I would caution not to jump to premature conclusions. Just because it says so in a police report, the Grand Jury rubber stamps the prosecutors requests and the media goes in a frenzy doesn't mean that it is true. From first hand experience I know more than I care to know about child molestation accusations and how some detectives lie in the police report to fit their narrative, and how some prosecutors don't care about guilt or innocence, truth or lie, they just want to make it stick and getting a conviction for a child molester will alway look good on their resume.
To me the question is: what verifiable evidence do they really have? Many other cases that I know about the detectives make up stuff as they go along. We, as a society are going so crazy about child molesters and sex stuff that we expect a child molester behind every bush and forget common sense. Numerous people in the justice system have told me off the record that once they have you in the system the prosecutor just wants to make it stick, they really don't care about truth or lie, innocence or guilt.
In cases like child molestation they usually have an easy game with the public, it furthers their careers to "catch" a child molester. And for the accused his/her constitutional rights are kicked to the curb, with those accusations the accused have to prove that they are innocent.
The daughter of a friend of mine (daughter is a teacher) is spending 11 years in jail for alleged child molestation despite of the fact that all witnesses recanted and admitted they lied.
Or read the the case of Sean Lanigan http://www.fathersandfamilies.org/?Sean Lanigan, Acquitted of Abuse, Tries to Put Life Back Together « Fathers & Families
Tonya Craft is another example Tonya Craft: Did Grudges Lead to Child Molestation Witch Hunt? - Crimesider - CBS News
Or the witch hunt in CA www.witchhuntmovie.com
From my experience I have learned to ask questions and wait for the actual evidence, instead of taking everything police,, prosecutor or media spread at face value.
Probabably not the popular opinion here but born out of personal experience and lots of research. I don't know if the Penn State accusations are true, if they are, those involved should be punished to the full extent of the law but as far as I am concerned I consider them innocent until proven guilty.