Penn State great Franco Harris isn’t done defending his former coach Joe Paterno. From the outset of the Jerry Sandusky scandal, Harris has been steadfast in his belief that Paterno should not have been held accountable for the actions of Sandusky over many years. Harris has continually questioned the Paterno’s firing and the removal of the Paterno statute outside of Beaver Stadium.
On Thursday, Harris continued his defense of Paterno by traveling to Los Angeles to attend an event where NCAA President Mark Emmert was speaking to confront Emmert about the Penn State sanctions.
Harris, along with filmmaker John Ziegler attempted to ask Emmert a series of questions while filming the encounter. They were asked to stop filming and when they refuse, police were called.
Former Steeler and Penn State running back Franco Harris and documentarian John Ziegler attended a Los Angeles event today to ask NCAA president Mark Emmert a question about the Penn State sanctions, and the police were cal...