Joe Paterno Hit By Car While Looking Other Way

Joe Paterno Hit By Car While Looking Other Way

UNIVERSITY PARK, PENNSYLVANIA – On Wednesday morning, Joe Paterno was hit by a motorist Thursday while looking the other way. “I know [Paterno] wasn’t legally obligated to look both ways,” commented driver Chase Evans, as he straightened his dented Penn State license plate, “but morally I’d say he should have at least acknowledged my oncoming Bronco.” Former Pennsylvania State University President Graham Spanier, who was told about the incident while in line to receive his first unemployment check, commented: “I cannot be held responsible for the poor judgment of my subordinates.” In defense of Paterno, Penn State students have tipped over as many cars as possible.

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