Bradley to meet with UConn officials
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Penn State defensive coordinator Tom Bradley will interview at Connecticut on Sunday for its head coaching vacancy, the Hartford Courant reported.
Bradley, who is a candidate to replace Mike Haywood at Pitt, also was a finalist for the coaching job at Temple that went to former Florida offensive coordinator Steve Addazio.
Bradley interviewed with Pitt officials this week.
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