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Topic - Amos Alonzo Stagg
The sneers and snickers are decreasing. The contempt and ridicule are fading. Skeptics are becoming believers, and pessimists are becoming fewer.
What happened at Penn State is a tragedy, an outrage and a depravity. But that's not all of the worst of it.
The Big Ten has taken Joe Paterno's name off the Big Ten's football championship trophy.
Susquehanna assistant football coach Bob Pittello, who spent nearly his entire 52-year career on the sideline at his alma mater and played under Hall of Famer Amos Alonzo Stagg, has died. He was 83.
The Big Ten's new football trophy names: