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Bradley takes Penn State job 'with very mixed emotions'

Penn State interim football coach Tom Bradley spoke with reporters at Penn State on Thursday morning and said, ” I take this job with very mixed emotions due to the situation.” BTN streamed the event live and has posted the entire press conference right here in this post.

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Watch the Tom Bradley Press Conference Live

BTN is on the air now live as Penn State introduces Tom Bradley as interim head football coach. The press conference is scheduled for 11 a.m. ET.  Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith will host coverage from BTN studios in Chicago and Rick Pizzo is in State College. BTN will have updates throughout the day as news breaks. The press conference coverage is now also streaming live at our BTN.com live streaming page now.

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Tailgate 48: See Our Visit to Iowa

Thursday night at 7 p.m. ET on Tailgate 48 presented by Omaha Steaks our crew brings you the sights and sounds from their tailgate weekend at Iowa before and during the game against Michigan. In addition to their usual coverage of the fans before the game and the game itself, this week our hosts Julie Alexandria and Jason Fisher serve up a number of great moments.

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PSU Board Press Conference to Air on BTN

The Penn State board of trustees press conference, which announced the dismissal of Joe Paterno and University President Graham Spanier (read the AP story), will air on BTN beginning at 2 a.m. ET Thursday. Repeats of the presser will run until 11 a.m., at which time the press conference to announce Tom Bradley, formerly the defensive coordinator, as the interim head coach is scheduled to begin. Here’s GoPSUSports.com’s release on Bradley taking over. Bradley and Penn State, the top team in the Leaders Division, host Nebraska on Saturday.

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Penn State Fires Paterno, Spanier

The Penn State Board of Trustees announced Wednesday night that football coach Joe Paterno and president Graham Spanier have been terminated in the wake of the recent scandal at Penn State. Read PSU.edu’s release. Defensive coordinator Tom Bradley will serve as the interim coach. Paterno, 84 and in his 46th season as the head coach, announced earlier in the day that he was going to retire following the season. Penn State plays Nebraska on Saturday at Beaver Stadium, which is senior day and would have been Paterno’s final home game. Read the AP story.

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