Hundreds of Penn State alumni and fans have attended a rally calling for the university's president and board of trustees to step down over their actions amid the child sex abuse scandal that engulfed the campus a year ago.
Speakers at Saturday's rally, including former Pittsburgh Steeler Franco Harris and trustee Anthony Lubrano, criticized the actions of officials following a critical internal investigation and tough NCAA sanctions.
A cardboard cutout of Joe Paterno stood next to the speakers, and many people wore shirts or carried signs commemorating the longtime coach, who was fired in November and died in January.
Lubrano called for legislative restructuring of the board and criticized Gov. Tom Corbett, a board member.
An email to a school spokesman seeking comment was not immediately returned.
In other development, the head of Penn State's Board of Trustees says the board isn't planning a detailed review of the school's internal investigation into the Sandusky scandal.
Former FBI director Louis Freeh led the school's investigation. He said Paterno and three school officials concealed allegations against Sandusky, his assistant, conclusions Paterno's family and the officials deny.
Trustees chairwoman Karen Peetz said Friday the board is focused on implementing changes recommended by Freeh, but it did not plan a detailed review of the report itself. She said that would take its course in upcoming trials or other legal channels.
Peetz was responding to a question from the crowd, and a few critical audience members chuckled. It was the first time public comment was allowed at a board meeting.