Syracuse, N.Y. - Prosecutors are reviewing computers, cell phones, cameras and disks taken from former Syracuse Assistant Basketball Coach Bernie Fine.
Federal agents seized the items over the last two weeks from Fine's home.
Their searches were part of the federal investigation into allegations of child abuse against Fine.
Meanwhile, the third accuser in the case has admitted to molesting a teen while he was a camp counselor in Maine.
The president of the NCAA is asking the U.S. Education Department to help create guidelines for ball boys and other minors on campuses.
Two of the accusers in the Bernie Fine case say they were ball boys with the S.U. basketball team in the 80's.
Head Coach Jim Boeheim says there haven't been any ball boys who travel with the team.
Victims To Testify In Penn State Sex Abuse
ABC News reports all eight alleged victims will testify against Jerry Sandusky when preliminary hearings begin next week.
The case has gained so much attention that a lottery is being held for public seating in courtroom.
Sandusky denies sexually abusing the boys.