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Matt Millen’s in a tough spot here. Let’s start with that.
Because he went to Penn State and played for both Joe Paterno and Jerry Sandusky, he finds himself able to offer a kind of insight into this scandal that none of ESPN’s other personalities can offer. He’s a Nittany Lion, through and through, so he’s been trotted out on SportsCenter this morning as their resident Joe Paterno apologist.
Matt Millen Was Happy To Hear Mike McQueary May Have Stopped Jerry Sandusky When He Sexually Assaulted A Young Boy
ESPN football analyst Matt Millen, who played in college at Penn State, appeared on SportsCenter last week to discuss the scandal surrounding Jerry Sandusky, the Nittany Lions’ defensive coordinator while Millen played there. And it was raw. Thankfully, he’s in a better state a week later.
Penn State canceled Joe Paterno’s press conference today, which struck many as the university simply continuing to avoid any accountability in the wake of the horrific charges of child sexual abuse against former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky. And one former Penn State player is understandably having a tough time dealing with it all.
ESPN football expert Matt Millen expects Jarrett Lee to fill in for Miami’s Jacory Harris when the Hurricane quarterback sits out his NCAA-mandated one game suspension. That’s not very likely.
Can South Carolina win this season with oft-troubled quarterback Stephen Garcia? Matt Millen seems to think so…and found an interesting way to put it.
John Elway recently became the vice president of football operations for the Denver Broncos, and former Detroit Lions general manager Matt Millen felt compelled to give his opinion on what it takes to succeed in such a position.
Danny Woodhead, scrappy virtuoso and RB/WR for the New England Patriots, was officially crowned a cult hero buy ESPN last night after the Pats’45-3 drubbing of the New York Jets.
ESPN’s Monday Night Countdown crew of Stuart Scott, Matt Millen, and Steve Young added their two cents on the state of the Minnesota Vikings yesterday…and there was some dissension among the ranks.
Matt Millen, once maligned general manager of the Detroit Lions and currently maligned analyst for the NFL Network, lauds Rod Marinelli, the man he hired in Detroit.
If you were somehow able to make it through the Monday night snoozefest that was Jaguars/Titans, you were rewarded with a surprisingly informative and compelling debate about the NFL’s new rules regarding “devastating hits.”