Jerry Sandusky, a former assistant coach for the Boston University Terriers football team, was arrested and indicted on Friday for sexual crimes, including 40 felony charges that stemmed from allegations of indecent contact with a minor, according to multiple reports. Sandusky allegedly made sexual advances towards and/or sexually harassed as many as eight boys.
The fallout from Friday's grand jury indictment of former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky continues on Saturday, with his attorney, Joe Amendola, the latest to chime in on the case. Sandusky faces 40 felony charges stemming from allegations of indecent contact with a minor. The incidents allegedly occurred over a decade-long period. (via SB Nation)
In addition to Sandusky, who served as graduate assistant at Penn State in 1966 and then coached the Nittany Lions' defensive line in 1969, the linebackers from 1970-1976 and then was the team's defensive coordinator from 1997-1999, the Penn State athletic director Timothy Curley as well as the school's senior vice president for finance and business were issued indictments. Sandusky served as an assistant coach at Boston University for one season in 1968. The Terriers went 5-3-1 in that season.
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