Penn State Paid $28 Million To Another Company With Close Ties To Sandusky's CharityLuke O'Brien11/18/11 5:50pmFiled to: Penn state scandalPenn state scandal financialsJerry sanduskyJerry sandusky child abusePenn State Nittany LionsThe second mileCollege FootballMichael fioreTom corbettNewstweetTop82EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkYes, Penn State and The Second Mile overlapped in many ways. Penn State grad students wrote essays for the charity's annual reports. Second Mile kids participated in programs on the university campus. And companies controlled by Second Mile board members scored juicy contracts from Penn State. Earlier today, we revealed that Poole Anderson, the construction company run by Second Mile chairman Bob Poole, made $25 million off the school in 2009 and 2010. Poole Anderson wasn't the only one.