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Some have made the argument that Paterno maybe didn’t understand what McQueary was telling him about Sandusky. ‘Cause he’s old and all. Seems to me natural curiosity would lead to a conversation to find out more. I imagine it went something like this.
McQueary: Coach, thanks for meeting with me tonight.
Paterno: This better be good. It’s 7:30 and Matlock’s on. What is so bad that you’re here at this ungodly hour?
McQueary: I was in the field house last night, and I caught Jerry Sandusky “horsing around” with a 10 year old in the shower.
Paterno: What do you mean “horsing around”?
McQueary: Well uh…. He was packing his fudge.
Paterno: He always packs the kid’s lunch on game day. Why would he leave out the fudge. Dorothy’s a fantastic cook.
McQueary: No coach. I don’t think you understand. He was ahhh… Drilling offshore.
Paterno: Good! You know it cost $54 to fill up my LeSabre last month. Drill baby drill.
McQueary: No! He was cruising the Hershey Highway!
Paterno: He was at the game yesterday, and Hershey is a hundred miles from here. I’m confused.
McQueary: Joe, he was balls deep in the kid!
Paterno: Ya mean he was buggering him?
Paterno: I’ll take care of it.
RING, RING, RING
Paterno: Tim, it’s Joe. Somebody saw Sandusky horsing around in the shower with a 10 year old.
Curley: What do you mean “horsing around”?