The calls are getting louder for longtime Penn State football coach Joe Paterno to step down over over allegations he knew an assistant coach sexually abused young boys for a decade. Jerry Sandusky, a former defensive coordinator, is being accused of sexually abusing at least eight boys over a 15-year period. The question now becomes who knew about the incidents and why they went unreported. Penn State is reportedly figuring out an exit plan for Paterno, who is in his 46th season as head coach. A crowd of fans gathered outside his house to show their support on Tuesday night.
Connor Ennis, college football editor for The New York Times, discusses the latest on the case.