Jay Paterno wants to coach football again, even if it means leaving State College. Until then, the former Penn State assistant coach said he will continue "fighting for the university," though he feels others aren't.
"I thought it was very important to defend Penn State," Paterno said Wednesday night. "There are certain people [at the university] being paid to do so who are not doing so. And that disturbs me to my core."
Paterno visited the Penn State Lehigh Valley campus for a speech and book-signing to promote "Paterno Legacy: Enduring Lessons from the Life and Death of My Father."
More than 100 people attended the event,...