1. I push my radical “Let’s train people for the open jobs” agenda at Pith.
2. I understand Paterno’s “I did nothing wrong” strategy, almost. But it strains credulity that Paterno would have had an assistant and that assistant’s father show up to his house on a Saturday, report that Sandusky was doing “something” with a boy in a shower that Paterno felt he had to pass up the chain of command, and Paterno claim he had no idea it was something sexual, something he himself might report to the police. Grown ass men don’t need their dads with them to tell you that they saw a man holding hands with a kid in a way he found a little creepy, you know? But if Paterno’s not telling the truth, why would he risk pissing off McQueary and his father? If McQueary’s father says “Yes, we told him Sandusky was fucking a child” that will be bad enough. If either McQueary or his father follows that up with “and I was told that the assistant’s job was a reward for keeping quiet and that the repercussions if we didn’t would be x, y, and z,” then Paterno can kiss his legacy good-bye, if he can’t already.