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Maybin doesn't want to talk about JoePa

Aaron Maybin said he had "no comment" on Penn State coach Joe Paterno's firing last night.

"It's a sensitive subject, and I really don't want to talk about it at all" said Maybin, a former Penn State player.

Maybin, however, did add that Tom Bradley, who will replace Paterno for the rest of the season, should do a good job for Penn State.

"He's been around there for a long time and is as familiar with the staff as anyone else they are going to find on short notice to handle the job," he said. "I'm sure he has the team support. He was my defensive coordinator when I was there. He is a high character guy, someone who will probably do a good job there."

Maybin did say that Bradley was stepping into a tough spot.

"There's no following up Joe Paterno," he said. "It's going to be a tough job for him."

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