SBM Blog saw this coming over two years ago. Remember "Who's the Client? Penn State General Counsel and PSU Employees" from February 2012? We described howPenn State's Athletic Director and its senior vice president for finance and business both mistakenly thought they were being represented by Penn State's general counsel when they testified before the grand jury in the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse investigation. Now the Philadelphia Inquirer reports that Graham Spanier, Penn State's former president, is asking a federal judge to throw out misconduct charges against him because, he says, the prosecutor knew that Penn State's general counsel was representing Penn State, not Spanier, during the President's grand testimony, but allowed Spanier to testify anyway.