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6-1 / 218
Veteran leader of Boston College defense...brings a great deal of experience to unit and adds quickness....will look for an injury-free season this year after plus two bowl games.
Started a total of five games — the first three and the last two plus the Aloha Bowl...injured his knee in the Navy game and was forced to miss the next four games...made 25 tackles, including a season-high six vs. West Virginia (Sept. 2)...had two sacks vs. the Mountaineers...also had five tackles vs. Temple (Nov. 4)...had six tackles vs. Arizona State in the Aloha Bowl.
Started all 11 games plus the bowl game…registered 59 tackles (40 unassisted), including eight tackles behind the line, five sacks (second on the team behind Chris Hovan), one interception, three QB hurries and recovered a fumble…against Virginia Tech had seven tackles, including a sack of quarterback Michael Vick…had eight tackles (five unassisted) at Syracuse…recorded eight tackles (six unassisted), including a tackle for loss, and a QB pressure at Temple…had a solid all-around game against Northeastern; had seven tackles (three unassisted), one sack, one quarterback pressure and a fumble recovery…picked up first interception of career at Rutgers…had seven tackles (five unassisted), including two tackles behind the line at Navy.
Played in all 11 games for the Eagles as a true freshman...registered 19 tackles (five unassisted), plus two tackles for a loss, one sack and two quarterback hurries.
Earned all-state honors as a senior defensive end/tight end at Xaverian Brothers High School; also captured USA Today All-America honorable mention accolades...captured 1997 all-scholastic honors from the Boston Globe and Boston Herald...was a two-time all-Catholic Conference choice...was a Dedham Daily Transcript and a Quincy Patriot Ledger all-star selection...recorded 19 sacks and blocked two punts as a senior...played in the 1998 Massachusetts Shriners Football Classic...played for head coach Charlie Stevenson, helping the team to Division IA Super Bowl titles in 1995 and 1996...also played for Xaverian’s hockey and track teams, earning all-conference hockey honors as a junior.
Scott Bradley, born January 29, 1980...enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences with a major in economics...Scott is the middle of Carol and Robert Bradley’s five children.
Bradley Game-by-Game in 2000
|West Virginia ||4||2||6||2-11|
|Virginia Tech ||DNP|
|Notre Dame ||1||3||4||0-0|
|Arizona State ||4||2||6||0-0|
Q&A With Scott Bradley
The best part of playing football at BC is: camaraderie and competition.
The BC player who will surprise people this year is: Brian St. Pierre.
The word in the dictionary that my picture should be next to is: determined.
My favorite spot in Boston is: Fenway Park.
My favorite stadium, other than Alumni Stadium, to play in is: Notre Dame Stadium.
The people who have helped me the most at BC are: all of my coaches.
The CD that is in my player the most is: Frank Sinatra.
The sports teams I followed when I was younger were: the Boston Celtics and the Boston Red Sox.
My favorite part of the Aloha Bowl was: the island.