An estimated 10,000 people are expected this hour at a memorial service for former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, on the school's campus in the Bryce Jordan Center.
The Big Ten Digital Network is among several outlets that will be webcasting the service.
Paterno, 85, died on Sunday. He had lung cancer. As we wrote Saturday evening when word broke that he was near death:
"He won more games than any other Division I football coach in history before being dismissed in November in the wake of the scandal involving a former assistant who is accused of sexually abusing young boys for more than a decade. Paterno was fired because of a grand jury report that said he had informed school officials about an alleged incident involving the former assistant, Jerry Sandusky, but had not followed through or otherwise alerted authorities."
We'll update this post with some highlights from the service.
Update at 2:22 p.m. ET. Player Tributes:
Members of Paterno's teams from the decades since he became head coach in 1966 are taking turns speaking. The first is wide receiver Kenny Jackson, from the 1980-83 years.
"We are hear to celebrate a great man's life," he says, before introducing Paterno's wife, Sue, who gets a standing ovation.
Of coach Paterno, Jackson says "he never took a compliment, he always deflected praise. Never thought he was the show. But today my teacher, you have no choice. Today, we are going to show you how much we love you."
And they're showing a video of Paterno and his teams through the years, set to Van Morrison's version of Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?