Just in case Penn State coach Bill O'Brien leaves for an NFL head coaching gig this offseason, two current NFL coaches are apparently interested in taking his place.
According to PennLive.com, representatives of Titans coach Mike Munchak and Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano have reached out to Penn State to indicate they'd be interested in the job. Of course, O'Brien has to leave first for that to happen.
Both Munchak and Schiano are on the hot season heading into the offseason. Now that their names are attached to this report, it may make Tennessee and Tampa Bay's decisions easier.
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