In the 1999 Alamo Bowl game, Penn State defeated Texas A&M, 24-0. It was Jerry Sandusky's final game as an assistant coach for Penn State.
SAN ANTONIO -- San Antonio prosecutors say they haven't heard from Pennsylvania authorities or the person who accused former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky of abuse at the 1999 Alamo Bowl.
Prosecutors in Pennsylvania have alleged that Sandusky brought a person known as Victim 4 to San Antonio for his final game as Penn State's defensive coordinator.
Bexar County District Attorney Susan Reed tells the San Antonio Express-News that Pennsylvania prosecutors wouldn't give them the identity of Victim 4. Bexar prosecutors also asked officials there to tell the victim they would open a case with his cooperation. They say they haven't heard from him.
A report released Thursday claims former coach Joe Paterno and other top Penn State officials covered up what they knew about claims that Sandusky had abused children.
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