Jerry Sandusky is currently facing 40 counts of sexual abuse involving young boys, but in this 2007 interview the former Penn State coach discusses his work on the children's charity he helped found, the Second Mile.
Headquartered in State College, Pa., the program was created to help underprivileged children. Some of Sandusky's alleged victims were involved with Second Mile.
"It’s an opportunity to throw out a rope to some kids and if they grab hold they can be champions," Sandusky says in a pre-game interview.
Sandusky is free on $100,000 bail, but still faces life imprisonment if convicted.
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