The 34th overall pick in this year's draft started his college career playing for Joe Paterno.
He's changed his name and started a nonprofit to benefit victims of childhood sexual abuse, but the past won't go away.
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Fourth And Long: Staying At Penn State
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Sportswriter Joe Posnanski had authorized access to Paterno and his inner circle as the Jerry Sandusky scandal engulfed the campus and the nation.
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Here's a look back at Penn State victories that will be scrubbed from the record books.
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