Duquesne's Ron Everhart and Milwaukee's Rob Jeter have both publicly withdrawn their names from consideration for the Penn State job, meaning Boston University's Pat Chambers will, barring a surprise, be introduced soon as the Nittany Lions' next head coach.
Everhart, Jeter and Chambers are the only three men who interviewed.
A source told CBSSports.com that all three were told they were the only coaches under consideration. A separate source confirmed that Chambers has been offered the job, and that he'll likely accept at some point Friday. Chambers is a Pennsylvania native who spent the past two seasons as the head coach at BU. Before that, he assisted Jay Wright at Villanova for five seasons.
Chambers would be replacing Ed DeChellis.
DeChellis left Penn State last month to take over at Navy.