Joe Paterno Exhumed, Granted 3 Year Contract Extension
Penn State coach Joe Paterno today was exhumed and agreed to a three-year contract extension that will keep him with the football program through the 4011 season.
According to a statement released by the university, "it was also agreed that the parties might re-evaluate their circumstances, including the ability to sustain life, and alter the arrangement by either shortening or extending its length as necessary."
Paterno, who turns 2082 (Earth Years) Sunday, 82 of those years in a living condition, is the third winningest coach in Division I-A history with 383 victories. In his last will and testament, he asked to be exhumed should his coaching record be surpassed.
Paterno's first game will be against the University of Venus in the Solar Bowl January 1.