Penn State's new football coach Bill O'Brien began his own path towards infamy by dropping the F-bomb on live TV Saturday.
After his team won a dramatic overtime victory over Wisconsin, O'Brien was asked by ESPN's female sideline reporter how he'd gotten his team up for the game.
Without hesitation, O'Brien proudly replied, "They're a bunch of f**kers," and didn't look the slightest bit embarrassed by the gaff.
O'Brien replaced disgraced Joe Paterno, who died in January, as PSU's football coach in what many expected to be a lost season in Happy Valley.
Instead, in the face of the ongoing Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal -- the university's former president has now been indicted and a number of players left the school for other colleges -- O'Brien has led his f**kers to an 8 -4 record.
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