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Paterno by Joe Posnanski
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Sep 13, 12

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Read from September 04 to 13, 2012

Big thanks to Joe Posnanski, for presenting a fair portrayal of a flawed man, during a time of scandal. Beautifully written, and full of stories of the small things that defined Joe Paterno's life. Posnanski puts the bad stuff out there, as well, but portrays Paterno as a man, with flaws, who may have made mistakes in his life, but overall, made a positive impact on many. Good read for anyone who wants a better idea of who Joepa was, but I'm sure most of the people who choose to read it, already have a pretty good idea of what will lie within its pages.

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