What Would Joe Paterno Do?

Did everyone see that two Commonwealth Court judges came up with what sounds like a "Joe Paterno" exception to Pennsylvania's public records law?

I don't really care what Joe makes, and I can't imagine that his public standing will change if we find out that he's paid some huge amount of money. (Odds are, he's not, and from what I understand, he's given back more than his share.) But Joe doesn't seem to care if we know. What is Penn State hiding?

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