McQuery takes stand against Sandusky

Penn State football coach Mike McQuery testified against Jerry Sandusky, stating he saw Sandusky molest a boy, but did not call the police because he wasn't sure if the act was over.

McQuery was on the stand this morning during a preliminary hearing against two university officials, Tim Curley and Gary Schultz. Curley and Schultz say that McQuery only reported that there was inappropriate conduct.

Former assistant football coach Sandusky has been charged with sexually assaulting young boys.

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