To Penn State alumnus Dannielle Jenkins, Former FBI Director Louis Freeh's report of his investigation of Penn State has "a lot of speculation" in it.
Jenkins, Class of 2002, said she has read most of the 267 page report, and believes there wasn't enough "hard evidence" reported.
"For them to imply [former head football coach Joe Paterno] covered something up for the football program is ridiculous," Jenkins said.
Cynthia Zujkowski, another attendee said she and her husband have been supporting the Penn State football program financially for years, and that the media has a part in the events that have transpired since November.
Zujkowski is a resident of Clarks Summit, so she came to today's Penn State Board of Trustees meeting for a chance to see the board members up close and believes the trustees should resign from their positions.
Also a frustration for Zujkowski is her belief that Gov. Tom Corbett has used the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse case for "political advantages."
Both Jenkins and Zujkowski are looking to hear what the trustees say about the Freeh report and if they will take the responsibility what happened on the Penn State campus.