Originally Posted by NativeSon
So are most successful football coaches. They're all high paid used car salesmen. The only one we thought had any character or morals passed away right as the world was indicting him for harboring a child molester.
Help me here, what did/does Paterno's lack of character and morals have to do with Muschamp being a douchebag?
And, look, Paterno's character was in question by quite a few people, when he failed to retire when it was pretty evident, he had been over the hill for the last 15 or 20 years.
If there aren't any coaches in college football with morals and character, maybe we ought to just scrap the whole college sports thing and get schools back into the whole teaching thing.