Jay Paterno, right, walks with his father, Joe Paterno, into the locker room as fans cheer before the Penn State vs. Ohio State game in September 2006. Jay Paterno, a former quarterbacks coach, and former offensive coach Bill Kenney have filed suit against Penn State over their termination in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
Jay Paterno, right, walks with his father, Joe Paterno, into the locker room as fans cheer before the Penn State vs. Ohio State game in September 2006. Jay Paterno, a former quarterbacks coach, and former offensive coach Bill Kenney have filed suit against Penn State over their termination in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal. CDT file photo
Jay Paterno, right, walks with his father, Joe Paterno, into the locker room as fans cheer before the Penn State vs. Ohio State game in September 2006. Jay Paterno, a former quarterbacks coach, and former offensive coach Bill Kenney have filed suit against Penn State over their termination in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal. CDT file photo

Jay Paterno, Bill Kenney file suit against Penn State

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