Judge sends two PSU administrators to trial

    Two Penn State University administrators are due in court today for a preliminary hearing, but their attorneys don’t plan to call any witnesses.The Patriot-News reports assistant football coach Mike McQueary is expected to be the main witness today in the hearing for athletic director Tim Curley and vice president Gary Schultz. The pair are accused of perjury and failure to report a crime in the child sex abuse case against former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.

    Update, 4 p.m. Dec. 16 Curley and Schultz will go to trial, the Patriot-News reports, following today’s testimony from McQueary and his father, and the reading of grand jury scripts. Bail for both is $75,000.

    McQueary told the grand jury investigating the abuse that he’d seen Sandusky sodomizing a boy on campus and then reported it to Curley and Schultz, who did not take the complaint to the authorities.

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