Above: On Oct. 29, former Penn State president Graham Spanier, left, and former athletic director Tom Curley, right, congratulated former football coach Joe Paterno on his 409th collegiate win. All three men lost their jobs because of the child sexual abuse scandal.

Left: Former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky was led away in handcuffs on Nov. 5 after his arrest on sexual abuse charges.
Above: On Oct. 29, former Penn State president Graham Spanier, left, and former athletic director Tom Curley, right, congratulated former football coach Joe Paterno on his 409th collegiate win. All three men lost their jobs because of the child sexual abuse scandal. Left: Former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky was led away in handcuffs on Nov. 5 after his arrest on sexual abuse charges. AP
Above: On Oct. 29, former Penn State president Graham Spanier, left, and former athletic director Tom Curley, right, congratulated former football coach Joe Paterno on his 409th collegiate win. All three men lost their jobs because of the child sexual abuse scandal. Left: Former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky was led away in handcuffs on Nov. 5 after his arrest on sexual abuse charges. AP

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