Joe Paterno’s coaching timeline
Joe Paterno was the head coach at Penn State for 46 years and became the winningest coach in college football Division I history, breaking Eddie Robinson’s record of 408 wins on Oct. 29, 2011. He won two national championships and had five undefeated seasons on the way to compiling an overall 409-136-3 record.
- Joe Paterno's coaching timeline
- Arizona recruit to be first openly gay scholarship player
- Mississippi self-imposes 1-year football postseason ban
- Georgia DT Thompson leaving school, has medical issue
- UNC hires North Texas' Mike Ekeler as linebackers coach
- Nebraska receivers coach gets 30 days in jail for 3rd DUI