The Morning Haul

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NOTE:This was published before the last night’s firing of Joe Paterno. However, it is nice to read a logical Penn State fan’s perspective.

"Graham Spanier absolutely deserves to go. Been hearing since early Tuesday he would probably be let go today (Wednesday). Glad it is about to happen. He’s the President of the university, and he needs to be held accountable just like everyone else."


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"The most impressive aspect of Robert Woods’ season is that he is doing it with a bum ankle. Woods was injured last spring playing basketball and has never fully healed. But he still gets open and gains yards after catches."


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"4. Chris Polk, RB, Washington: Polk ranks seventh in the nation and second in the conference with 121.8 yards rushing per game. He has nine rushing TDs."


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"“Ultimately, it all comes back to Bill Moos. He’s the athletic director and he’s the best expert we could all ask for to build Cougar football. If he feels we’re headed in a good direction, that’s his call.” Moos has said he will make a decision on Wulff’s future after the season."


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"Honest take or gamesmanship? My vote is gamesmanship. You’ll note that Sark seemed to have Kiffin, his good buddy, skating backwards all week while fielding, “Guess what Sark just said” queries. Consider this: How does Kiffin respond to Sarkisian saying Barkley is better than Luck? Should he disagree?"


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"30. Duke vs. Washington in New York City, Dec. 10 (noon ET on CBS) — Coach K and the Blue Devils will welcome a talented Huskies squad to NYC. We’ll see how U-Dub frosh Tony Wroten handles the big stage at Madison Square Garden."


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"Everyone agrees Neuheisel’s four-year body of work was faded beyond recognition after the 48-12, brawl-beating loss at Arizona on national television. The argument is now, have the last two games truly represented a rebirth, or is all just lipstick and makeup?"