Lately, my daily work schedule has included the following additions to my “to do list.”
-Check latest headlines on child rape case surrounding premier college football program.
-Write/publish reaction post on Penn State.
-Check latest headlines on child molestation case surrounding premier college basketball program.
-Write/publish reaction post on Syracuse.
Sounds about as gloomy as the skies are in the Upper Midwest this time of year. Speaking of darkness, I have to wonder what the buyers of these Jerry Sandusky Football Camp t-shirts plan to do with these tees.
From Busted Coverage:
An eBay auction for one of the shirts concluded today and the final bid was $101.58. The seller claimed in the listing:
T shirt from Jerry Sandusky high school football camp held in Erie pa @ Penn state satellite campus in Erie, pa 2006-they supplied T-shirts for the campers- this is one of them . we also have his book Touched- signed & inscripted on other auction – sz xxl
And as BC points out, there’s another Sandusky camp tee on the market.
[Buy Jerry Sandusky Camp T-Shirt - eBay]
If people are going to spend money on PSU memorabilia, i.e. artifacts of corruption, irresponsibility and complicity to evil, then go purchase this valuable piece of Joe Paterno history. I covered Paterno’s final road game (second to last game ever at Northwestern) and here’s the program from it for sale on Ebay. It’s historical and noteworthy for a second reason, he tied Eddie Robinson for the most ever wins by a Division I coach with the victory over the Wildcats.
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