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Larry Johnson leaving Penn State

January 14, 2014

Larry Johnson has been one of the most valuable assistant coaches in the country for many years, but his tenure at Penn State is now over — by his choice....

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RICHIE53

Jan-14-14 5:40 PM

Yes sir PSU the # 1 program [at one time-ahem] grow up psu people, still living in the past. One question--20 yrs in B10, how many outright & shared titles. "one" out rite-2 shared I think. Not exactly top tier program. And let me remind, B10 not that strong a conf most those yrs. Johnson no different than others who have left Hap Valley. When there, the best, top shelf, if they leave they"re all a piece of crap, no goodniks. One guy got it right ONE" Joe Paterno thru his self centerdness, dictatating style & screw everybody else is what has ruined PSU football, at one time not the best but top tier. All the bragging, boasting about the only pristine program in div 1 ball turns out the worst, scuddiest in the country. You mite be back in 15-20 yrs to respectability.

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802ParkAve1974everythingtonothingtoeverything

Jan-14-14 2:43 PM

"Just put the*****statue back!!!!!"

If that will make you happy, them by all means put it back. Having it there changes nothing of what I said. Penn State football is toast, all because the saint let sodomy of young boys go on for decades. And wait until the murder of the DA becomes public!!

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TheMoe

Jan-14-14 10:15 AM

Just put the*****statue back!!!!!

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802ParkAve1974everythingtonothingtoeverything

Jan-14-14 8:13 AM

The trials haven't even started, yet the continued decline into national irrelevance continues for what was not long ago one of the top, if not the top, college football program in the country. It will be decades, if ever, that PSU football becomes nationally relevant again. And if s-ain't Paterno had done his job, this would have been over two decades ago, and many young boys lives and butt holes would have been spared.

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