Maryland Parts Ways With DC Bradford

January 13, 2012 | WNST Staff

Bradford Will Not Return to Maryland in 2012

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Defensive coordinator Todd Bradford will not return to the Maryland football staff in 2012, head coach Randy Edsall announced Friday. Both parties agreed to a negotiated buyout of Bradford’s remaining contract.

“We appreciate Todd’s efforts this past season and wish him well in his future endeavors. It is the right time for us to move forward in a different direction,” Edsall said.

Bradford, who also coached the secondary, came to Maryland from Southern Mississippi, where he served as defensive coordinator for three seasons (2008-10).

In addition, the 1986 graduate of Southern Utah coached linebackers at Oklahoma State (2005-07) and defensive backs at Wisconsin (2000-01) and Middle Tennessee State (2002).

He was also a defensive coordinator at Lehigh (1994) and Louisiana Tech (1997-00) and the co-offensive coordinator at BYU (2003-04).

– Terps –

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  1. joe of bel air Says:

    They are parting ways with everyone except with the man most responsible.

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