Penn State Scandal: Jerry Sandusky Possibly Facing Federal Indictment

As if Jerry Sandusky didn't have enough to worry about already, a tweet by the SB Nation College Football account says that the former Penn St. Nittany Lions defensive coordinator could be facing a federal indictment.

The report comes from an ABC affiliate in Pennsylvania, stating that one of the alleged victims ("Victim 4") accompanied Sandusky across state lines to the Outback Bowl in Tampa Bay, Fla. in 1998 and the Alamo Bowl in San Antonio, Tex. in 1999.

Another report by the Patriot-News says that the federal interest in Sandusky has been brewing for a few weeks now. The report also says that there could be interest in the Second Mile charity, so things may not be done yet.

For the latest updates on the Penn State scandal and the Jerry Sandusky trial, visit our StoryStream. For more on the Nittany Lions, please visit Black Shoe Diaries, SB Nation's Penn State blog.

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