Judging by the looming trial against former Penn St. Nittany Lions defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky, two things just keep happening over and over in any court proceeding: one side wants to keep delaying, and both sides keep wrangling over evidence.
Sandusky's defense wants the trial delayed, which would be at least the second such stoppage. It's scheduled to begin June 5 after originally slated to start in May, with a pretrial hearing set for Wednesday. Defense attorney Joe Amendola says he needs more time and says he's still waiting to hear back from the prosecution regarding the sharing of certain evidence.
And speaking, as always, of evidence, the prosecution wants Sandusky's computer hard drive, but the defense says it would cost $10,000 in equipment to make that happen.