[text-box]Passing by Holuba Hall, where several football players were conducting unsupervised workouts, Paterno stopped to watch for a few minutes without speaking to anyone, he said. Suitably impressed, he returned to his office where he reported to the coaching staff that at least one player had looked good and caught his eye.
“You know you broke a rule?” someone said, pointing out that coaches aren’t permitted to watch players working out before the start of practice in August.
Penn State spokesman Jeff Nelson said the university will report the incident to the NCAA.
Paterno admits he broke rule (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)[/text-box]