Originally written on It's Always Sunny in Detroit  |  Last updated 11/18/14

ORLANDO, FL - JANUARY 1: Head coach Joe Paterno of the Penn State Nittany Lions leaves the field following the 2010 Capital One Bowl against the LSU Tigers at the Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium on January 1, 2010 in Orlando, Florida. Penn State won 19-17. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
Plenty of disgust is currently filling Happy Valley with the sickening details of former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky's interactions with little boys coming out what seems like every hour. Media members and the general public are calling for the heads of anyone who had an inkling of knowledge of Sandusky's escapades, including head football coach Joe Paterno.

The Penn State administration cancelled a press conference today in which Paterno was to address the media because of the ongoing legal investigation. Paterno's son Scott announced on Twitter that Joe wanted to talk, but it didn't end up happening - until an outpouring of students met outside his home.


Paterno first spoke out of a window, but then came outside in his socks because it was hard to hear him. Police estimated roughly 300 students gathered.

The New York Times is reporting that the PSU Board of Trustees are discussing forcing Paterno out.


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