The Nebraska–Penn State football game began with a moment of silence, as players from both teams kneeled together in the center of the stadium in recognition of the victims of the child-sex-abuse scandal that has rocked the school. The stadium was swathed in blue, the color associated with child-abuse prevention, as fans dressed in blue and the band carried blue flags. It's the first time in 46 years that Joe Paterno was not leading the team, and his son, Jay, a quarterbacks coach, took his usual spot on the team bus. In the stands, several fans dressed as the legendary coach. Former football coach Jerry Sandusky was arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting at least eight boys. If his case goes to trial, it's likely that his victims would have to testify.