Penn State will honor the late Joe Paterno in a pregame ceremony Saturday.The sentiment, taken by itself, is understandable: to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Paterno's first game as Penn State head coach, as well as his devotion to his players and education.Only you can't take it by itself.Because Paterno, when it could have mattered most, amounted to a bystander when the monster Jerry Sandusky was on the loose.Sandusky is the true evil here. We can't forget that. He will be in prison until he dies. And then the real show begins.But Saturday's ceremony reminds us of Paterno's legacy, once triumphant, now troubling. There's too fine a line between honoring Paterno and forgetting Sandusky's victims. At least at the moment. And maybe forever.Joe Paterno impacted thousands of lives for the better. You can't take that away. I'll always believe Paterno's former players when they talk about all he did for them.And I'm always going to believe Paterno could have and should have done more when he was approached about Sandusky, about the possibility of a sexual predator being on the loose. Paterno passed it up the chain. His lack of curiosity, and responsibility, was sinfulWhat if it had been one of his children?I always have an answer:They were his children.They were all our children.And they were betrayed.It's too soon to be honoring Joe Paterno.And I'm not sure there will ever be a right time.