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Brewster: Paterno made 'right' decision

Former Gophers head football coach Tim Brewster is weighing in on Joe Paterno's announcement to retire at the end of the season. In a tweet he wrote, "Joe Paterno retiring at seasons end is a sad ending for him and college football but the right one."
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Former Gophers head football coach Tim Brewster is weighing in on Joe Paterno's announcement to retire at the end of the season. In a tweet he wrote, "Joe Paterno retiring at seasons end is a sad ending for him and college football but the right one."

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