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Bradberry's successful run as coach lands him in MAC Hall

June 26, 2013

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David Bradberry's successful run as a high school football coach in Mississippi has taken him from Sturgis to the Mississippi Association of Coaches Hall of Fame.
The Oktibbeha County native will be inducted along with four others on Friday during the MAC Hall of Fame banquet in Jackson.
When Bradberry thinks about the accomplishment, he looks back on the people that have helped him get there.
"That's what's going through my mind," Bradberry said. "Without a doubt, it's about the coaches and players you are associated with throughout your career. It's a big deal and I'm excited about it and hopefully we'll see some old friends there at the banquet."

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