New coach Bill O'Brien runs a sophisticated offense, one built partially on things he learned from Friedgen when he was an assistant for the Terps. So maybe it could work out. Most observers of the program seem to think that none of the quarterbacks currently on the roster can do the job, and they also feel that, for all the hits the university as a whole took during the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal, the football program came out mostly unscathed. Bill O'Brien has enough talent to at least continue to be competitive as he builds a team around his philosophy. Penn State's first 2013 recruit happens to be a well-regarded QB, but Danny O'Brien -- who has two years of eligibility left, and can play next season -- could take advantage of working with a guy who once got shouted at by Tom Brady while spending two years as the bridge to what's next.