Rominger thinks Sandusky might take the stand at his sentencing hearing because he is maintaining his innocence.
Some of the victims are expected to testify at the hearing. Rominger is still skeptical of their motives especially now that one of then is reportedly writing a book.
Sandusky was convicted in June on 45 counts related to the sexual abuse of young boys. Many of the charges carry a ten year minimum sentencing. Sandusky and his attorney are hoping he'll serve his time somewhere near his family.
But Rominger hopes Sandusky won't spend very long in jail. He's already planning several different appeals to prove Sandusky was wrongly convicted.