TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Tedy Bruschi is returning to Arizona football.
The school announced Monday Brusci will serve as a senior advisor to new coach Jedd Fisch.
Bruschi was a two-time consensus All-American and the Pac-12 Defensive player of the year during his four-year stint in Tucson from 1992-95. He went on to play 13 NFL seasons with the New England Patriots, winning three Super Bowls before retiring in 2009.
Bruschi served as a lead analyst at ESPN after his retirement.
His duties at Arizona will include serving on the executive football management team and as a consultant to the football staff. He also will assist Fisch with alumni relations, fundraising, social justice initiatives and student-athlete development off the field.
Fisch was hired last month to replace Kevin Sumlin.
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