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Latest Joe Paterno News

Looking back at 'A Memorial For Joe'

From Jay Paterno’s moving tribute to his father to the various speeches from across the Penn State football family, we’ve posted videos from BTN’s coverage of Thursday’s “A Memorial for Joe” held at Penn State. Thursday’s public memorial service for the late Penn State football coach was carried live on BTN, BTN2Go, and BTN.com. You can watch the entire event again on BTN2Go and on the Big Ten Digital Network. Find all of BTN’s coverage of Joe Paterno’s passing on our archive page, including older videos, recent interviews with other notables, BTN.com updates, and photos. As for Thursday’s events, we

Long Lines to Bid Paterno Farewell

Decked out in Penn State hats and jackets, students and townspeople stood in a line more than a quarter-mile long Tuesday to pay their respects to Joe Paterno, the coach who for nearly a half century was the face of their university. Mourners stood in a line along a main campus artery for the chance to file past Paterno’s closed casket at the campus spiritual center during a 10-hour public viewing session. Read the full Associated Press story over here. BTN will be airing Thursday’s public memorial service live on TV and online (details here). You can read more stories

Paterno Memorial to air live on TV, Web

Thursday’s public memorial service for Joe Paterno will air live on BTN, BTN2Go, and BTN.com. “A Memorial For Joe” begins at 2 p.m. ET at the Bryce Jordan Center on campus. Also, BTN will re-air the service at 10 p.m. ET Thursday after the Ohio State-Indiana women’s basketball game. Find BTN on your TV system with our easy and free BTN ChannelFinder and learn more about BTN2Go as well as the accompanying iPhone/iPad app. Also, the event will be streamed free on this page. Simply go there Thursday afternoon and click on “Live Events.” For more information on this Penn

Funeral arrangements set for Joe Paterno

The family of Joe Paterno has completed the funeral arrangements for the legendary Penn State educator, coach and humanitarian, who passed away Sunday. Two public viewings will be held, as well as a public memorial, “A Memorial For Joe,” on the University Park campus. Read all of BTN’s Joe Paterno coverage and get more from GoPSUSports.com. A public viewing is scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 24 from 1:00-11:00 p.m. and Wednesday, Jan. 25 from 8:00 a.m.-Noon at the Pasquerilla Spiritual Center, located near the intersection of Curtin Road and Allen Street on campus. Please see below for important parking information for

Interviews: 'Remembering Joe Paterno'

In the wake of Joe Paterno’s death, BTN aired a special presentation Sunday night: “Remembering Joe Paterno.” The hour-long show featured our crew discussing Paterno’s life and legacy and included interviews with some of the people in the college football community who knew the all-time winningest coach best. Watch Dave Revsine’s interview with legendary broadcaster Keith Jackson now and see several other interviews, including ones with Bobby Bowden, Urban Meyer and many others, in this post. Read all of our Paterno coverage, including BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart’s column. Also, leave your comments on our Facebook page or on this

Photo Gallery: Penn State's Joe Paterno

Check out a collection of photos from University Park, Pa., where Penn State fans are mourning the death of former head football coach Joe Paterno, who died Sunday. From memorials outside Beaver Stadium to Paterno’s residence, fans are honoring the game’s all-time winningest coach. A message on the video board during the memorial service for former Penn State Nittany Lions head coach Joe Paterno at Bryce Jordan Center. Photo by Andrew Weber-US PRESSWIRE A message on the video board during the memorial service for former Penn State Nittany Lions head coach Joe Paterno at Bryce Jordan Center. Photo by Andrew

Joe Paterno, 85, dies Sunday morning

Former Penn State coach Joe Paterno, who was battling lung cancer, died Sunday morning. He was 85. Mount Nittany Medical Center said the cause of death was a spreading lung cancer (read the AP story). The legendary Penn State coach and the all-time winningest college football coach was diagnosed with the cancer in November, days after getting ousted as head coach in the aftermath of the child sex abuse charges against former assistant Jerry Sandusky. Right now, read BTN.com’s Tom Dienhart column, leave your comments on our Facebook page or on this special condolences post, look at some photos from memorials,

Full Statement from Paterno Family

Find the full statement from the Paterno family on the passing of Joe Paterno that was released Sunday morning. Also, watch the video reaction now. Here is the full release: “It is with great sadness that we announce that Joe Paterno passed away earlier today. His loss leaves a void in our lives that will never be filled.” “He died as he lived. He fought hard until the end, stayed positive, thought only of others and constantly reminded everyone of how blessed his life had been. His ambitions were far reaching, but he never believed he had to leave this

Dienhart: Marking The Passing of a Legend

Penn State, college football and the nation have lost an icon with the passing of Joe Paterno, who succumbed to a short battle with lung cancer. For almost the last 50 years, Paterno, 85, became the face of Penn State, if not the college football world. Prowling the sideline of Beaver Stadium in his pant legs rolled up exposing his white socks and sporting his famously thick, black glasses, Paterno would become the all-time winningest coach in major college history. But Paterno meant so much more to the Penn State family. He wasn’t Coach, he was Paterno, he wasn’t Joe

Leave Your Thoughts on Paterno Here

With the death of Joe Paterno, we invite you to leave your respects for the former Penn State football coach via the comments box at the end of this post. BTN.com will display a sampling of the submissions. You can also leave your comments on the Big Ten Network’s Facebook page. Watch our video Remembering Joe Paterno now. Also, in this post, find Twitter reaction to Paterno’s death. Former players react on Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/MomentOfSilas25/status/161114857557594112 https://twitter.com/#!/dmoye6/status/161110450237489152 Beaver stadium=Joe Paterno Stadium from now on — Michael Robinson (@RealMikeRob) January 22, 2012 The GREATEST… The Legend.. My Coach.. My friend.. You've meant so