Beyond Sandusky and Paterno, the figures are less well known—but their connections abound
State College native and former Penn State quarterback witnessed the '02 incident, reported it to Paterno, then to Schultz and Curley. Placed on leave.
Founding editor, Journal of Family Issues; hosted a Big Ten Network show. What he knew of the '98 and '02 cases remains unclear. Fired Nov. 9.
Former senior V.P.
Oversaw Penn State police, among other duties. Has campus child-care facility named for him. Charged with perjury, failure to report. Resigned Nov. 6.