PITTSBURGH (93-7 The FAN) – Former Penn State defensive coordinator Tom Bradley has taken a position under Dana Holgorsen with the West Virginia Mountaineers.

According to Allan Taylor of West Virginia Metro News, with the recent promotion of Tony Gibson from safeties coach to defensive coordinator, a spot open on Holgorsen’s staff that they have given to Bradley as a defensive assistant and associate head coach.

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The Fan’s Colin Dunlap talks to Mike Casazza of the Charleston Daily Mail:

Bradley has been out of the coaching ranks since taking over for Joe Paterno as the interim head coach after he was fired following the Jerry Sandusky scandal.

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Bradley spent 20 years coaching Penn State running backs, receivers, outside linebackers and secondary before taking over for Sandusky as the team’s defensive coordinator in 2000.

Stay tuned to 93-7 The FAN for further developments in this story.

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