Yes I do, they wanted to fire him about 10 years ago. JoePa simply said no to that and kept on coaching. He was the man in Happy Valley and anything he said was the truth. That's why there's so many idiots in Pennsylvania still defending him after this situation. They're putting football before the safety of children. Plus, it may not be his irresponsibility per se, but wouldn't you want someone in his situation to do more if it was your child that got abused?