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Beaver Stadium. JOE HERMITT, The Patriot News
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O'Brien even introduced a new term into the college football vernacular:O'Brien, see has no choice but to pull out all the Prada Handbag Saffiano stops when it comes to finding football talent. For this year and the next few years.
"Matt was a guy that when we came here in the winter time and into spring practice, [he's] a big, tall, long tight end that we thought could run,'' O'Brien said.
Penn State tight end Matt Lehman, a walk on from Newport High Schools, caught a 14 yard touchdown pass from quarterback Matt McGloin in the Lions' 24 14 loss to Ohio last Saturday at Gucci Belt Bag Gg
"These guys are not walk ons, they are run ons. Now I know that goes against everybody's term for non scholarship players over the last 100 years of college football but that's our term for them.''
Penn State football coach Bill O'Brien puts his unique spin on the Lions' walk
Senior tailback Derek Day and redshirt junior tight end Matt Lehman are Exhibits A and B that O'Brien and his staff are serious about Penn State's run on program.
The Nittany Lions need players. Committed, tough minded players. And overachievers are absolutely welcome in light of the NCAA sanctions that will cost the program 40 scholarships over the next few years. There is also a four year postseason ban. And once this season ends, the NCAA is allowing PSU players to transfer to other Division I programs until the late stages of next summer.
Lehman, a 6 6, 258 pounder from Newport High School, caught a 14 yard touchdown pass from quarterback Matt McGloin Saturday and was part of O'Brien's four man rotation at tight end along with Kyle Carter, Garry Gilliam and Jesse James.
"We don't call them walk ons anymore, we call them run ons. They're guys who have improved so much in their time here at Penn State.''
"We call them 'run ons' now, we've changed the name,'' said O'Brien, whose 0 1 team visits 1 0 Virginia Saturday.
Penn State running back Derek Day, shown here running the ball during the spring game, came to State College as a walk on and is now the backup tailback. Belt Gucci
"That's something that we know is going to be important in the next few years, is that walk on program,'' O'Brien continued.
Day, a Central Dauphin grad, is a former PSU walk on and the backup to Bill Belton at tailback. He carried eight times for 36 yards in the Lions' loss to Ohio and Gucci Belt Bag Pink
Nice touch by the PSU leader, who, by the way, was in a much, much better mood Tuesday compared to his brief (and slightly tense) eight minute news conference Saturday following the Lions' 24 14 loss to Ohio at Beaver Stadium.
Lions head coach Bill O'Brien refers to PSU's walk ons as "run ons" because of their energy and work ethic.
"We thought he had some toughness. [Lehman] caught the ball pretty well, really hadn't played a whole lot. He's a guy that has really improved and is going to continue to improve.''
Future recruiting classes will help some, especially if blue chip talents like quarterback Christian Hackenberg and tight end Adam Breneman come aboard in 2013.
It's not enough. O'Brien knows it. And Tuesday he put out the call for walk ons to come to Penn State.
"Matt Lehman is a great example of that. Derek Day, you know, those guys are great examples of guys that. Derek Day played a prominent role, also.
"These guys don't walk, they run on the field, they sprint on the field, they bust their butts on the field,'' O'Brien said.
A few days after Penn State's football team dropped the ball in a 24 14 season opening loss to Ohio at Beaver Stadium, head coach Bill O'Brien was hard at work early Tuesday afternoon, seeing the good in everything Blue and White.
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