“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” – Edmund Burke, Irish politician and philosopher (1729-1797)
Saturday’s football game at State College caught my attention, just like for most other college football fans.
Both Amos Alonzo Stagg and Joe Paterno will remain deadlocked at 548 for the most games coached in college football.
Wednesday evening, the Board of Trustees of Penn State University unanimously fired Joe Paterno, effective immediately. Dr. Graham Spainer is on the Board. He and the Board mutually agreed that Spanier is no longer the President of Penn State.
I had plans to do a little research on the Razorbacks and then write my thoughts on the upcoming game in Fayetteville.
Before beginning, I decided to read the 23-page Grand Jury report concerning the on-going scandal at Penn State.
Formulating and conveying my thoughts on the Tennessee-Arkansas matchup seemed such an inappropriate thing to do. Plus, I had no energy for it. Not after this.