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Jerry Sandusky Interview to Air on Monday

NBC’s Today Show will air an interview with Jerry Sandusky on Monday, according to the following tweet:

From the post on

The former longtime defensive coordinator will describe what he says happened on the campus, and what he thinks of whistleblower Mike McQueary and late head coach Joe Paterno.

Jerry Sandusky has been in jail for a total of 273 days since a Centre County jury convicted him on 45 counts of child sexual abuse on June 22nd.

On October 9th, 2012, Judge John Cleland sentenced Sandusky to 30-60 years in prison. At the sentencing hearing, Sandusky spoke at length before the court and media. On the previous night, PSU Comradio released audio of him speaking from his cell.

Although it isn’t known when the interview will air on Monday, the Today show typically runs from 7 a.m.-11 a.m. EST

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