Caption:  A time out on November 3, 1973 at Maryland. (above)

Nearly 70 forty minute interviews, 5 cities, in 12 days. “The Joe We Know” Crew took it to the streets to find out what men had done with the lessons learned during their time in “The Grand Experiment. Back roads, cheap motels, fast food, long hours and repeated set up and tear down of the film set. How did it happen?

Greg Garrity

Greg Garrity is just one of the Nittany Lions who made a special trip to share his tales about the Joe We Know. Nearly seventy men traveled to 5 different cities in the northeast to tell their stories about days in “The Grand Experiment” and how it has shaped their life. The reunions at the sites were magical.

The Grand Experiment

And the film, “The Joe We Know”

Can one use sport to teach the core values in life? Can one use sport to blend physical toughness, mental toughness, and poise that will produce exceptional young men on the field of play, yet more importantly, in the journey of life? Can one be a focused student and a positive contributor to a championship caliber team at the same time? Can the personal accountability necessary to play a team sport be woven into positive daily habits that boys-turned-men use for a lifetime in their relationships, careers, marriages, churches, businesses, and communities? What a Grand Experiment!

The experiment is a platform for young men to build productive lives. It sets limits and boundaries. Within the boundaries, the attributes of respect, honesty, justice, hope, loyalty, courage, and love are taught, lived, and coached both on and off the field. In return, the students go forward to live by example the lessons of “The Grand Experiment.”

“The true impact of the experience is only known 10 or 15 years after a young man moves deeper into his life .”

Six decades since inception, Men of The Grand Experiment participated in the filming of “The Joe We Know”. Men, known and unknown, came together to share how Coach Paterno, his coaching staff, the Program, and college life at Penn State affected their lives. These experiences have produced a group of men who work to live all that is good in “Black Shoes, Basics Blues, No Names on the Jerseys.”

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