Pennsylvania State University reportedly will pay about $60 million to settle most of the personal injury claims filed by men who alleged they were sexually abused by Jerry Sandusky when they were children.
Both the Wall Street Journal and the Legal Intelligencer reported the figure Thursday, nearly a week after the university's trustees announced tentative settlements had been reached with some of the former football coach's victims.
According to the Journal, Penn State has reached agreements in about 25 of 30 cases. The Legal Intelligencer put the number of outstanding cases at "likely 10 or fewer." Both newspapers cited unidentified sources.