Penn State Football: Where Should School Turn in Effort to Replace Joe Paterno?

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Penn State Football: Where Should School Turn in Effort to Replace Joe Paterno?
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Penn State is beginning its first coaching search since hiring Joe Paterno as head coach in 1966. The field, as the school said, is "wide open."

That begs the question: "What is Penn State looking for in a new coach?"

It also begs the question: "What should Penn State be looking for in a new coach?"

Let's delve deeply into that second question and talk a little bit about what the university has lost and what it will be looking to replace it with in 2012. This is likely to be a long and difficult search, but there are some key indicators for those willing to strip away the scandal talk and look at one of the Big Ten's premiere football programs as just that: a football program.

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