deserves...
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