Hastert indictment sends tiny Illinois hometown sifting back through memories of 'coach Denny'

Before Dennis Hastert was U.S. House speaker and second in line to the president, he was known around Yorkville, Illinois, as Denny the coach.

Hastert was a beloved mentor to athletes on the high school wrestling team and in Scouting groups.

This week's indictment accuses Hastert of manipulating bank accounts and lying to the FBI to allegedly cover up past "misconduct." It has left hometown admirers searching back through fond memories and struggling to understand how a case of alleged sexual abuse and extortion could have emerged from that period.

Hastert's assistant wrestling coach, Bob Evans, joined him in taking Scouts camping and fishing in northern Minnesota.

He said there was never a hint of wrongdoing and that he was angry someone was accusing Hastert without even coming forward publicly.