Talk about jumping the gun. Back when the Jerry Sandusky scandal was in full gear, Joe Paterno's health had deteriorated significantly. While on what would eventually become his death bed, CBS Sports tweeted that the famed coach had died-a full 12 hours before he would actually pass. They didn't credit any sources for the information, but the tweet spread like wild fire. So, while his father was dying, Paterno's son went to Twitter to dispell the rumors, leading to a CBS apology shortly after. CBS was then mocked with the #CBSsportsSays hashtag all over Twitter.