Now here comes the guy who’s been questioned, vilified, dismissed and demeaned, all stemming from the evening of Feb. 9, 2001 when he watched the movie “Rudy,” got inspired to go back to work and watch recruiting tape and instead stumbled upon Jerry Sandusky and a boy, later known as Victim No. 2, in an otherwise empty Penn State coaches shower.
He isn’t, though. He isn’t coaching anywhere. He’s a 37-year-old whose career, the one he once poured himself into, has stalled out. When new coach Bill O’Brien replaced Paterno, every assistant got a chance to interview, the lawsuit alleges, except Mike McQueary.
Couple of comments here...
#1) Don't you have to, you know... actually blow the whistle, to be a whistleblower?
#2) Who says you're guaranteed a job interview anywhere, particularly in college football? Granted, they would have been smart to interview him and then not hire him... but seriously, is there a more itinerant profession than coaching?