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Greg Schiano reportedly witnessed Jerry Sandusky child abuse, per unsealed testimony

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There is news involving former Rutgers head coach Greg Schiano today.

Documents related to the Penn State and Jerry Sandusky settlement were unsealed by Judge Gary Glazer, revealing more details about the case.

The main information taking the internet by storm is a court deposition from a Sandusky accuser who testified that he complained to Joe Paterno about an abuse incident in 1976.

Also included in these documents is Mike McQueary's deposition, which includes former Rutgers head coach Greg Schiano.

McQueary is describing the nature of his relationship with coach Tom Bradley, the current UCLA defensive coordinator and the man who succeeded Sandusky as defensive coordinator when he retired following the 1999 season. McQueary recalls conversations with Bradley regarding the abuse. Bradley had told McQueary that other assistants had come to him to discuss the abuse. He specifically named Greg Schiano as an assistant coach that came to him with information about Sandusky and a victim.

Schiano reportedly came into Bradley's office "white as a ghost" saying that he had just seen Sandusky doing something to a boy in the showers. McQueary did not know if Bradley had done anything about this and did not have any more details about what Schiano had seen. It should be noted that Bradley was Schiano's supervisor during this time period.

Schiano started off at Penn State as a graduate assistant in 1990 and then served as the defensive backs coach from 1991-1995. In 1996 he left Penn State for a job on the defensive staff of the Chicago Bears. He was the head coach of Rutgers football from 2001-2011. He compiled a 68-67 record, along with six bowl appearances at Rutgers.

This story is clearly fluid and we will do our best to keep you updated with relevant information as it becomes available. The newly released documents can be read in their entirety here.

UPDATE : Schiano made a statement denying McQueary's testimony to ESPN's Adam Schefter.