According to insiders within the Penn State program, Joe Paterno was the CEO of not just college football, but everything else surrounding the team in Happy Valley. He was cold, calculating, and in control of all that went on.
So those claiming the senility defense, “oh he’s a confused old man,”- sorry that just doesn’t fly. When something happened within his empire, he knew about it. And perhaps his enhanced planning skills were at work when he “sold” his house to his wife for a $1 less than four months before the scandal broke. Was it just a typical estate planning and wealth transfer maneuver from an 84 year old man?
Or a way to shelter himself from the storm he knew was coming?
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According to Yahoo! Sports The Postgame:
Joe Paterno’s recent real estate transaction, reported by Mark Viera and Pete Thamel of the New York Times, has led some to speculate he knew his world was going to come crumbling down around him at Penn State. The winnin...