|Watergate question repeats in Penn State scandal|
During the deposition, McQueary said that Bradley did not provide any details about what Schiano, currently the Ohio State defensive coordinator, told him.
“Only that he had – I can’t remember if it was one night or one morning, but that Greg had come into his office white as a ghost and said he just saw Jerry doing something to a boy in the shower,” he said. “And that’s it. That’s all he ever told me.”
The conversation between McQueary and Bradley was reportedly in the mid-2000s. Bradley is entering his second year as defensive coordinator for the Bruins, following one year as the associate head coach at West Virginia, where he primarily coached the defensive line.
Prior to that, he spent his entire football career with Penn State, including four years playing defensive back. He began as a graduate assistant on Paterno’s staff in 1979.
Bradley acted as the team’s interim head coach when Paterno was fired for his role in the initial Sandusky scandal before resigning in 2012.
In a statement released later Tuesday afternoon, Bradley’s representative stated that “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 also said that Bradley’s testimonies had been consistent throughout the duration of the investigation and claims that the defensive coordinator knew about the sexual assaults beforehand were false.
The former Penn State coach was only aware of the 2001 incident after it had been reported to the University administration, his representative said.