STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP MODIFIED) - The results of Penn State's internal investigation into the Jerry Sandusky scandal will be release at 9 a.m. today, in the form of a report that could answer many of the troubling questions swirling around one of the darkest scandals in sports history.
The report is the product of a team led by former federal judge and FBI director Louis Freeh.
They've interviewed hundreds of people to learn how the university responded to warning signs that its once revered former defensive coordinator was a serial child molester.
Sandusky is awaiting sentencing after being convicted on 45 criminal counts last month at a trial that included gut-wrenching testimony from eight young men who said he abused them.
By contrast, the Freeh report is expected to focus on Penn State.
The report will be posted on http://www.TheFreehReportonPSU.com .
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