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Joe Paterno Hall of Fame

Finally a little good news in the Penn State saga.  Brown University has announced that Joe Paterno’s name will not be removed from its Athletic Hall of Fame.

 Paterno, a Brown University alumni…played quarterback at Brown from 1946 to 1949.

 In 1978, Mr. Paterno was enshrined to the universities “Hall of Fame.”

Brown University Mourns the Death of Joe Paterno

Brown University Head Coach

“This a sad day for the Brown University community and the Brown Football Program,” said Brown head football coach Phil Estes.  “My heart felt thoughts and prayers go out to the Paterno Family.”

“Joe Paterno was a great mentor for all of college football. I have considered him my role model for my career here at Brown,” added Estes. “I had several opportunities to talk with Joe about football and Brown University, and will cherish those memories. Coach Paterno has been an important part of our football tradition and we will continue to celebrate his storied career and life.”

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