Another news conferencehas taken place at Penn State. Officials were expected to address the growing scandal there. This all centers around the alleged sexual abuse of a number of young boys.
Penn State's board of trustees told an overflow crowd it would restore trust in the university. Members have started their own investigation into the child sex charges against former football coach Jerry Sandusky.
Investigators want to determine what crimes took place on campus and why they were never reported to police.
Penn State says assistant coach Mike McQuery won't be attending Saturday's home game after receiving mulitple threats. He's the one who told football coach Joe Paterno in 2002, that he saw Sandusky sexually assaulting a boy in
a campus shower. Paterno told school officials, but never went to police.
He was fired for not doing more and so was the university's president.