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Podcast: Drew Astorino reflects on Penn State, Joe Paterno

Podcast: Drew Astorino reflects on Penn State, Joe Paterno

Hyped by on February 3, 2012 Website: no2minutewarning.com

A week after an Illinois field goal attempt clanked off the goal post, handing Joe Paterno his 409th career victory and moving him past Eddie Robinson for most all-time division one victories, the world cam crashing down on the program off the field. Sandusky’s malicious acts resulted in the firing of Penn State president, and BCS Presidential oversight committee chairman, Graham Spanier and Paterno, which sparked a raucous reaction from the student body. Tom Bradley was named interim head coach for the remainder of the season, which saw Penn State drop two of their final three regular season games and end with another loss in the TicketCity Bowl against Houston. Despite losing game son the field as the university and community find ways to heal and move forward, Drew Astorino was right in the middle of it all.

Note: This is the 100th episode of the No 2-Minute Warning Podcast. Thansk to all who have listened and supported the podcast.

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