Open mic day at PSU spring game for O'Brien Print
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Saturday, 20 April 2013 09:13
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 STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) - Penn State coach Bill O'Brien offered insight into the passing game and a little levity at the Nittany Lions spring game after calling plays over the stadium loudspeakers.
``Don't make me yell at you,'' he yelled jokingly at a player before calling one play.
Another time, he encouraged fans to start a wave. They made a half-hearted attempt before it fizzled.
Otherwise, the starting quarterback race has been the highlight of spring drills that ended Saturday with the Blue-White scrimmage.
Steven Bench and Tyler Ferguson had their moments and mistakes. O'Brien has said he won't pick a starter until preseason camp in August, after incoming freshman Christian Hackenberg joins the competition.
 

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