Don’t fool yourself into thinking that the recent firings have remedied the problem. Far from it. This cancer is far more advanced than the mere dismissal of three men will cure. It's a fundamental cultural issue with the institution, a mindset, which, in many respects, remains almost unchanged through all this. Just look at the signs about Joe Paterno that surrounded the stadium during the game. If anything, Paterno's firing has turned him into a martyr.
Therefore, stealing a page from the liberal activists" playbook, I urge you to join me and others in boycotting, as best you can, those companies that continue to advertise during Penn State football games.
Below is a partial list of advertisers from today's game along with a few comments. Most are national but some are local, so a boycott some could have an immediate and profound impact in some cases.
Chrysler (would never buy one anyway)
State Farm Insurance
Sprint (worst service ever, so no real sacrifice)
DG Debt Relief
US Postal Service (Like I said, some are hard to boycott)
Citizen Disability helpline
Chick-Fil-A (very surprising, especially considering their Christian, child-friendly environment)
Yeungling (no sacrifice there)
Aviva Life Insurance