TULSA - New information is out Monday about a possible Oklahoma tie to the scandal at Penn State.
Police at the University say they've received a letter from someone who says he may have been assaulted by Jerry Sandusky.
Officials have yet to publicly identify the potential victim, who is a prisoner in Oklahoma.
Sandusky, the longtime defensive coordinator at Penn State, now faces charges for sexually abusing eight boys over a 15-year period.
The Pennsylvania state attorney general isn't commenting about the possible Oklahoma connection.
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