"There are people right now that are supporting Joe. They are rioting and doing things they shouldn't be doing," he said. "I equate these students that are rioting to the occupiers on New York City right now. They're not mature enough to understand why they're rioting. They weren't there when this happened. What are they protesting? They're protesting that someone with a tremendous responsibility failed to fulfill his moral responsibility and other people failed as well."
He said he wouldn't go anyway _ and had no problem with his fellow former Nittany Lions presenting a unified front _ as long as they remembered the true victims of this case.