Cover-ups, bribes, fraud, misuse of government funds. That's what federal authorities will be looking into during their investigation of Penn State in the wake of the Sandusky scandal, according, as usual, to Sara Ganim of The Patriot-News.
Make no mistake—this isn't an inquiry into Sandusky's alleged crimes but rather a deep dive into what PSU might have done wrong. The U.S. Attorney's office last month slapped the school with a subpoena seeking financial records, emails, computer hard drives, payments made by board members to third parties, and correspondence with Sandusky's Second Mile charity. The case has been assigned to a well-regarded prosecutor who cracked open an ugly "kids for cash" scandal involving corrupt judges.