Big Ten Notes: Penn State coach says he didn't take offense to anything Meyer did
Penn State coach Bill O'Brien, right, said postgame handshakes are here to stay. “I think it's important to go across the field and say, 'Good game,' to the opposing coach,” he said.
Posted: Tuesday, October 29, 2013 12:00 am
Despite what the frosty, one-second postgame handshake looked like between Penn State's Bill O'Brien and Ohio State's Urban Meyer after a 63-14 OSU beatdown, O'Brien said Tuesday he's not troubled by any Buckeye coaching decisions.
That includes Meyer challenging the spot of the ball on a fourth-down play late in the third quarter with a 56-7 lead.
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Tuesday, October 29, 2013 12:00 am.