As Penn State begins its search to find a replacement for the departed Ed DeChellis, a lot of college coaches are earning mention as candidates for the job. In an interesting development, though, it looks like the job is gaining at least a cursory glance from one Larry Brown of NBA fame.
Click this link for sound from Mike Missanelli of 97.5 The Fanatic in Philadelphia's interview with the coaching legend. He sounds a little sarcastic in saying is Missanelli sets up an interview, he'll go. But hey, it's better than him saying "I'm not interested" if you're a Penn State fan, right?
Over on Black Shoe Diaries today, we examine more realistic potential candidates being mentioned for the position. David Jones of the Harrisburg Patriot-News mentioned Temple's Fran Dunphy, Boston's Patrick Chambers and former Bucknell coach Pat Flannery as possibilities while Andy Katz of ESPN.com dropped several names including Rob Jeter of Milwaukee, Bruiser Flint of Drexel, Tom Herrion of Marshall, Ron Everhart of Duquesne, and former coaches Dino Gaudio and Al Skinner.