Bill O’Brien looks to finalize his first recruiting class since the NCAA hit PSU with sanctions.
Bill O’Brien says that there is no better place to be than Penn State.
Reports indicate that Bill O’Brien is a favorite to be the next Eagles head coach.
Notre Dame’s Brian Kelly wins college coach of the year, PSU’s O’Brien finishes second.
PSU coach Bill O’Brien is a finalist for the college coach of the year.
It’s difficult to put this past weekend in the NFL out of mind because so many unusual things happened and they all combine to make a football fan pretty anxious.
Many NFL teams are expected to pursue Penn State head coach Bill O’Brien.
In all my years as a sports broadcaster, I’ve seen a lot of coaches and managers come and go. I’ve had varying degrees of sympathy for all of them.
Apparently, and at long last, Andy Reid has decided to pull the plug: Juan Castillo is no longer the Eagles’ defensive coordinator.
They will be talking about the year 2012 in professional sports for a long time to come. Why? Because it will be remembered as the year in which you often couldn’t find the difference between a football replacement official and a full-time major league baseball umpire.
After playing competitively for a half, the Owls began bending under the grind of a surging Penn State team, losing to the Nittany Lions, 24-13, at soldout Beaver Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
While there is much joy over the Eagles second straight one-point win, I’ve got to say something about the work of the replacement officials; they were downright embarrassing.
Penn State football’s new era has cleared another hurdle.
Matt McGloin threw for 231 yards and four touchdowns and Penn State overwhelmed Navy in a 34-7 win Saturday for rookie coach Bill O’Brien’s first career victory.
Penn State’s offense is down another receiver after junior Shawney Kersey left the team.