While the Freeh report found that Penn State had made 71 separate payments to Sandusky between , they were off by almost 85 percent, as the correct number was six separate payments". The board accepted it and named provost Rodney Erickson as interim president. Frazier's testimony  adds, "Just as I said in the case of Mr. In a statement, the conference stated that its intentions were "not to destroy a great university, but rather to seek justice and constructively assist a member institution with its efforts to reform. But I had reached the conclusion that, from the standpoint of what the University's values would be interpreted to be by the broader public, that what was known was sufficiently serious as it relates to child sexual abuse that it would send the wrong message about our values as a University if Coach Paterno were allowed to coach as though none of this had ever happened. I love to be around them. However, this designation will likely be symbolic since Sandusky will almost certainly die in prison. Sandusky[ edit ] Trial[ edit ] During the Sandusky trial, an accuser and Sandusky's wife Dottie both testified about the Alamo Bowl incident. Nine or ten days later the exact date is unknown , McQueary received a phone call from Curley regarding the incident and set up a meeting with Curley and Schultz in the Bryce Jordan Center either that same afternoon or the next day to go over the details of what had happened in the shower room. Bazan, when approached by a reporter about the bathroom incident, said, "It's a legal matter. Curly, my initial feeling was, when I first heard about this, that the facts had not been established and we needed to be careful to make sure we understood the facts. Penn State must enter into an "athletics integrity agreement" with the NCAA and Big Ten, appoint a university-wide athletic compliance officer and compliance council, and accept an NCAA-appointed athletic integrity monitor for the duration of its probation. His furious mom said she ended up being the one who called police from the 32nd Precinct after her emotional meeting with Bazan and Blackwood. The board also did not like that Paterno released statements on his own rather than through the school, with some board members feeling he may have breached his contract. It said that Spanier not only made unauthorized statements to the press, but failed to tell the board all he knew about the incident. This probe was separate from the Clery Act investigation. Rather than risk having Paterno learn about the decision via the media, the board decided to order him to leave immediately via telephone.