, Newburyport, MA


November 1, 2012

Sandusky moved to prison housing death row inmates


Tim Curley, the athletic director on leave until the last year of his contract expires, and retired vice president Gary Schultz await trial in January and deny the allegations.

The Sandusky scandal led to the firing of longtime head coach Joe Paterno, who died in January, and the ouster of university president Graham Spanier, who hasn’t been charged with any crime.

It shattered the football program’s image and led to significant changes in the university’s policies and governance.

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