The changing of the Penn State jerseys has generated a tremendous amount of interest and discussion – especially in the social media world.
For those who have been under a rock for the last month, Penn State announced that it is adding a blue ribbon to its jersey to support the end of child abuse. In addition, the Nittany Lions will also have their names on the back of their jerseys.
Given everything that has happened, I doubt there will be a large outcry about the ribbon. It’s a small gesture – but one that Penn State needs to make.
The name on the back of the jersey, however, is another matter.
There has been a ton of reaction – much of it negative.
Michael Zordich, though, made a passionate plea that it really shouldn’t be something to argue against.
Zordich talked about the reasons that coach Bill O’Brien made the decision.
He said O’Brien wanted to recognize the players that are sticking it out, recognize the players that are honoring Penn State – both the football te...