The Penn St. Nittany Lions have interviewed three potential replacements for Joe Paterno that we know of. One was Green Bay Packers quarterbacks coach Tom Clements, and the other two have been internal candidates. The first was interim Tom Bradley, and the second, according to the Patriot-News, is defensive line coach Larry Johnson, Sr.
Sounds like it went well, too:
@DanWetzel Penn State interviewed current asst Larry Johnson Sr last Sunday per source. Top recruiter impressed, has serious shot at succeeding Paterno
Penn State appears to be in no great hurry to replace Paterno. They've got a complicated hire to make, as they're facing questions of just how important football should be for the school's future.
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