McQueary is currently on administrative leave after he was identified as the former graduate assistant that witnessed Jerry Sandusky sexual assaulting a little boy in the shower at Penn State.
Penn State assistant coach Mike McQueary, a key witness in the child sex abuse scandal that has engulfed the school, has been placed on administrative leave.
Former Pittsburgh Steelers running back and Penn State alum Franco Harris didn’t mince words when asked his thoughts about the Board of Trustees’ decision to fire head coach Joe Paterno amid the swirling allegations of sexual abuse from former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky.
Penn State assistant coach Mike McQueary won’t coach Saturday against Nebraska after all.
This whole thing has become surreal. Unprecedented. The slime continues to ooze from cracks new and old in Creepy Valley, and it shows no signs of stopping any time soon.
According to a report from The Morning Call, the Penn State Board of Trustees have asked the university’s head football coach to keep Mike McQueary, the assistant coach at the center of a child sex scandal, off the field during Saturday’s game against Nebraska.
They hurt to read, I won’t lie to you. You cannot un-know them or un-see them. You will stop multiple times in the 23 pages of the grand jury report, needing to avert your eyes or shudder.