Yeah.. I initially wrote that Paterno forced out Sandusky, but the administration made him a professor emeritus which gave him access to the university facilities, but wasn't sure if he forced him out so I deleted it. I didn't know much about the 70s... I was in school there in the late 90s, but also around in the early 80s watching games..but as a kid. I just remember players like Curtis Enis getting suspended for a bowl game and such. But it also did seem that the football players were kind of kings on campus so the fact that they got away with things and were actually protected by Paterno and the cops also makes sense. My perception was probably shaped by being a kid in that era and seeing more what I wanted to see than the reality. Edit: I shouldn't have said 'any minor infraction'.. but more infractions that didn't seem to be a big deal at other football programs.