Found January 04, 2012 on Projo Pats Blog:
By Corey BourassaAccording to NFL.com, New England Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O'Brien met with Penn State on Wednesday for its vacant head-coaching position and league sources say the two sides could strike a deal soon.
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