If ever there was a time to make a statement and show your support for our late Coach Joe Paterno, well my friends the time is now. The more the days, weeks, months, and yes almost 3 years later have gone by, the more clarity everyone has that above all one thing is clear, Joe Paterno did everything in his legal power and followed the proper procedures when it came to reporting the events that were reported to him. Almost 3 years later the NCAA has put into effect a new policy on how to handle a sexual situation that is reported on campus to a coach. The newly adopted policy should be named “The Paterno Way”, because for all intent purposes the policy reads like a mirror image to exactly how Joe Paterno carried out his legal duty. Take the time, visit the NCAA website, look it up for yourself, it’s there in black and white, I just can’t make something like this up.

Now we have found out almost 3 years later that the NCAA, after hitting Penn State with massive fines, having wins taken away, scholarships taken away, ruining a great man’s life, and of course threatening the death penalty to the football program altogether if the Board of Trustees didn’t agree, well, surprise, surprise, the emails were released from the leaders of the NCAA and it was all a bluff. They admit in the emails back and forth that they knew they had no legal grounds to even suggest a “death penalty” on Penn State, let alone revoke wins just because they felt from 1998 to 2011 Penn State was a dominate force in football. It didn’t have anything to do with Sandusky, it was all about trying to ruin the best program in college history, and take down the man who made it that way for 61 years. Yes, with the help of the mainstream media, and every Penn State hater, Joe Paterno hater across the Country, including our own Board of Trustees which included Tom Corbett, they threw the greatest person under the bus that ever graced the grounds of our campus, combined with a pile of garbage put together by Louis Freeh, well, let’s admit it, the NCAA won the battle, all of them in my opinion contributed to the death of Joe Paterno, literally.

The case is moving forward, yes it’s still going to take time, but guess what folks, they can have the battle win, we Penn Staters who have never given up are continuing to move forward without forgetting our past, and we are going to win the WAR, mark my words, we are going to win the WAR.

Please join Sue Paterno, who signed this petition on October 17th, 2013, Jay Paterno who signed at the 2012 Blue/White game, combined with Ki-Jana Carter, OJ McDuffie, Scott Lefko, Adam Taliaferro, Peter Curkendall, Todd Blackledge, Anthony Cleary, Andrew Pitz, Brian Masella, Stephen Obeng-Agyapong, Steven Michael Joseph, Mike Meade, Chris Mazyck, and more who are in full support of this grand gesture. The Beaver Family fully supports this petition to honor 2 great men that have done so many good things for Penn State! 64,000 Plus have signed; now it’s your turn to become a part of History, let’s win game #410 for Joe.

This is a simple way of giving back to a man who spent basically his entire life making sure that the students who went to Penn State would have the tools they needed, and the professional buildings that they needed to do their jobs. He was so much more than just a football coach, he was a mentor to thousands of students over the years, probably in the hundreds of thousands, and this is a way to honor the legacy that he worked so hard to create. We will stand tall, we will right the wrong that has been done to his name, we will not stop until this goal has been finalized, like Joe Paterno, we will not give up the fight!

Letter to
The Penn State Board Of Trustees
I just signed the following petition addressed to: The Penn State Board Of Trustees.

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Make "PATERNO FIELD" at Beaver Stadium

This is a simple way of giving back to a man who spent basically his entire life giving making sure that the students who went to Penn State would have the tools they needed, and the professional buildings that they needed to do their jobs. He was so much more than just a football coach, he was a mentor to thousands of students over the years, probably in the hundreds of thousands, and this is a way to honor the legacy that he worked so hard to create. We will stand tall, we will right the wrong that has been done to his name, we will not stop until this goal has been finalized, like Joe Paterno, we will not give up the fight!
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Sincerely,