No coach, no problem for Chasz Wright 

January, 8, 2014
1/08/14
1:00
PM ET
When offensive tackle Chasz Wright (Woodbridge, Va./Milford Academy) committed to Penn State on Dec. 28, there was no head coach. Bill O’Brien had departed for the Houston Texans and defensive line coach Larry Johnson Sr. was acting as head coach.

That uncertainty didn’t deter Wright from picking the Nittany Lions, though. The three-star lineman says he knew, no matter the coach, that Penn State was where he is supposed to be.

Penn State Ruling Not A Victory
William C. Rhoden reacts to the NCAA's decision to restore Joe Paterno's 111 victories that had been vacated following the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
VIDEO PLAYLIST video