Joe Paterno did not stop Jerry Sandusky's alleged abuse, so Mike McQueary should have
In 1992 Sinead O'Connor stood on the stage of Saturday Night Live, held up a photograph of Pope John Paul II, sang the word "evil" and ripped up the photo to protest child abuse by the Catholic church.
And from that point on, her world came crashing down.
The Penn State coach had to know about Jerry Sandusky. And he had to do something.
I remember where I was Ronald Reagan was shot. I remember where I was when the space shuttle Challenger disintegrated over the Atlantic Ocean. I remember where I was when two airplanes hit the Twin Towers. I remember where I was when Twitter blew up with rumors that Osama Bin Laden had been killed.