Ex-Penn State officials plead to charges in Sandusky case; Spanier left as lone defendant

March 13, 2017 GMT

By Staff

HARRISBURG -- After five years of maintaining their innocence, two former Pennsylvania State University administrators on Monday pleaded guilty to child endangerment for not reporting Jerry Sandusky’s sexual abuse of children.

The guilty pleas in Dauphin County Court by ex-athletic director Tim Curley and former vice president Gary Schultz reflected an unexpected turn in the case, one of the largest scandals in the history of college athletics. They also narrowed the spotlight to the lone remaining defendant, former university President Graham Spanier, the once highly regarded president who led Penn State for 16 years.

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