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Former Defensive Coordinator Tom Bradley Joining CBS Staff

Fan favorite, former defensive coordinator, and former interim head coach Tom Bradley will be joining the CBS Sports staff according to a network release.

Bradley, who coached at Penn State for just over 30 years had become a staple in Happy Valley and helped orchestrate defenses that were rated some of the best in the nation during his tenure. Following the hiring of Bill O’Brien, Bradley spent his time working at the Steelers’ Broadcast Network as a Clear Channel Radio Analyst lending his insights to the game of football to many fans across the greater Pittsburgh area.

While at CBS, Bradley will be featured on a weekly basis as a color analyst for Army games alongside Ben Holden, John Feinstein and Kristine Leahy.

Two coaches have taken over the defensive coordinator position since Bradley’s departure. Ted Roof took over the reigns immediately following the hiring of Bill O’Brien. Roof left Penn State after one season and defensive back coach John Butler was promoted internally by O’Brien to the position of coordinator.

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