Penn State University's Board of Trustees will continue to meet in Hershey on Friday. On Friday afternoon it's expected they will be confronted by some former football players who are upset about their handling of the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
The former players plan to speak to the board during the public comment section of the meeting. They plan to hold a press conference afterwards.
This is the first board meeting since the Paterno family sanctioned report was released, which blasted the University's Freeh report.
During a session Thursday, it was clear board members are divided on the outcomes of each report.
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