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    Jim Bridge's Coaching Career
    Year(s): Team - Position
    1992-93: Bowling Green State - Graduate Assistant
    1994-95: Virginia - Graduate Assistant
    1996-99: The Citadel - Offensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator
    2000: Bowling Green State - Tight Ends
    2001: The Ohio State - Graduate Assistant
    2002: Eastern Michigan - Offensive Line
    2003-06: Boston College - Tight Ends
    2007-10: NC State - Tight Ends
    2011-pres.: NC State - Offensive Line

    PLAYING EXPERIENCE: Played tight end for Wittenberg University from 1988-92.

    EDUCATION: Earned his B.A. from Wittenberg in 1992; Received his M.Ed. in sports administration from Bowling Green State in 1994.

    PERSONAL DATA: Born 10/15/69 in Cleveland, Ohio; Married to the former Andrea Bitterman of Buffalo, N.Y. Has four children: Anna Claire (9), Ryan (6), Maggie (4) and Jack (3).

    BOWL EXPERIENCE: At NC State - 2011 Belk Bowl, 2010 Champs Sports Bowl, 2008 Bowl; At Boston College - 2006 Meineke Car Care Bowl, 2005 MPC Computers Bowl, 2004 Continental Tire Bowl, 2003 Diamond Walnut San Francisco Bowl; At Ohio State - 2002 Outback Bowl; At Virginia - 1994 Independence Bowl, 1995 Peach Bowl; At Bowling Green State - 1992 Las Vegas Bowl

    OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: Position coach for center Camden Wentz, a 2011 All-ACC honorable mention selection. Took over the reigns of the offensive line following the 2010 season after leading the tight ends corps for the previous four season. Coached first-team All-ACC tight end George Bryan in 2010. In 2009, Bryan was also named first-team All-ACC after leading all league tight ends in receptions. Bryan was the Pack's second-leading receiver with 40 catches and six scores. His 2008 tight ends combined for 40 catches, 456 yards and eight of the Wolfpack's 20 passing touchdowns. The Wolfpack ranked third in the ACC in passing offense in 2008. Named one of the top recruiters in the nation for 2008 by Helped coach the Boston College offense that led the ACC in total offense in 2005 and ranked second in the league in 2006. The 2006 Eagles also led the league in first downs and passing offense.

    PROFESSIONAL PLAYERS COACHED: At NC State - Anthony Hill; At Boston College - Ryan Purvis, Sean Ryan; At the Citadel - Lew Dawson.

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