Tom Bradley sits and waits. It’s all he can do at this point. The former Penn State defensive coordinator told me last night that he doesn’t have any coaching jobs in the works despite several schools across the nation being in the market for defensive coordinators. In fact, three Big Ten schools need defensive coordinators: Iowa, Illinois and Purdue. If nothing transpires, the affable Bradley told me that he may explore opportunities in broadcasting. Still, he would offer a lot to any staff that hired him.
Bradley widely has been considered one of the nation’s top defensive minds, consistently building some of the nation’s finest defenses since taking over the Nittany Lion unit in 2000. Prior to that, Bradley was a defensive assistant from 1980-99 at Penn State, where he played defensive back from 1977-78.
Bradley’s defense ranked 20th in the nation this year (323.9 ypg) and was No. 1…
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