December 18, 2011 by staff
Mike Mcqueary, It’s never been easy for Mike McQueary to stay in the shadows. With a 6-foot-4 frame capped by a beacon of neon-orange hair, the young coach always stood out like a lighthouse amid the consciously drab blue-and-white sea that is the Penn State football sideline.
Joe Paterno certainly never had any trouble finding him and his headphone-cupped ears on those football Saturdays that now seem so impossibly quaint and long-ago.
And on Friday, from the moment he walked into Courtroom 1 on the fifth floor of the Dauphin County Courthouse, McQueary again became the absolute focus, this time for a few hundred rapt media members and spectators.
More than a month after a child sex-abuse scandal crashed into his alma mater and employer like a meteor, McQueary, the 37-year-old assistant at the center of perhaps the most lurid of the many accusations against Jerry Sandusky, finally surfaced at a preliminary hearing for administrators Tim Curley and Gary Schultz.
His hair, in keeping with Penn State’s accepted grooming customs, was perfectly combed, the sky-blue tie he wore over a white shirt well-knotted, his charcoal-gray suit crisply pressed.
That neat image, though, couldn’t sanitize the grubby details contained in the self-assured answers he provided lawyers for the state and the defendants.
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