College Football Preseason Rankings: When Is Time for JoePa to Step Down?
A couple of days ago 84-year old Joe Paterno was run over during football practice at Penn State. Now it’s common place for the coach to be there roaming the sidelines, but, this accident could have killed the guy. Thankfully, the head coach only had a hairline fracture of his pelvis after his wide receiver collided with the coach on the sideline.
However, the question is, when is it time for Paterno to hang it up? Yes, the guy is a living legend. Yes, he is the face of the Penn State Football Program. But, when you become a liability on the sidelines, one has to think that it is time to go.
Recently at a Penn State function Paterno stated he has five more years in him. Really five more years? That will put him at 89 when he may announce that he has five more years.
When is it time for Paterno to be ushered out? Is it after his team is no longer in the Top-25 of the polls?
-- T.J. Mcaloon
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