The latest, most popular buzz in the world of college football is about Joe Paterno. He holds the record for the most victories by an NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) and fired in related to Sandusky scandal. Paterno served as football coach for nearly a half century.
What’s salary of Joe Paterno as football coach?
Paterno was born December 21, 1926, in New York. Some sources said said that Paterno was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. After serving a year in the Army, he attended Brown University Class of 1950. He joined his college coach Rip Engle as an assistant coach at Penn State in 1950; Here some Paterno’s awards
- The Home Depot Coach of the Year Award – 2005
- Associated Press College Football Coach of the Year Award – 2005
- Walter Camp Coach of the Year Award – 1972, 1994, 2005
- Sporting News College Football Coach of the Year – 2005
- Dave McClain Big Ten Conference Coach of the Year – 1994, 2005, 2008
On the night of November 8, in part because of the scandal, Paterno announced the following day that he would retire at the end of the season. In fact, Paterno was fired at Nov. 9. Board of Trustee said, Paterno was failed to do more about an abuse allegation against Sandusky than report it to his superiors. The hard episode isn’t over. ESPN reported that days after losing the job, Paterno was diagnosed with a treatable form of lung cancer. Citing the doctor, Scott Paterno said that the five-year survival rate for Joe Paterno’s cancer is more than 70 percent. However, Paterno’s age is a complicating factor.
Here some salary information of Joe Paterno: