What would you ask PSU coach Bill O’Brien?

Penn State head coach Bill O'Brien arrives at Beaver Stadium for Monday's news conference. (Daily Record/Sunday News -- Jason Plotkin)


If you could ask new Penn State coach Bill O’Brien any question, what would it be?

O’Brien is speaking to the Mid-Atlantic regional meeting of the Associated Press Sports Editors on April 10 in State College. After his speech, he’s scheduled to answer questions from the audience.

Fellow assistant sports editor Lyzz Jones and I will be there, and we want your help.

What do you want to know from the coach? We’re looking for the most creative questions to pass along to O’Brien — something he’s never been asked before, something beyond the X’s and O’s of the football field. Post your question in the comments section, and we’ll pick our favorite questions and ask them at the meeting. And we’ll post O’Brien’s answers on the Nittany Nation blog.

Lyzz and I will also be providing plenty of live coverage from O’Brien’s comments, as well as the rest of the day’s speakers — including Patriot-News reporter Sara Ganim and Washington Post reporter Sally Jenkins.

About Jessica Sprenkle

At night, I'm an assistant sports editor at the York Daily Record/Sunday News. During the day, I live in and love York City.
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4 Responses to What would you ask PSU coach Bill O’Brien?

  1. michael says:

    Have you ever spoken with Tom Bradley? As a diehard PSU fan I could not be more thankful how hard he worked with the rest of the staff last year and did not bail.

  2. Bruce Weber says:

    Will you continue to recruit players who made verbal commitments to Ohio State like Urban Meyer went after many of the Penn State verbals last year?

  3. Jessica Sprenkle says:

    Good questions so far. Keep ‘em coming!

  4. Joseph Goldstein says:

    Competition is important but do you think pitting the offense against the defense (winter exercise drill) can hurt the feeling on the team of all for one and one for all?

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