Penn State has been in the news this week - and not in a good way.
After the Freeh Report was released on Thursday, former FBI Director Louis Freeh announced that there had been a systematic cover up of sexual abuse against boys in the late 1990s by former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.
The report was damning of former Hall of Fame Coach Joe Paterno and the college is still reeling from the effects of the scandal. Employees, some of whom reported the abuse, said the integrity of the football program was protected over the safety of the boys. The college is facing civil suits and possible sanctions of its athletic program by the NCAA.
Sandusky was convicted on 45 criminal counts in a trial and eight young men testified against him. Though the 68-year-old former coach will spend time in prison, the one person nobody will have a chance to talk to is Paterno - who died of cancer earlier this year.
Though Paterno has been revered for his work with the Penn State football program, there has even been talk of taking down his campus statue. Are the allegations against him fair? He's not able to defend himself? Is it possible the public will never know what really happened at Penn State?