Penn State interim head coach Tom Bradley will interview with Penn State's six-person search committee this week looking to replace former head coach Joe Paterno on a permanent basis according to Bob Cohn and Rob Rossi of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
Bradley assumed his interim duties when Paterno was fired on Nov. 9 and coached the Nittany Lions to a 1-2 finish after an 8-1 start under Paterno. His team fell 17-14 against Nebraska on Nov. 12 in Penn State's final home game before winning 20-14 at Ohio State and losing 45-7 at Wisconsin. The win ensured Penn State a share of the Big Ten Leaders Division title despite the loss to the Badgers.
It was reported last week that Bradley is expected to coach his Lions through the Ticket City Bowl against Houston on Jan. 2 at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.
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