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It's taken close to three days, but finally, mercifully, it appears that even Joe Paterno's most strident apologists are admitting he cannot continue as head football coach at Penn State. No reasonable person who bothered to read the Pennsylvania attorney general's finding of fact on the allegations against longtime Nittany Lions assistant Jerry Sandusky can come to any other conclusion. Paterno is not the only university official who needs to answer for this ordeal, though. Since news of Sandusky's alleged sexual contact with minors broke Saturday and Paterno's name has been dragged over the coals, one significant voice has been...
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