Ex-Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky reportedly looking to do interviews over alleged abuse

Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant football coach charged with sexually abusing boys, leaves the Centre County Courthouse in Bellefonte, Pa., Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2011, after waiving his preliminary hearing. The decision moves him toward a trial on charges of child sex abuse. At least some of his 10 accusers had been expected to testify at Tuesday's hearing.
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(CBS) STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - Ex-Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky and his wife, Dottie, are looking to sit down and interivew with Oprah, "60 Minutes," Barbara Walters, or the new "Rock Center" with Brian Williams, says his lawyer Joe Amendola.

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FOX News says accused child molester Sandusky and his wife are reportedly contemplating doing a joint TV interview early next year, according to Amendola.

Sandusky has spoken briefly to reporters but has not yet done a full, sit-down interview with the media.

In an interview with Bob Costas on "Rock Center," Costas described Sandusky's answers about whether he was sexually attracted to young boys as being "somewhat odd."

In a New York Times online interview, Sandusky also denied the sex abuse charges.

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