Joe Paterno, at the end, showed more interest in his legacy than Jerry Sandusky’s victims

We can’t un-rape and un-molest those boys. We can’t remove them from the showers and seize them back from the hands of Sandusky. That should have been an unrelenting source of rage and grief to Paterno. Yet in perhaps the most damaging observation of all, the Freeh report accuses Paterno and his colleagues of “a striking lack of empathy” for the victims.

A damning and engrossing column by Washington Post Sports Columnist Sally Jenkins. It’s always great to be reminded how under-appreciated sports reporters are both as writers and journalists.