Penn State's Bill O'Brien named Big Ten coach of the year
Penn State head coach Bill O'Brien today was named the Big Ten's coach of the year, earning allocates from fellow coaches and the sportswriters reporting on the conference.
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Since: Dec 06
#1 Nov 28, 2012
He got this because people felt sorry for him and they didn't want to give too many awards to Ohio State.
#2 Nov 28, 2012
If Bill O'Brian had been 12-0, I'd say he deserved the award. Urban Meyer pulled off a perfect season with less-than-perfect players while under a bowl ban just like O:Brian, but gets overlooked. Right.
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