Speaking at today's Portland Beaver Huddle luncheon, Lappano said that a lot of assistant coaches want to stay and that there was not going to be a mass exodus.
Lappano said "I'm ready to stay."
He went on to say that OSU football has built a solid foundation and that he expects big things from the Beavers this year.
Stay tuned to BeaverFootball.com for updates throughout the day.
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