(1) Has the FBI been notified?
If this matter is as serious as the reports appear to be, then there is NO way that any internal investigation, or even an investigation by local or campus police, or even an investigation by the state police, can be trusted, as there are too many potential actors–across a variety of positions in and out of the university–who have a vested interest in covering their tracks.
It’s long past time to get the FBI in there.
(2) Why is Mike McQueary still on staff?
It appears, at this point, that former head coach Joe Paterno made one mistake: he failed to make one extra phone call–to the police–to report what someone told him that he witnessed. (On the other hand, if the corruption in the administration is as severe as it appears to have been, then that extra phone call would have been moot, as the campus police has reports on Sandusky going all the way back to 1998, and nothing was done about that.)
Having said that, McQueary is a former Penn State and NFL quarterback. While he was a “graduate assistant”, he was no wet teenager: he was a grown adult who (a) witnessed a sexual assault, (b) was in a position to intervene and stop the assault, (c) did not intervene to stop the assault, and (d) rather than go to authorities, went to his coach to report the incident.
He was the sole eyewitness to the assault, and–as such–was the most credible person to intervene. He neither intervened nor went to authorities.
At the very least, his resignation needs to be demanded.
(3) What makes you think that replacing Paterno with Tom Bradley will make the situation materially better?
If the corruption is as widespread as it appears to be, then the more prudent step would be to immediately disband the football program, dismiss all football players to finish their classes, fire every coach and administrator connected to the program, and keep the football program shut down until the investigation is complete and a complete airing of the facts is made public.
If the latest story about Sandusky has any truth to it, then the university–as you know it–is hosed.