Ronald A. Smith
Originally published 07/21/2016
Review of Ronald A. Smith’s "Wounded Lions: Joe Paterno, Jerry Sandusky, and the Crisis in Penn State Athletics"
"Wounded Lions" by Penn State sport historian Ronald Smith makes extensive use of university archives to document how Penn State lost control of its athletic program, and how Paterno played a key role in this process.
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