As court documents from the Jerry Sandusky sexual assault scandal continue to be made public, former Penn State assistants Tom Bradley and Greg Schiano found their names in the news.
During a deposition from former Nittany Lions quarterbacks coach Mike McQueary, it was alleged that Bradley and Schiano were aware of incidents of child sexual abuse involving Sandusky. Schiano immediately denied those remarks.
Now, a representative for Tom Bradley, Brett Senior, released a statement denying that Bradley ever knew of misconduct.
“At no time did Tom Bradley ever witness any inappropriate behavior. Nor did he have any knowledge of alleged incidents in the 80’s and 90’s. He has consistently testified as such. Any assertions to the contrary are false. When he became aware of the 2001 incident it had already been reported to the University administration years earlier,” the statement read.
During the deposition, McQueary alleged Bradley informed him “another assistant coach had come to him in the early ’90s about a very similar situation” and another had as well “as far back as the early ‘80s about seeing (Sandusky) doing something with a boy.”
Bradley is currently the defensive coordinator at UCLA.
It will be interesting to see how the new information impacts those assistants who have been named, but for now, they’re denying any wrongdoing. We’ll have to see if anything ever comes from McQueary’s deposition.