By all accounts, Gerry Sandusky is a very good man.
He stands in stark contrast to Jerry Sandusky, who is a very bad man.
Unfortunately for Gerry, play-by-play announcer for the Baltimore Ravens, many people on Twitter continue to confuse him with the former Penn State coach and convicted child molester.
"I've had many invitations to spend eternity in hell," Sandusky recently told the Ravens' official website.
Clarifying his identity appears to have become an unsavory part-time job for Sandusky. He estimates 60 percent of the tweets he receives are meant for the other guy. Take the following Twitter exchange from earlier Monday:
@christ_montana I'm not. I'm a Baltimore sportscaster whose name sounds like JS, but I'm Gerry with a G, no relation to that Jerry.- Gerry Sandusky (@GerrySandusky) July 2, 2012
We can only imagine how frustrating this situation must be, but Sandusky has handled it with class.
"Early on, I probably found myself getting sucked into the negativity a little bit, trying to fight it a little too much," Gerry said. "Then I just realized you can't fight this. This is a tidal wave. You don't fight tidal waves, you ride tidal waves and you try to get to the shore in one piece."
Jerry Sandusky might be in prison for decades, but he won't stay in the headlines nearly as long. For Gerry Sandusky, time is the only remedy to a very unique problem.