An embarrassing situation for Penn State and one of its former coaches has suddenly taken a very serious turn for at least one current member of the school's athletic department.
If you recall from Friday, former Nittany Lions assistant Jerry Sandusky, once thought to be the heir apparent to Joe Paterno, was indicted by a grand jury on 40 counts relating to allegations of sexually abusing children. The indictments came 10 months after several PSU officials, including Paterno and athletic director Tim Curley, were called to testify in front of the grand jury regarding the allegations made against Sandusky, some of which allegedly occurred while Sandusky was on Paterno's coaching staff.
Now, one of those individuals is facing charges himself. According to the Associated Press, Curley, along with PSU vice president for finance and business Gary Schultz, have been charged with perjury and failure to report suspected sexual abuse of a minor.
Neither Curley nor Schultz have been arreste...