The fallout from the Freeh Report continues and now Joe Paterno's alma mater, Brown University, is beginning to remove his name from the entire football program. Brown is removing Paterno's name from the title of its head coaching position and the renaming of an award presented to the school's most outstanding freshman male athlete. According to WJAR, a TV station out of Providence, Rhode Island, Brown's decision to remove Paterno's name from the award is now permanent. The university was considering changing the name of the award well before the Freeh Report was made public. The award was presented this season without Paterno's name. Joe Paterno played both quarterback and cornerback for the Brown Bears from 1946-1949.