Jerry Sandusky could get 460 years in prison if convicted


This article was originally on a blog post platform and may be missing photos, graphics or links. See About archive blog posts.

Former Penn State assistant football Coach Jerry Sandusky could face a maximum prison sentence of 460 years if convicted of sexually abusing or molesting eight underage victims over a 14-year period, according to a criminal complaint filed last Friday that myfoxphilly obtained.

The complaint against Sandusky lists 37 alleged offenses resulting in 40 criminal counts, including six first-degree felony charges in connection with alleged deviate sexual intercourse.


Full coverage: Penn State scandal

‘Completely floored. I would’ve never imagined this,’ said Buffalo Bills safety Bryan Scott, who played at Penn State from 1999-2002 and roomed with Sandusky’s son, Jon, on road trips his freshman year.

‘He was a stand-up guy the way he interacted with the team and even around the kids,’ Scott added.

Sandusky was part of Paterno’s staff for three decades, beginning in 1969.


Paterno fired: Tom Bradley news conference highlights

Ashton Kutcher says he fumbled tweet after Paterno fired


Photos: Former Penn State coach accused in sexual abuse scandal

--Melissa Rohlin