For seven months, folks in the State College and Penn State communities have been left to wonder, what role did Coach Joe Paterno really play in covering up the Sandusky scandal, or did he play a role at all?
"I don't necessarily think that he is 100% responsible," Penn State senior Frank Wendt said. "There were a lot of players and a lot of people who didn't do what they should have done and he's taking the heat for everybody, I think."
Most students we talked to about the new report say Joe Paterno was so widely respected on campus that no report, no matter which side it represents, can change the minds of the Penn State community and how they view the late coach.
But others say even though there are some answers, they want to know, why now?
"They had set forth, some what they call the 'myths' of the Freeh report relating to Joe Paterno," Tony DeBouf said.
WTAJ Legal Analyst Tony DeBouf says the Paterno family's report is an attempt to write the wrongs of the Freeh report. He says people who read it may be left questioning the Freeh report and the allegations they put forth involving the late coach.
One example of where the validity of the Freeh report may be questioned is in the chain of emails the Freeh report claims were sent between Paterno and other administrators.
"There was one, for example, uses the name 'Coach.' Well, that's what they also called Jerry Sandusky," DeBouf said. "So the question is, what coach were they talking about in that email?"
The Freeh report claims it's Paterno, but DeBouf says the new report makes you question that claim.
He says now, the Paterno family could take legal action, but says the more likely scenario is a future of discussion.
"I believe this is more of a question of what are people going to think in the future perhaps on their own more than it necessarily will be some legal implication," DeBouf said. "It will perhaps impact how lots of people think of Joe Paterno in the future."
Former FBI Director Louis Freeh said he stands by his report. He also said Paterno refused to speak with him, but in his initial report, he said Paterno said he was interested in speaking, but died before it could happen.
You can find his full statement on our website.