- Served on Penn State University football coaching staff for 33 seasons.
- Appointed Penn State interim head coach on Nov. 9, 2011, replacing long-time head coach Joe Paterno.
- Served as Penn State’s defensive coordinator and coached the cornerbacks from 2000 through 2011.
- Key part of two Penn State national championship teams, three Big Ten Conference title teams and 27 bowl game appearances.
- Johnstown native and Bishop McCort High graduate was head of a Penn State defense that finished in the Top 15 nationally in total and scoring defense from 2004 to 2009.
- Developed four All-Americans in the secondary – Kim Herring, David Macklin, James Boyd and Alan Zemaitis.
- Served as recruiting coordinator at Penn State and brought numerous prep standouts to Penn State.
- Played on Penn State football team from 1975-78, earning letters his final two seasons on teams that went 22-2.
- Played in 1978 National Championship game vs. Alabama.
- As a player, helped the Nittany Lions earn spots in the 1975 and ’79 Sugar Bowls, the 1976 Gator Bowl and the 1977 Fiesta Bowl.
- West Virginia University hired Bradley as a senior associate head coach in 2014.
- Bradley served as defensive coordinator at UCLA from 2014 to 2017.
- The Pittsburgh Steelers named Bradley as defensive backfield coach in February 2018.
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