STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (KDKA) — Penn State Football assistant coach Mike McQueary will not coach this weekend.

In a statement on the university’s official athletics website, Penn State says McQueary will not be at Saturday’s game against Nebraska – the last home game of the season.

The school says “multiple threats” have been made against McQueary.

McQueary was the graduate assistant who witnessed former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky allegedly sexually assault a young boy in a locker room shower in 2002.


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