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Sunday Penn State Round-Up

Some commentary on Penn State:

Ross Douthat: The Devil and Joe Paterno. New York Times

Lenn Robbins: As Penn State loses, real sorrow belongs to victims of sex scandal. New York Post

Kevin Fasick: They’re in a Penn State of denial. New York Post

Michael Goodwin: Cowardly Lions at Penn State. New York Post

John Feinstein: Joe Paterno and the end of coaching royalty. Washington Post

Jane M. Von Bergen: Families say Sandusky had free rein. Philadelphia Inquirer

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