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Mike McQueary Catches Foul Ball At State College Spikes Game

Former Penn State assistant football coach Mike McQueary, a key witness in the child sexual abuse trial of Jerry Sandusky, caught a foul ball at the minor-league State College Spikes game Sunday night, according to several sources on Twitter.

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At local baseball game. Mike McQueary catches a foul ball crowd just stares.

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Weird. McQueary was probably pretty much impossible to miss, due to his shock of red hair. Even though he was a key whistleblower in the Sandusky case, there are questions about how much McQueary did to stop Sandusky when he saw him abusing a boy in the football showers at Penn State. McQueary is probably done as a coach, Ron Musselman notes, but he wants to stay in State College, which is a little strange because it's a town where people with a wide spectrum of opinions on the scandal would have reasons to dislike him.

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Obviously, McQueary is free to do as he likes. It's just a little jarring for him to be out having fun in about the most public way you can in State College in the summer (or, well, most summers), just two days after Sandusky was convicted.

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For more on the Penn State scandal, check out this StoryStream.

Photographs by dizfunk used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.