JACKSON, Tenn. — Mark Bradley coached at Tennessee as a tight ends/offensive line assistant for nine years, including during the 1998 National Championship season. He saw future NFL offensive lineman Charles McRae, Antone Davis, Jason Layman and Chad Clifton come through the program, but the University School of Jackson assistant, whose son Rusty is USJ’s head coach, believes...
Via SEC Country
December 07, 2016
This is one of those years — and there aren’t many such years — when the difference in talent between Georgia and Georgia Tech is the width of a pond, as opposed to a lake or a gulf. Given that the Bulldogs are working under a new coach and have suffered more than the usual palpitations, this year’s game offers the Yellow Jackets a better chance to win than they’ve had...
Via Dawg Nation
November 22, 2016
By Mark Bradley, Atlanta Journal-Constitution DENVER — Due to circumstances beyond their control, this wasn’t quite a Statement Game, upper-cased. But the Falcons did make a rather bold assertion – that this season won’t become last season, that they’ve grown capable of winning the games they should win. If that sounds like faint praise, it shouldn’t. The Falcons came...
Via The Denver Post
October 09, 2016
ATHENS — I’m talking to Mark Bradley and Claude Felton in the press box after Saturday night’s game between Georgia and Tennessee and neither of them had seen anything like the contest they’d just witnessed. Neither have I. Bradley and Felton have been involved in college football coverage since the 1970s and I have since the 1980s and none of us had seen the likes of 10...
Via Dawg Nation
October 01, 2016
Mark Bradley was an explosive walk-on in 2003 and 2004 Holy hell, the season opener is tomorrow! Today we’ll highlight none other than former walk-on WR and OU legacy Mark Bradley, who played at Oklahoma in 2003 and 2004. He came to OU from Arkansas-Pine Bluff and was initially going to be a defensive back, but he starred at receiver for the Sooners. Of all the receivers in...
Via Crimson and Cream Machine
September 02, 2016
Art Briles is out as Baylor's coach, but the university is far out of the woods yet. And one columnist is calling for the university to get the death penalty.Mark Bradley of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution says the Bears have earned the NCAA's strongest punishment."As crass as it is to root for any program to receive the NCAA's death penalty - even in a morally deficient environment...
May 26, 2016
In conjunction with NASCAR race weeks at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway, Hope For The Warriors® will continue their "Drive for Hope" program with several initiatives throughout the next two weeks. Building on their activities from last weekend, which brought 16 service members to the Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Hope For The Warriors will honor fallen service...
My friend and former Herald-Leader columnist Mark Bradley, now long-time columnist at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution thinks Georgia has a shot at upsetting Kentucky on Tuesday night in Athens. Mark writes: Georgia isn’t a great team — it lost at home … Continue reading →
Via John Clay's Sidelines
March 02, 2015
Big Blue Links for Saturday: No way Georgia loses to Kentucky, right, gulp, says Mark Bradley of AJC. Georgia looking for any type of victory, reports Seth Emerson of Macon Telegraph. Michael Bennett has been steady for Georgia, says Athens … Continue reading →
Via John Clay's Sidelines
November 08, 2014
BP Daily Podcast: Effectively Wild Episode 404: 2014 Season Preview Series: Atlanta Braves by Ben Lindbergh, Sam Miller and Nick Wheatley-Schaller
Ben and Sam preview the Braves` season with Mark Smith, and Nick talks to Atlanta Journal-Constitution columnist Mark Bradley (at 24:34).
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