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O’Brien adds Titans assistant coach Charles London to the Penn State staff

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Bill O’Brien has hired his second assistant coach.

At this introductory press conference, he announced that Larry Johnson Sr will be staying on the staff. Now, he has added Tennessee Titans assistant coach Charles London to the staff.

London will be joining Penn State as the running backs coach. London and O’Brien have worked together before as they were both a member of the Duke staff in 2005 and 2006.

“Our mind-set is we know there will be challenges, but a lot of the guys that were there had nothing to do with the scandal and it is a shame the university has been tarnished in that way,’’ London told the Tennessean. “But we are going to do our best to try and restore the name of Penn State football. I really had no reservations in going. I believe in Coach O’Brien, and that made it easy for me.”

An official announcement by Penn State of London’s hiring is expected by Wednesday.

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