Today Legendary Hall of Fame College Football Coach Joe Paterno died at 85 years old. Joe Paterno is and always will be one of the most admired, respected, and loved coaches of all time. He has done more in his career not only in his accomplishments but also in the development of young kids in grown men. To me it’s sad that in the last years of Joe Paternos’ extraordinary life that his astounding career came to end the way that it did, and because of his death we will never be able to gain insight and understanding to what really happened and her things from Joe’s point of view. Joe Paterno has done more in lifetime than I could summarize in a few words in a BLOG, but what I will say is that Joe Paterno will most certainly be missed. R.I.P JOE. Below is a link to an ESPN article that Chronicles the life of Joe Paterno.
Congratulations to the Alabama Crimson Tide for their 2012 BCS national Championship win over LSU. The game was a battle of defenses juggernauts almost manged to hold each other scoreless in the endzone outside of the Tides 1 touchdown and a few field goals. The final score was 21-0 which was LSU first shutout loss this year…and in a very long time. Many people can say what tey want and have whatever doubts you may have about the fact that LSU beat the Tide once this year, Alabama managed to win the 1 game that actually mattered. Congrats to Nick Saban, Congrats to the Alabama football team and of course……….”ROLL TIDE”