Sandusky jurors' speak out
BELLEFONTE, Pa. (AP) - One of the jurors in Jerry Sandusky's trial says it was the credibility of the accusers that solidified the case against him. The retired Penn State football coach was found guilty last night on 45 counts of child sex abuse. Joshua Harper told NBC's "Today" show that the victims who testified were "very convincing." Harper says as the verdict was read Sandusky appeared to be accepting his fate. Defense lawyers say they'll appeal, but Sandusky is in jail today and could remain there for the rest of his life.