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O'Brien borrows from RichRod

Where have we heard this before? [;)]
 
[quote]"If I was about money, more than likely, I probably wouldn't be sitting here now," said O'Brien, ESPN's Coach of the Year. "It's not about money. It's about making sure that Penn State University, the Penn State athletic department, Penn State football does everything we can to make sure it's the best we can for our student-athletes. That's what it's about."[/quote]
 
[link=http://espn.go.com/college-football/story/_/id/8820487/bill-obrien-says-staying-penn-state-nittany-lions-not-money]http://espn.go.com/colleg...ittany-lions-not-money[/link]
 
Sounds like RichRod when he as at WVU.
 
 
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The former New England offensive coordinator acknowledged interest did not move beyond "conversations" and that he received no job offers. But when asked if he would again field interest from NFL teams next season, O'Brien declined to address his future commitment to the Nittany Lions.
 
"I mean, that's next year," O'Brien said. "I'm telling you right now I'm committed to this 2013 team, and I'm looking forward to coaching them."
 
The dimple-chinned coach, dressed in a dark blazer and slacks, reiterated his love of Penn State throughout the news conference. But, he added, "You don't get any higher than the National Football League."
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Comments

  • Where have we heard this before? [;)]
     
    "If I was about money, more than likely, I probably wouldn't be sitting here now," said O'Brien, ESPN's Coach of the Year. "It's not about money. It's about making sure that Penn State University, the Penn State athletic department, Penn State football does everything we can to make sure it's the best we can for our student-athletes. That's what it's about."
     
    [link=http://espn.go.com/college-football/story/_/id/8820487/bill-obrien-says-staying-penn-state-nittany-lions-not-money]http://espn.go.com/colleg...ittany-lions-not-money[/link]
     
    Sounds like RichRod when he as at WVU.
     
     
    The former New England offensive coordinator acknowledged interest did not move beyond "conversations" and that he received no job offers. But when asked if he would again field interest from NFL teams next season, O'Brien declined to address his future commitment to the Nittany Lions.
     
    "I mean, that's next year," O'Brien said. "I'm telling you right now I'm committed to this 2013 team, and I'm looking forward to coaching them."
     
    The dimple-chinned coach, dressed in a dark blazer and slacks, reiterated his love of Penn State throughout the news conference. But, he added, "You don't get any higher than the National Football League."
     
     
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