Sandusky on "Today?" It looks like the NBC morning talk show will host an interview with the former Penn State Nittany Lions assistant coach found guilty of sexually molesting a number of under-aged children. According to the Washington Post on March 22, Matt Lauer said the interview will air on Monday.
Lauer said that the interview will allow Sandusky to tell his side of the story and explain what happened on the Penn State campus for all those years. The former assistant coach has always denied the allegations, even after a jury found him guilty and the court sentenced him to between 30 and 60 years in prison for the conviction.
Sandusky, 69, will likely die behind bars for the 45 counts of child sex abuse.
In the Sandusky on "Today" interview, he will talk about Mike McQueary, the whistle blower who broke open the scandal, as well as his former boss Joe Paterno, who died in disgrace shortly after the allegations broke for covering up the scandal.
Sandusky on "Today" is not the first interview he has conducted about the incident. He also sat down with Bob Costas in 2011 and discussed showering with the boys.