There's plenty of reaction from everyone involved after the sentence came down, including Attorneys of Sandusky's victims.
WTAJ spoke with the lawyers for victim's number 5 & 4, and though the minimum sentence is 30 years, less than many hoped, they seemed more than happy with the result. Tom Kline, who represents victim #2, says they hoped for a different reaction from Sandusky.
"My client had hoped in his heart that Mr. Sandusky would come to the court and say that he had some remorse, and that we would see some contrition..."
Kline says despite their hopes, what they saw from Sandusky, was a man far from apologetic, and reaching for excuses.
"We saw this defiance that was again echoed on the courthouse steps by his lawyers, saying this was a grand conspiracy, victims, families, the press that lawyers the prosecutors, Penn state is now included in the conspiracy..."
Ben Andreozzi represents victim 4, and agrees that the conspiracy allegation is alarming.
"One thing that struck me is that the conspiracy has now grown to include Penn state..."
Andreozzi says when his client spoke today in court, and he was taken aback.
"It looked like he was looking at him, right in the eyes, that was not something that was coached or rehearsed, but it was something that he did on his own."
Kline says his client considered it a priority to speak his mind, straight to Sandusky.
"He felt that it was important to tell the court, but as important tell Mr. Sandusky these acts, these horrible acts really hurt me."
Andreozzi says that they're happy with the sentence, and consider it a win for many.
"I think it was a win for the prosecution and a win for all the victims in the case..."
Tom Kline also added that he was happy that the judge acknowledged the courage and bravery that it took for all of the victims to come forward.
Kline says in his 33 years of practicing law, he's never seen a more courageous man than his client, victim number 2.