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Andy Colwell, Associated Press
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett, left, speaks with governor's office communication director Kevin Harley before the start of the regularly scheduled Penn State Board of Trustees meeting in State College, Pa., Friday, Jan. 20, 2012. Penn State President Rodney Erickson is using the meeting as an opportunity to address the perception that the university isn't being as open and honest as it could be in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal.

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — The Penn State trustee overseeing the school's internal investigation into child sexual abuse allegations against a former assistant coach says there's no timetable for results of the probe.

Ken Frazier had said last month he hoped to have the results by May. But he told trustees at a meeting Friday that results may not come now until next fall.

Frazier then added there was no "artificial timetable" — he wants to give investigators ample time for thorough questioning.

Trustees are meeting for the first time since the chaotic week in November after dozens of child sex abuse charges were filed against Jerry Sandusky.

Trustees have tabbed former FBI director Louis Freeh as their lead investigator.