Team news for Saturday's League Two clash between Rotherham and Fleetwood at New York Stadium.
Rotherham boss Steve Evans has a host of returning players.
Skipper Johnny Mullins returns from a one-game ban, Claude Davis has recovered from his dead leg and Mark Bradley's foot injury has cleared up.
Midfielder Lee Frecklington is also fully over the virus which has kept...
Ben and Sam preview the Braves` season with Zachary Levine, and Pete talks to Atlanta Journal-Constitution sports columnist Mark Bradley (at 16:42).
Hosts Steve Bennett and Don Russ interview the biggest names in sports media and pop culture each week on Football Nation's The Sports-Casters podcast.Their guest this week is Mark Bradley from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Bradley has been a writer for the AJC for over 25 years and is one of the best sports columnists in the country.Bradley talks about the lack of confidence...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JIM LITKE AP Sports Columnist Right guy, right time, and no better place on earth to drop an Ernie Banks reference.
The few Ryder Cup fans who hadn't already fallen for Keegan Bradley because of his spectacular play probably couldn't help themselves after that.
''Oh baby,'' Bradley said in the fading light of an afternoon he didn...
Via AP on Fox
September 28, 2012
Rotherham utility man Mark Bradley is set for a month on the sidelines with a hamstring injury.
The 24-year-old makeshift right-back suffered the problem during Tuesday night's 1-0 defeat to York in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy and will now be out until October.
Boss Steve Evans said: "He will be out for four weeks. It's disappointing because he's been great...
The former Bolton player joined the club in the close season after leaving Preston, but after picking up the injury in Saturday's friendly defeat to Hearts, the defender will be made to wait for his first league start. Mark Bradley looks set to deputise with fellow right-back Dale Tonge currently suffering with an Achilles problem. Evans told the club's official website:...
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Posted By: Mark Bradley
Post Time: 01-18-2012 at 03:36 AM
Mark Bradley wraps up one of his patented “Click on me, son of Jor-El!” pieces about Georgia and Georgia Tech fans with this nugget:
Tech is Georgia’s biggest game only when Georgia fans are scared they might lose. This isn’t such a year. Georgia has won its division and is going to play LSU or Alabama for the SEC title next week. Georgia has, to borrow another Johnson line...
Shorter Mark Bradley: So this is what everyone else with a shred of observational ability meant when they called Paul Johnson a mediocre recruiter.
Filed under: Georgia Tech Football, Media Punditry/Foibles
I’ll be over on Mark Bradley’s live blog. Enjoy the game.