ESPN Report: New NFL Assistant on Penn State's Shortlist ESPN's Kenny Mayne tweeted today that the Penn State search committee has made known their interest in the Seattle Seahawk's former Punt/Fair Catch Coach, Kim Il Zong. In an exclusive interview with Mayne, Joyner claimed that their interest stemmed from the botched fair catch by Penn State with just over 5 minutes to go in the 1st quarter. The costly mistake set Penn State back on their own 6 yd line, which gave the much maligned Penn State offensive attack a perfect excuse to run the ball twice, throw an incompletion, and punt the ball. This "Run-Run-Pass-Punt" offense has not seen much success for the Lions this season. "We believe the addition of Kim Il Zong will help us maintain a spot just outside the 10 yd line, instead of just inside the 5," Joyner said, "With his extensive resume, it's only a matter of time before fair catching the ball becomes a natural and effective aspect of the Penn State football program." Kim Il Zong could not be reached for comment.