Penn State interim head coach Tom Bradley was front and center during Pitt's two coaching searches last season, and following Todd Graham's departure from Pittsburgh to Arizona State on Wednesday, many are wondering whether he'll interview with the Panthers again.
WPXI's Rich Walsh doesn't like Bradley's chances, though, tweeting he, along with Alabama linebackers coach and Pitt alumnus Sal Sunseri have "little to no chance" at the job.
Bradley is set to lead Penn State against Houston in the TicketCity on Jan. 2, but told TribLive Radio's Guy Junker and Ken Laird on Wednesday that the had not interviewed for the Nittany Lions' vacant job. He said scheduling conflicts have caused problems, but he expects to meet with acting athletic director David Joyner and his six-person search committee at some point in the near future. Whether the Pitt opening will affect that timeline remains to be seen.
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