More alleged victims have contacted law enforcement authorities since former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky was arrested earlier this month. According to the NY Times approximately 10 victims in all, a development many have feared would be inevitable.

Sandusky spoke publically for the first time since being charged and since his former boss, legendary football coach Joe Paterno, was fired for his role in the case. "I could say that I have done some of those things. I have horsed around with kids I have showered after workouts." Sandusky told Bob Costas in a Rock Center interview, "… I have hugged them and I have touched their legs without intent of sexual contact."

But Sandusky denied being a pedophile, and his lawyer Joe Amendola took to the airwaves at the same time with the same message "The bottom line is jocks do that. They kid around, they horse around."

Meanwhile some are questioning the impartiality of the judge in the case. Judge Sandy Dutchcot chose not to recuse herself despite having volunteered Second Mile, the charity Sandusky founded and from which he came into contact with all 8 victims in the original indictment. Prosecutors had asked for $500,000 bail, but Judge Dutchcot released Sandusky on $100,000 unsecured bail – which means he doesn't not pay a dime, unless he fails to show up for his court appearance next month. And in another sign of leniency, given Sandusky essentially faces spending the rest of his life in prison if convicted, prosecutors had asked for ankle bracelet monitoring. Judge Dutchcot refused that request.

All these developments coming on a day when when the chief executive of Second Mille resigned. Jack Raykovitz was allegedly told of Sandusky's inappropriate conduct on more than one occasion, but like some officials at Penn State, he never reported the allegations to police. A lawyer for Second Mile had just resigned days before.