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O'Brien Fiesty with Media

Penn State head coach refuses to talk Indiana loss at weekly update.
UNIVERSITY PARK, CENTRE COUNTY - The story Tuesday at Bill O’Brien's weekly press conference: brevity.
The Nittany Lions’ head coach kept it short - just about 20 minutes - his shortest press conference of the year.
And he did not want to talk about last Saturday's game against Indiana.

“It's a loss. It's over. We move on, and we get ready for the next opponent,” O’Brien said. “That's what we do. It's one loss. It's over. We're moving on to Michigan.”

One area the Nittany Lions look to improve on after last week's loss is establishing the run.
Penn state netted just 70 yards on the ground against the Hoosiers.

“Indiana is over,” O’Brien repeated. “It's in the rear view mirror. That game is over.”

What O’Brien would say is the game plan for the upcoming Michigan game should be finalized by Wednesday night.
And he expects to have chances to run the ball against the Wolverines.

“Yeah, we've got a game plan for Michigan,” O’Brien said. “We're still basically in the middle of putting it together. We're almost done with it. We have confidence in it. We have confidence in our players. Every game is different. Every game is a different entity.”

So now the Nittany Lions do prepare for that game on Saturday against Michigan.
The homecoming contest will be the first sell out of the year at Beaver Stadium.
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