If nothing else, the Penn State sanctions have done this much good: They upset Jerry Sandusky. The convicted molester's lawyer, Joe Amendola, says Sandusky thinks it's "ridiculous" that anyone thinks Penn State administrators covered up for his crimes, which, he insists, never happened anyway. "He said, 'To do what they're doing to Penn State is so unjust," Amendola told the AP. "He loves the program and he loves the university."
"He continues to believe that the truth will come out at some point, and that he'll get another trial or another opportunity to establish his innocence," Amendola added. Sandusky never testified during his trial, but he has been writing a statement to read during his sentencing that will address all 10 sets of charges. Amendola has advised him not to read it, but "whether he winds up doing it … is going to be up to him," he said. "It's his life."