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Lions LB DeAndre Levy calls breaking Joe Paterno's leg 'my proudest moment in college'

Lions LB DeAndre Levy calls breaking Joe Paterno's leg 'my proudest moment in college'

DeAndre Levy made national headlines as a Wisconsin linebacker back in 2006 when he broke then-Penn State coach Joe Paterno’s leg.

Levy didn’t do it on purpose — he crashed helmet first into the late coach’s limb while making a tackle going out of bounds — but he doesn’t feel bad about it.

In fact, the current member of the Detroit Lions recently told Men’s Journal that breaking the then-80-year-old’s leg was "my proudest moment in college."

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