I'm sure that what Joe Paterno is going through seems horrible, and that the Penn State students who rioted think they are standing up for him. What about how those young boys who were molested must have felt, and how no one stood up for them? It is absolutely unthinkable to me that no one did anything. Oh, Joe Paterno doesn't get to coach another football game? Cry me a river. When a game or sports program becomes more important than a child's safety and well being, priorities are way out of line. Paterno said in a statement on Wednesday "I am absolutely devastated by the developments in this case." Why weren't you devastated when you found out about it in 2002, Joe? And why didn't the Board of Trustees fire Mike McQueary? When I was 23 I would have known enough to call the police if I had witnessed a grown man raping a little boy in a locker room shower. Even though I'm in Panther country as far as Pennsylvania state school allegiances go, I understand how hard this must be for people who are die hard Nittany Lions fans. Hell, I'd be sad if I found out Mack Brown had been implicated in something like this. But that doesn't make it ok, and that doesn't make people like JoePa invincible. Football is only a game, something you can do over again and again. The childhoods that were ruined? There's no do-over there, and that damage lasts a lifetime.