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Boston College Names Bill O’Brien Head Football Coach

Boston College Names Bill O’Brien Head Football Coach

Boston College William V. Campbell Director of Athletics Blake James announced today that Bill O’Brien is the new Head Coach of the BC football program. 

O’Brien was a former head coach of Penn State and the Houston Texans. He is the 37th head coach in Boston College history. 

“I am thrilled to welcome Bill O’Brien, his wife Colleen, and his sons Jack and Michael to Boston College,” James said. 

“When we embarked on this search, we prioritized finding a coach who believes in our mission and vision, who has a plan for greatness on and off the field, and who will work tirelessly to elevate BC Football.”

Bill is a gifted leader who has had a tremendous amount of success as a head coach and coordinator at both the collegiate and NFL levels. His passion for teaching football and developing young men make him a great fit to lead Boston College to greater heights,” James added. 

In Penn State, O’Brien was recognized in 2012 with a pair of national coaching awards – the Paul “Bear” Bryant National Coach of the Year, and the George Munger Award for Coach of the Year by the Maxwell Football Club. 

In 2013, O’Brien and Penn State won seven games, including two top-25 victories, downing No. 18 Michigan at home and winning at No. 14 Wisconsin.

With the Houston Texans, he posted five winning seasons, including back-to-back double-digit win seasons in 2018 (11-5) and 2019 (10-6). 

Before entering the NFL, O’Brien gained 14 years of experience at the collegiate level, including 12 years in the ACC.)

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