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by Kip Richeal,Jerry Sandusky
Touched: The Jerry Sandusky Story is a 2001 autobiography of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky outlining his career with the Penn State Nittany Lions and his charitable work with The Second Mile
Touched: The Jerry Sandusky Story is a 2001 autobiography of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky outlining his career with the Penn State Nittany Lions and his charitable work with The Second Mile. The book is somewhat unusual among sports biographies in that it focuses on an assistant coach, and in its focus on Sandusky's work with his charity. It garnered renewed attention after Sandusky was charged with several counts of child sexual abuse.
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Sandusky talks about his 2nd Mile kids and his "Son" Matt, who tried a suicide attempt and was probably there for his convience. And His wife seemed in on as well. This Guy deserves the BOOK thrown at him. And Yes, I am trying to read this GARBAGE book
Sandusky talks about his 2nd Mile kids and his "Son" Matt, who tried a suicide attempt and was probably there for his convience. And Yes, I am trying to read this GARBAGE book. The only reason to get it is "Collector" value. Prepare for a heavy dose of lies. 9 people found this helpful.
Touched is the story of Jerry Sandusky's life in his own words . Sandusky's behavior throughout the charges and counter-charges remained baffling. this book gets the award for the most ironic title of the decade. I haven't read this book nor will I since supporting Sandusky would be the furthest thing from my mind.
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Sandusky co-wrote an autobiography titled Touched: The Jerry Sandusky Story (ISBN 9781582612706), which was published in 2001. His co-writer was Keith Kip Richeal. repeated descriptions of Sandusky hugging boys and talking about being very close to boys. I enjoyed pretending as a kid, and I love doing the same as an adult with these kids. Other books by Sandusky include: Developing linebackers the Penn State way, Leisure Press, 1981.
The book was co-written by Sandusky and Kip Richeal, a former Penn State journalism student who has been disabled for his entire life with hip dysplasia. Sandusky and Richeal met when Richeal was an equipment manager for the Penn State football team in the early 1980s.
Touched: The Jerry Sandusky Story" published 11 years before child .
Touched: The Jerry Sandusky Story" published 11 years before child abuse charges against ex-PSU football coach. In the introduction of the book, Richeal, who was born with hip dysplasia and is disabled, describes an "odd" question posed by Sandusky when they first met: My first real contact with Jerry Sandusky came from a rather odd question he posed to me: "How much do you weigh, young man?" I was puzzled, because I knew he wasn't interested in me as a linebacker, but I told him I weighed about 95 pounds. I did and the locker room scale topped out at 96.
Co-author Kip Richeal says he never saw Sandusky do anything inappropriate with young boys. From his childhood to his professional career, this book goes behind the scenes to explore the successes and challenges that Jerry Sandusky has faced in life, both on and off the football field. After graduating from Penn State in 1966, Sandusky went on to coach collegiate football for 34 years. Thirty-two of those years were with Penn State, as the defensive coordinator and linebackers coach under Joe Paterno, until his retirement in 1999.