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August 15, 2013

Bradley to analyze Army games

JOHNSTOWN — Former Penn State defensive coordinator and Johnstown native Tom Bradley was named a CBS Sports college football analyst for Army games this fall, the network released on Wednesday.

Bradley, who spent more than 30 years on the Nittany Lions’ sideline, was an analyst for Clear Channel’s  Steelers Broadcast Network last fall after being released of coaching duties in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal and the hiring of coach Bill O’Brien.’

Bradley is expected to join the team of Ben Holden, John Feinstein and Kristine Leahy for Army broadcasts.

Lions ink deal with Hokies

Penn State announced on Wednesday that Nittany Lions will play a home-and-home series against Virginia Tech beginning 2022. It will be the first regular-season meeting between the schools, and the lastest move in Penn State’s recent contracts with large non-conference opponents.

Penn State announced on Tuesday it will play San Diego State in 2015, while announcing nearly a month ago it was a finalizing a home-and-home deal with old Eastern foe West Virginia, beginning in 2020. Penn State and Pitt will renew their rivalry in 2016, to begin a four-game series.

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