After allegedly witnessing a rape, Legendary Penn State Coach, Joe Patero has been fired!
And The University President Graham Spanier decided to step down before he too gets the boot.
Paterno and Spanier are just two university officials who have been under fire for not going to police with their knowledge of Jerry Sandusky's alleged sex abuse incidents with young boys ... some dating back to 1994.
Our sources have obtained the criminal complaint filed last Friday against former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky, which offers details beyond the grand jury indictment.
We can't publish the complaint, because it contains personal identification details. But it details all 40 offenses against Sandusky, who is accused of sexually abusing or molesting eight underage victims over a 14-year period.
Based on the maximum sentencing for each count, Sandusky faces 460 years in charges.
Hundreds of students are rallying on the Penn State campus -- many chanting support for Joe Paterno, the legendary lead coach who was just fired for allegedly witnessing the rapes. The rallies got violent -- a local CBS news van was tipped over and street signs torn down. Police were in riot gear are trying to disperse the crowds.
Another man who witnessed Jerry Sandusky allegedly rape a pre-teen boy in the Penn State locker room in 2002 WILL be allowed to continue as a receivers coach when the team plays Nebraska on Saturday ... and he's taking Joe Paterno's spot.
Mike McQueary will replace Paterno. Allegedly, McQuery reported the incident to Joe Paterno -- but never called police.
Coach Mike McQuery has now been placed in protective custody after multiple threats and is currently on Administrative Leave.
McQueary testified in a grand jury investigation that he saw Sandusky sodomizing a boy in the shower in 2002.
He wrote a statement to his players today saying,
I wanted to let you guys know I'm not your coach anymore. I'm done.