Maybe what I said was wrong in hindsight, but I think crimes and offenses going unreported to the police by head coaches is more apparant than people think. Players would never want to play for a guy that reports them to the police if they have any sort of criminal capability in them, and the coaches may not want to coach for a guy that reports their issues to the police. (yes it sounds cruel, but it's obvious Sandusky isn't a very sane person)

The only thing close to this seriousness (at least in the major public) the last few years was the dogfighting ring by Michael Vick, and it also seemed in that situation that at least players and maybe coaches had to of ignored that situation until the authorities show up and then all of a sudden everyone comes out.