Penn State is asking for subpoenas.
Mike McQueary, the former Penn State football assistant coach and key witness in the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal, has a whistleblower suit filed against the university in Centre County court.
On Tuesday, attorney Nancy Conrad for the university filed a request for 10 subpoenas. The information says the subpoenas have already been sent via FedEx, but doesn’t specify the recipients.
In April, paperwork was filed for some subpoenas.
Among them is former Penn State linebacker Matt Rhule. McQueary was a quarterback at the same time Rhule played.
Today, McQueary is known as the graduate assistant who reported seeing Sandusky in the shower with a young boy. Rhule is now the head coach at Temple, leading the Owls to their first win over the Nittany Lions in more than 70 years.
Court documents show the attorneys asking for information about McQueary’s job hunting and lawsuit against Penn State.
Earnest Wilson, coach at Elizabeth City State in North Carolina, was a graduate assistant at Penn State in 1993 and 1994 is also listed.
Others in the documents include agent and attorney Brett Senior and Villanova head coach Andy Talley.