The Penn State sex scandal is the story in college football today, and maybe the biggest story in all of sports. To avoid getting bogged down in the regular lunch links and to give you an idea of what people around the nation are saying about the Jerry Sandusky case, here is some of the national and local reaction to the news:
Penn State must clean house, and that includes JoePa, The Daily's Dan Wolken writes.
Sports Illustrated's Joe Posnanski moved to State College to write a biography on Paterno, and his job just got a lot more difficult.
Paterno won't be able to avoid questions on this mess, Bernard Fernandez writes in the Philadelphia Daily News.
The New York Times went to Happy Valley to gauge the temperature around campus.
Penn State leaders needed to step in and do something about Sandusky but failed, Tom Flynn says in the (Harrisburg) Patriot-News.
Paterno's statement raises more questions, Dan Wetzel writes for Yahoo!
Paterno's once-immaculate program is close to beyond redemption if the charges are true, Mike Wise says in the Washington Post.
Fox Sports' Greg Couch asks: Why didn't anyone help the victims?
A closer look at Tim Curley and his career at Penn State.
Associated Press college football writer Ralph Russo looks at how the scandal will affect Paterno's legacy.