Found November 08, 2011 on
Former Penn State Nittany Lion Matt Millen couldn't keep his emotions in check on Tuesday morning while the analyst appeared on ESPN to discuss the scandal at his alma mater. "It's pretty disturbing... It makes you sick," Millen said, among other things, to anchor Chris McKendry. To see Millen break down, watch below.

Matt Millen In Tears About Penn State Scandal, Mothers of Victims Angry

The impact of the revelations about Jerry Sandusky are exploding around us. Matt Millen, who attended Penn State was just on ESPN talking about how Sandusky has always been so helpful to them when he played at Penn State. Sandusky was Millen’s position coach and he was a friend of the former NFL [...]

Former Penn State LB Matt Millen Crys

  Matt Millen, former Lion gets choked up and cries after talking about alligations of Joe Paterno. Defensive coach Jerry Sandusky is charged with 40 counts of sexual misconduct.

Matt Millen Cries On ESPN While Discussing Penn State Sex Scandal

Matt Millen is well known for making the Detroit Lions suck for nearly a decade, but before he was drafting bad wide receivers in Detroit, he was an All-American defensive tackle at Penn State in the late 70′s. So he played for Joe Paterno at PSU back in the day. When broaching the Penn State sex scandal he broke down and cried. He even had the dreaded crying so hard voice crack...

Matt Millen Gets Choked Up Talking About Penn State On SportsCenter

The Jerry Sandusky scandal at Penn State is one of the most horrifying, disgusting stories in sports in quite some time.  As time has passed, the news coming out of State College has only gotten worse as more and more details become available.  There have been so many emotional reactions to the shocking story varying from rage to anger to sadness that it's hard to comprehend...

Matt Millen Crying On SportsCenter Over Joe Paterno Scandal

*Disclaimer: Matt Millen is on the honorary board of Second Mile, the foundation started by Jerry Sandusky to eventually build a stable of young boys to rape, as police allege. So, anyway, ESPN has Matt Millen on today in order to give his unbiased opinion on what should happen to Penn State. And then it happens. Matt tries to give his opinion but is overcome with emotions when...

Matt Millen Cries on ESPN Over Penn State Scandal

After Penn State decided to cancel the press conference of Joe Paterno today we all started wondering.  Could he really be more to blame than we think?  I guess we will find that out in the weeks to come, but many people are already calling for him to be let go along with other members of the Penn State staff. Matt Millen talked about the story on sports center today and couldn...

Vote For Your Week 10 Pammies Nominees!

  Happy Halloween!  I'm wondering if Craig James and Pam Ward disguised themselves as good announcers because it was unusually quiet for them with this week's nominees as some new announcers come back into the Pammies picture.  Gary Danielson and Matt Millen will look to catch up with Darth James and make this a race for the Pammies title as we move into November. As...

Child Molestation, Jerry Sandusky Finally Breaks Colin Cowherd!

Yesterday it was Matt Millen crying while thinking about his beloved university being disgraced by the Jerry Sandusky scandal. Now we have Colin Cowherd hitting the breaking point thanks to a caller telling him about living with the burden of being molested. Strong men are showing us its ok to shed a few tears over this debacle. Has Joe Paterno shed any tears? Not that we know of...
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