Joe Paterno’s condition took a turn for the worse and is in “serious” condition.
Some have falsely reported that he passed away, including CBS Sports and the Penn State Student Newspaper. But he’s still alive, according to his son Jay.
“Drove by students at the Joe statue. Just told my Dad about all the love & support–inspiring him.”
Tonight, there was a candlelight vigil held by the Paterno statue outside of Beaver Stadium. The same statue that the school previously wanted to take down.
More than 200 people gathered at the statue. It was a somber mood, as some held candles in tribute.
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