'Penn State Football Story:' Penn State and the Super Bowl

Bill O'Brien, hired on Jan. 6 as head coach of Penn State's football program, will coach in his final game as the New England Patriots' offensive coordinator on Sunday, Feb. 5, when the Patriots take on the New York Giants in Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis. "Penn State Football Story" caught up with players and O'Brien's colleagues on the Patriots staff during Super Bowl media day on Jan. 31. All wished him well in Happy Valley.

"For me, knowing him personally and understanding what kind of person he is, and knowing the kind of coach he has been while I've been here, I think (O'Brien's hiring by Penn State) is a great move," said the Patriots' Rich Ohrnberger, one of three former Penn State football student-athletes who will be on the field for Sunday's Super Bowl. "He's an extremely passionate coach and (the opportunity to coach at Penn State) is important to him. I think you can expect great things out of him."

To watch the video, visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UChqj5YH3t8. To read more about Penn State's representation on both sides of the ball this Sunday, visit http://live.psu.edu/story/57565.

Last Updated February 03, 2012