Imagine an NFL coach having to convince Chad Ochocinco to speak up and ask his quarterback to throw him the football.
Or having to tell Terrell Owens to whine and gesture on the sideline about not having his number called.
Penn State assistant coach Mike McQueary wants Derek Moye to be more like Ochocinco and Owens. He wants his speedy receiver to be more selfish.
"Every great receiver wants the ball," said McQueary, a former PSU quarterback. "Every receiver I've been around who has excelled or who has been really good wants the ball in the clutch. He wants to tell the quarterback, 'I don't care if it looks like I'm triple-covered, just give me a chance to catch the ball.'...