What your view of sports and life would be if you had too many concussions

Great Moments In Joe Paterno History: JoePa Has A Run Longer Than His Offense Does

In 2006 during the Ohio State game, midway through the second quarter, Penn State is preparing to punt on 4th down when suddenly Joe Paterno trots into the backfield as if he’s going to take the snap.  But he keeps going…in a beeline for the Penn State locker room. Stranger still, JoePa doesn’t return until after the third quarter starts.

When asked about his sudden absence, he says he has “the flu,” but there is one thing we notice…He was wearing black pants in the first half and khakis in the second half. He never explains the wardrobe change, but I think we all know what happened…

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One comment on “Great Moments In Joe Paterno History: JoePa Has A Run Longer Than His Offense Does

  1. sportsattitudes
    August 30, 2011

    Ya gotta go…ya gotta go…


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