Penn State has spent the last month in various stages of crisis management, from denial to anger to purging the entire chain of command in the wake of sexual abuse charges against longtime defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky. Now, inevitably, the university faces its first lawsuit, from a new victim who claims he was abused more than 100 times over five years:
The man met Sandusky at age 10 and is now under 30. He is not among the eight victims mentioned in a grand jury report.
The man says Sandusky abused him in a Penn State locker room, on trips to Philadelphia and a bowl game, and at the Sandusky home.
The suit also names the university and The Second Mile charity as defendants. The man says he knew the coach through the children's charity, and that the abuse occurred from 1992 to 1996.
In a statement read by his attorney, the 29-year-old man said "I am hurting and have been for a long because of what happened, but feel now even more tormented that I have learned of so many ot...