Found January 20, 2012 on
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Yup….another apology. No it’s not the small website/newspaper covering their ass, this time it’s the big boys. CBSSports.com has issued a formal apology on it’s website, to the Paterno family after reporting that Paterno had died, earlier this evening. I still don’t think this weak ass apology will help CBS from getting sued, but hey…worth a shot.
Here is what CBS said...
Can’t say that I am surprised by this.
The only thing the man has known for six decades is Penn State and that was snatched away from him, so he doesn’t have much to live for.
Plus the stress over the way he was dismissed can’t be helping anything.
Former Penn State coach Joe Paterno is in serious condition after experiencing health complications from lung cancer.
Thirteen of the 32 members of Penn State's Board of Trustees sat down with The New York Times yesterday to finally tell their side of the story. The resulting published narrative walks us through how the board reacted in the immediate aftermath of the release of the Jerry Sandusky grand jury presentment, culminating with their decision to fire...
Just hours after reports surfaced that Joe Paterno was near death, the legendary Penn State coach has passed away.
A banking executive has been selected to guide Penn State's Board of Trustees through the aftermath of the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
Conspicuous by its absence, perhaps?
As of very early Sunday morning, Penn State's athletics website and its regular website have no information about how its former football coach Joe Paterno is battling for his life.
Penn State's website (click here) even has a collection for news, but there is no mention of JoePa's failing health or the statement his family issued...
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - Illinois coach Bruce Weber talked about the importance of bringing his players "back to Earth"...
CFT: Several Penn State trustees sat down with the New York Times to discuss the “painful decision” to dismiss coach Joe Paterno as well as the tumultuous days after Jerry Sandusky’s indictment in early November.
A group of Penn State University trustees say they decided to fire legendary football coach Joe Paterno in part because he didn't do enough after learning of an alleged child sex assault involving a former assistant. They also cited concerns Paterno couldn't effectively lead the team in the face of the scandal.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -- Penn State President Rodney Erickson is trying to address the perception that the university isn't being as open and honest as it could be in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
Penn State's embattled Board of Trustees meets Friday for the first time since the chaotic week in November when the school was enveloped in scandal following child sex abuse allegations brought against a retired assistant football coach.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -- Penn State will pay out a total of roughly $4.4 million in severance to more than a half-dozen assistants who weren't retained by new head coach Bill O'Brien.