Penn State head coach Bill O'Brien will stay in Happy Valley. O'Brien interviewed for the Browns and Eagles coaching postions in the NFL but decided to remain with the Nittany Lions for 2013.Get More College Football Video
After interviewing with the Cleveland Browns and Philadelphia Eagles, Bill O'Brien has reportedly decided to stay at Penn State. The first-year head coach guided the Nittany Lions to an 8-4 record and won the Big Ten Coach of the Year award despite dealing with harsh NCAA sanctions stemming from the Jerry Sandusky scandal. The former New England Patriots offensive coordinator took the job as Joe Paterno's successor with the understanding that the Sandusky situation was a criminal matter, not an NCAA concern. O'Brien's contract includes a significant buyout of $9.2 million. However, it is unknown if it applies to NFL opportunities. Stay with CineSport for the latest NCAA football news and be sure to follow us on twitter at CineSport.