STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - Hundreds of Penn State alumni and fans called for the university's president and board of trustees to step down over their actions in wake of the child sex abuse scandal involving former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.
Former Pittsburgh Steeler Franco Harris and trustee Anthony Lubrano criticized the actions of Penn State officials following an FBI investigation conducted by Louis Freeh and tough NCAA sanctions against the university.
At the rally, there was a cardboard cutout of Joe Paterno, who stood next to speakers, and many people wore shirts or carried signs commemorating the longtime coach.
Lubrano called for legislative restructuring of the board and criticized Gov. Tom Corbett, a board member.
(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)
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