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Fox News alert for you would Joseph Paterno the most winningest coach in college football has died -- -- 85 years old.
Was a tough year for the Paterno family -- the scandal at Penn State.
But what they're asking everyone in the statement today to remember is how much -- Joseph did it for all the -- -- he led to victory.
And for his family.
Shepard Smith takes a look back at this incredible man.
And again if fifteen -- now and again I think goal setting.
And that's never been my style Joseph Paterno kept it simple -- programs motto success with honor.
It reflected the attention he gave to the academic success of his players he called his campaign to combine academics and athletics a grand experiment.
-- straightforward style may have something to do with his Great Depression upbringing.
Joseph Vincent Paterno was born in Brooklyn in 1926.
He said the cost of tuition almost forced him to drop out of prep school.
But he went on to play football at brown and plans to attend law school.
But instead took an opportunity to join his college coach rip Engle at Penn State.
Sixteen years later Joseph Paterno took over.
Arousing plans for the Nittany Lions of Penn state of battle of the unbeaten.
And within a couple of seasons led his team to his first of five unbeaten season.
In more than four decades as head coach Joseph Paterno racked up an unprecedented collection of trophies and records.
He had more wins than any other coach in division one football none more important it is to national championships in 1982 and 1986.
He's the only coach to -- won the Rose Bowl the Cotton Bowl the Sugar Bowl into the Orange Bowl.
His first losing season didn't come until 1988.
But win or lose Paterno -- attitude with the same.
Lower key and try to be a really good football team this Saturday and play them as tough as we know how to play him he'd never let the success get to his head.
He turned down multiple offers to coach in the NFL and he's lived in the same modest house for most of his career.
Joseph Paterno and his wife raised five children here they've donated millions of dollars to the school in the community.
A library on campus is named in Paterno is honor and a statue outside beaver stadium preserves his image.
An image fans of several generations came to --
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