Joe Paterno’s wins restored: Newspaper front pages, the day after


From the New York Times to the Columbus, Ohio Dispatch (home of rival Ohio State University), here’s how daily newspapers played the news that the NCAA had reached a deal with Penn State University to restore 100 of Joe Paterno’s wins.

The New York Times: “The Rehabilitation of Joe Paterno, Back at No. 1


The Morning Call, Allentown: “PATERNO’S WINS RESTORED


The Philadelphia Inquirer, ‘WINS RESTORED, FINE REVISED


Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: “PSU, NCAA approve terms of deal


Altoona Mirror: “Back on Top


Reading Eagle: 409


Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: “Extremely Happy Valley


The Columbus Dispatch: “NCAA restores 112 victories to Penn State, Joe Paterno



All pages via the Newseum’s Newspaper Front Pages site.

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