Genuine answer? Some very young guy with nothing to lose and a chance to make a name for himself if he keeps them relevant during their nuke years. Well, that or an old coach (possibly an alum) with absolutely nothing to lose and not looking to gain anything. I say this because no coach in their right mind and in the "make or break" prime of coaching career takes that job. It will be a relative no name with nothing to lose if they only win a couple games a year for half a decade+. So, to name a single guy would be tough as SO MANY fit said criteria. That said, I don't think BO'B (lol) leaves. I think he'll stick around and wants to be a long term guy there. If he can steer them through the wasteland they are in with the kind of seasons he had this year (or better) he will be beloved at PSU. He'd never have a hot seat, IMO. We cannot underestimate the hole they are in and how much deeper it is about to become. If he keeps them relevant he is a lifer and will be treated and paid as a top tier coach.
"This is really important to be here," Lewan said. "I'm here to give back and help out my teammate."