Penn State trustees are pushing to honor Joe Paterno more than a decade after the coach was fired amid the fallout from the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.

Those trustees and high-ranking university representatives met privately twice in January to discuss whether to name the football field at Beaver Stadium after Paterno, SpotlightPA reported.

A group of trustees are pushing to name the football field after Paterno, while board and university officials are hesitant, according to the report. Sandusky was a long-time assistant coach on Paterno’s staff, and was convicted on dozens of child sex abuse counts in 2012 and was sentenced to serve up to 60 years behind bars.

The board fired Paterno in 2011 and a statue of Paterno outside the football stadium was removed, while the NCAA vacated more than 100 wins from Paterno’s record. The wins were later restored, and Paterno holds the record for most wins in NCAA football history with 409. Paterno was Penn State’s head football coach for 45 years and won 2 national championships.

Paterno died of lung cancer several months after he was fired.