A statue of former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno is adorned with flowers and other mementos as fans pay respects to the winningest football coach in college football history, on January 23, 2012 on the Penn State campus in State College, Pennsylvania. Paterno, who died on January 22nd, won 409 games for Penn State as their head coach for 46 years. However, plans are afoot to remove the monument. 'UPI/George Powers
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