That's right, I Googled his dad. As it turns out, the guy sounds like a real class act.
Meanwhile, [Larry Johnson, Sr.'s] successes have been so significant that he is now mentioned among the favorites to land the Nittany Lions' head job whenever Joe Paterno retires.
"Larry's not out for Larry," Zook said. "Larry's out for the program ... He's got all the right things in perspective. He doesn't beat his chest. He lets his work show for itself."
Too bad the son didn't come away with any of his father's better qualities.