Joe Paterno’s son Jay, talking to Tom Rinaldi, about his late father.
Posts Tagged ‘Jay Paterno’
Yale coach Tom Williams resigns after lying about Rhodes candidacy – Campus Rivalry, USA Today
Yale Accepts Coach Williams’ Resignation – Yale Sports Publicity
Yale Bulldogs head coach Tom Williams has resigned effective the end of the year. A controversy over Williams’ Rhodes Scholarship claims that came up in November is the official reason.
When the Williams story [...]
Penn State looking for QBs to step forward – ESPN
I have not been on the “Jay Must Go” bandwagon for this most part, but after the Capital One Bowl and Matt McGloin’s 12 interceptions (not really, but it could have been), I was unhappy that Rob Bolden, the true freshman who started the season as [...]
This is the kind of game you love. I’m going to go home and get in trouble with a good stiff bourbon. Then I’m going to take a nap and get out some Ohio State tapes.
– Joe Paterno, October 20, 2001
The origin of the tradition of post-game bourbon toasts to celebrate Penn State wins is [...]
Checking in with … Jay Paterno, Part I – ESPNChecking in with … Jay Paterno, Part II – ESPNFootball season is slowly approaching. It will be here in about six weeks, but the next two weeks will be kind of quiet unless media days are in there, I haven’t checked. Jay Paterno addresses Daryll Clark [...]
Penn State head football coach Joe Paterno may not be able to “download a jar of peanut butter,” but his quarterbacks coach and son, Jay Paterno is so Web 2.0. The younger occasionally blogs at The HD Journal and is on Twitter pretty regularly. Today’s tweet is how I knew it was 100 days until [...]
JayPa tackles family business – The CollegianA looooooooonnnnnngggggggg profile of the oft criticized quarterback coach. I’ll grant that he is probably a nice guy, just not a very good quarterback coach.
He did laugh at the infamous “This game is fixed!” sign though.
©MMX William F. Yurasko
BOB FLOUNDERS – Paterno shows he’s willing to change – Patriot-NewsIf you don’t want to get into the Penn State football hype, skip this column. Flounders details Joe Paterno’s transformation into a modern college football coach. Playing and talking about true freshman, in this case, Derrick Williams and Justin King, by name are no longer [...]
Ruling Clears Way For Expos’ Relocation – The Post
Three judges in that annoying RICO suit ruled against former Expos owners who were trying to block the move. Now, the only thing standing between us and a permanent baseball team is the D.C. city council.
Private Stadium Financing Rebuffed – The Post
No big surprise here, we can [...]
D.C. Council Panels Back Stadium Plan – The Post
The ballpark funding has moved out of committees (a bit narrowly, but that is okay) and will be presented to the full council next week. Our hero (and my early favorite for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination), finance committee chairman Jack Evans (D-Ward 2) used some profanity [...]