University of Pittsburgh fans created one of the most brutal T-shirts for a football rivalry ever seen for their game against Penn State.
The shirt created by The Point 412 simply says “Joe Knew,” which is a reference to the infamous rape scandal at Penn State involving assistant coach Jerry Sandusky. It has long been questioned how much former head coach Joe Paterno knew about Sandusky’s actions.
— Anna Orso (@anna_orso) August 24, 2016
The backlash against the group selling was so intense that The Point 412 decided to pull the shirt before selling a single one. (PHOTO: Most Famous Girlfriend In College Football Takes Shot At Alabama Fans)
Paterno died shortly after he was fired from Penn State for his alleged role in turning a blind eye to Sandusky’s action. Sandusky is currently serving a prison sentence of up to 60 years for molesting young kids.