The Green Bay Packers quarterbacks coach has reportedly taken steps to ensure he will be a hot commodity, at least as it concerns one job.
Citing unnamed sources, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports that Clements has applied for the vacancy at Penn State. Clements sent his résumé to the six-member search committee, which was officially announced last week and charged with finding a permanent replacement for Joe Paterno.
Clements is a western Pennsylvania native whose coaching career has been spent mostly at the professional level. As noted by the Tribune-Review, Clements in 2004 was a candidate for the vacancy at Notre Dame, his alma mater and where he spent four seasons as the QBs coach in the mid-90s.