Sandusky Claims "Not Sexually Attracted to Young Boys"

By Scott Sarvay

November 15, 2011 Updated Nov 15, 2011 at 3:20 PM EST

STATE COLLEGE, Penn. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Jerry Sandusky denies abusing young boys during a phone interview with NBC News.

Speaking with Bob Costas on "Rock Center," Sandusky admitted it was inappropriate for him to shower with the young boys and "horsing around' with them, but denied sexually assaulting any of them.

The New York Times is reporting that 10-new boys have made similar accusations of sex abuse against Sandusky. That's on top of the 8 boys who've spoken to authorities, resulting in the 40-counts Sandusky is already facing.

The sex scandal has rocked Penn State and forced the university to fire Head Football Coach Joe Paterno.

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