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  1. Maisel: Penn State says goodbye

    Ivan Maisel

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- They spoke at Joe Paterno's memorial Thursday the way that his teams played and represented Penn State for the last 46 seasons: simply, with little flash and great focus. They emphasized academics every bit as much as footb...

    Blog | January 26, 2012
  2. Obama reaches out to Paterno family

    Ivan Maisel

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Jay Paterno, then the Penn State quarterbacks coach, worked for Sen. Barack Obama's campaign before the Democratic primary in Pennsylvania in 2008. Paterno helped organize a campus rally and introduced Obama to a big crowd on t...

    Blog | January 23, 2012
  3. Jay Paterno walks sideline without father

    Ivan Maisel

    STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Jay Paterno walked over to an acquaintance on the Beaver Stadium field after Penn State lost to Nebraska, 17-14, shook hands and said with a hint of his typical humor, "I've had better weeks." The quarterbacks coach, the only...

    Blog | November 12, 2011
  4. Penn State looking for QBs to step forward

    Ivan Maisel

    The way that quarterback coach Jay Paterno figures it, Penn State is miles ahead of where it stood a year ago. When spring football begins on Saturday, the Nittany Lions will have two quarterbacks with starting experience. Before the 2010 season, Pen...

    Blog | March 15, 2011
  5. Paterno family not done seeking father's redemption at Penn State...

    Ivan Maisel

    Joe Paterno's widow Sue Paterno quietly funded program to look for signs of predators while sons Jay and Scott fight to clear his name.

    Story | Conversation | January 21, 2015
  6. Sons recount Penn State Nittany Lions legend Joe Paterno's final ...

    Ivan Maisel

    Joe Paterno's great loves were family and football, and never was that more true than in the final days of his life. His sons, Jay and Scott, recount their time with their father.

    Story | Conversation | January 24, 2012