November 10th, 2011
05:13 PM ET

AC360 Poll: Mike McQueary

Mike McQueary is the former graduate assistant who says he witnessed Jerry Sandusky assaulting a boy nearly a decade ago and told Joe Paterno what he saw. Today, McQueary is a Penn State assistant coach.  Some say reporting the 2002 incident to Paterno was not enough, and McQueary should have done more to stop the abuse. Do you think McQueary should be allowed to coach on Saturday when Penn State plays Nebraska?

Filed under: Crime & Punishment
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  1. Lu

    Mike McQueary should be fired too. He witnessed a criminal act and never called police. I know what I would do and it wouldn't be walking away and letting a child be abused. Mike McQueary could have been a hero for that child.

    November 10, 2011 at 9:39 pm |
  2. Stacie

    so, when coaches talk about THEIR HOUSE referring to the stadium etc where the games are played...it words seem to take on a feeling that this HOUSE is SACRED GROUND...no on is gonna come into OUR HOUSE and walk all over us.. are pep talk words we have all heard. It is just sad that Joe Paterno did not clean HIS HOUSE better when he found out. It seems like from what I read he felt reporting it ot his superiors was enough. He should have used his power and importance to insist the right thing be done for the victim...or victims...instead it sounds as if it was all about protecting THE HOUSE from harm..and bad publicity with the victim being the last of Joe or anybody else's concern. Now all you have is a dirty house.

    November 10, 2011 at 7:45 pm |