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CBSSports.com: Curley, Schultz step down amid investigation
Penn State announced that athletic director Tim Curley and VP/treasurer Gary Schultz have asked to be put on administrative leave as they are investigated for charges of perjury and failure to report. Curley and Schultz are being charged for not alerting authorities to reports they got from Penn State football staff about alleged sex crimes involving former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky and a minor.
PSU.edu: Trustees announce 2 officials to step down while case is investigated
Here is Penn State's official statement on Curley and Schultz stepping down. Senior Associate Athletic Director Mark Sherburne will serve as interim athletic director until Curley’s legal situation is resolved.
PennLive.com: Sen. Piccola wants probe of Penn State University officials' alleged inaction
State Sen. Jeffrey Piccola, the chairman of the state Senate Education Committee, suggests university trustees should be just as disturbed as he is about the accusations levied against Jerry Sandusky and conduct their own investigation into the university’s response.
PennLive.com: Report: Former coach Jerry Sandusky used charity to molest kids
Current Penn State assistant coach Mike McQueary was identified as the then-graduate assistant who told Penn State staff about discovering Sandusky performing sex acts on a young boy in a university shower in 2002. The grand jury has found McQueary to be a credible witness in their investigation.
CBSSports.com: Paterno releases statement on Sandusky case
In a statement released Sunday, Joe Paterno said he was not made aware of the specific allegations by McQueary in 2002 and said, "if this is true we were all fooled, along with scores of professionals trained in such things, and we grieve for the victims and their families. They are in our prayers."
Philly.com: Accused coach founded youth home
According to the grand jury presentment, a 1998 report involving Sandusky and a boy in the football shower area was reviewed by University Police and Child Protective Services with the knowledge of then-university counsel Wendell Courtney, who was (and remains) counsel for Sandusky's charity, The Second Mile.