For twenty-four years, Gerry Sandusky has been one of the most popular sportscasters in Baltimore. For thirteen days, he has been one of the least popular in America. What's in a name has turned out to be a lot for the radio voice of the Ravens — even if it is a whole letter off — and that's meant a lot more than pre-game disclaimers on WBAL. But slowly this son of an NFL coach has transformed the hate mail, and his warming-up to coincidental fame has become something of a distracting punch line. "If I handle this as elegantly as I can, with appropriate humor — over the confusion, not the alleged crimes — then maybe I can be a light for someone with far more serious problems," Sandusky said by phone on Tuesday. Here, in his own words, his first full accounting for the other side of scandal. Besides, you know, the Twitter.