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Penn State University President Graham Spanier poses in his office in the Old Main building in State College, Pennsylvania, in this February 26, 1997 file photo. REUTERS/Craig Houtz/Files

Penn State University President Graham Spanier poses in his office in the Old Main building in State College, Pennsylvania, in this February 26, 1997 file photo. REUTERS/Craig Houtz/Files
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Penn State University President Graham Spanier poses in his office in the Old Main building in State College, Pennsylvania, in this February 26, 1997 file photo. REUTERS/Craig Houtz/Files

Penn State University President Graham Spanier poses in his office in the Old Main building in State College, Pennsylvania, in this February 26, 1997 file photo. REUTERS/Craig Houtz/Files
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Penn State University President Graham Spanier poses in his office in the Old Main building in State College, Pennsylvania, in this February 26, 1997 file photo. REUTERS/Craig Houtz/Files

Penn State University President Graham Spanier poses in his office in the Old Main building in State College, Pennsylvania, in this February 26, 1997 file photo. REUTERS/Craig Houtz/Files
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Penn State athletic director Tim Curley (L) and Penn State president Graham Spanier watch the Nittany Lions' football game against Texas Tech from the sidelines of Beaver Stadium in State College, Pennsylvania in this September 9, 1995 file photo. REUTERS/Craig Houtz/Files

Penn State athletic director Tim Curley (L) and Penn State president Graham Spanier watch the Nittany Lions' football game against Texas Tech from the sidelines of Beaver Stadium in State College, Pennsylvania in this September 9, 1995 file photo. REUTERS/Craig Houtz/Files
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Penn State University President Graham Spanier (L) and Second Mile founder and Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, attend the Second Mile Celebrity Golf Classic, in State College, Pennsylvania, in this 1997 file photo. Sandusky will spend the rest of his days in a maximum security prison in the southwest corner of Pennsylvania. Sandusky, 68, who was sentenced to 30 to 60 years in prison this month for sexually...more

Penn State University President Graham Spanier (L) and Second Mile founder and Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, attend the Second Mile Celebrity Golf Classic, in State College, Pennsylvania, in this 1997 file photo. Sandusky will spend the rest of his days in a maximum security prison in the southwest corner of Pennsylvania. Sandusky, 68, who was sentenced to 30 to 60 years in prison this month for sexually abusing 10 boys over a 15-year period, was transferred to the State Correctional Institution at Greene County. The scandal led to the firing of university President Graham Spanier nearly a year ago. REUTERS/Craig Houtz/Files
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Penn State University President Graham Spanier is pictured in this undated handout photograph. Former Penn State assistant football coach and convicted child sexual predator Jerry Sandusky will spend the rest of his days in a maximum security prison in the southwest corner of Pennsylvania. The scandal led to the firing of university President Graham Spanier nearly a year ago. REUTERS/Courtesy Penn State University/Handout/Files

Penn State University President Graham Spanier is pictured in this undated handout photograph. Former Penn State assistant football coach and convicted child sexual predator Jerry Sandusky will spend the rest of his days in a maximum security prison in the southwest corner of Pennsylvania. The scandal led to the firing of university President Graham Spanier nearly a year ago. REUTERS/Courtesy Penn State University/Handout/Files
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Penn State athletic director Tim Curley (L) and Penn State president Graham Spanier watch the Nittany Lions' football game against Texas Tech from the sidelines of Beaver Stadium in State College, Pennsylvania in this September 9, 1995 file photo. REUTERS/Craig Houtz/Files

Penn State athletic director Tim Curley (L) and Penn State president Graham Spanier watch the Nittany Lions' football game against Texas Tech from the sidelines of Beaver Stadium in State College, Pennsylvania in this September 9, 1995 file photo. REUTERS/Craig Houtz/Files
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Penn State University President Graham Spanier poses in his office in the Old Main building in State College, Pennsylvania, in this February 26, 1997 file photo. REUTERS/Craig Houtz/Files

Penn State University President Graham Spanier poses in his office in the Old Main building in State College, Pennsylvania, in this February 26, 1997 file photo. REUTERS/Craig Houtz/Files
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