With apologies to the one-year stint with Western Kentucky in 2013, Monday night marked the return of Bobby Petrino to big-time college football. Now in the first year of his second stint as the head coach of the Louisville Cardinals,...Show More Summary
The Cardinals said hello to the ACC by beating Miami for the second time in as many games, this time with Bobby Petrino back in red. The rematch of Louisville's win against Miami in the 2013 Russell Athletic Bowl produced a similar result. Show More Summary
“I’ve heard him complain about players and a few other things, but not Todd.”
If he’s winning double-digit games, his “relationships” and other assorted baggage will prove (...)
Western Kentucky has a new coach and league. Jeff Brohm, a longtime assistant to Bobby Petrino, takes over for Petrino, who is back at Louisville. And the Hilltoppers have moved from the Sun Belt to Conference USA. Western Kentucky is...
He's anti-weather, pro-computers, anti-Cincinnati and apathetic towards Kentucky. Louisville went back to their coaching well this offseason, hiring Bobby Petrino back to his old post. Louisville fans may also remember Bobby Petrino as the man who interviewed for his former boss's job while at Louisville (behind his current and former bosses' backs). Show More Summary
Jameis Winston, Bobby Petrino and Vic Beasley are among the big names at this year's ACC Football Kickoff event. What is it? ACC Media Days is a two-day event in which media members head to Greensboro, N.C., to talk with ACC coaches, players and other associated conference personnel. Show More Summary
Western Kentucky is ranked No. 71 in the Orlando Sentinel's college football countdown. The Hilltoppers are moving on from coach Bobby Petrino's brief, successful era.
Bobby Petrino was brought back to Louisville to do one thing: win. And he'll probably do so. He inherits a strong stable of offensive weapons, and though the defense will regress, the Cardinals are immediately one of their new league's...Show More Summary
What's the quickest way for a head coach to lose his football team? Divide it. That's the fine line Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema is walking now, thanks to an appearance on Sports Talk with Bo Mattingly, a statewide syndicated radio...Show More Summary
Eleven years ago, Bobby Petrino was hired as Louisville’s head coach with the hopes of turning the Cardinals’ program from good to great. John L. Smith had elevated the Cardinals from a 1-10 team in 1997 to a program that made five bowls...Show More Summary
Louisville rehired a coach, Bobby Petrino, with character concerns this offseason, and that coach appears to have landed a talented safety with similar misgivings. According to Mike Hughes of InsideTheVille.com (subscription required),...Show More Summary
Bobby Petrino is getting set to open another spring at Louisville, his first since 2006, and the coach who has returned to the job that made him a star has plenty to do for the Cardinals. His biggest tasks will be finding a quarterback...Show More Summary
The defensive coordinator Todd Grantham is leaving Georgia to join Coach Bobby Petrino’s staff at Louisville.
Bobby Petrino insists he's a changed man.
Looking back, Bobby Petrino said one of his many mistakes in recent years was leaving Louisville, which provided the first of several head coaching opportunities on the college and professional levels.
UAB football coach Garrick McGee has stepped down, and a person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press that he has agreed to become Bobby Petrino's offensive coordinator at Louisville.
Bobby Petrino will become the coach of Louisville for a second time, according to Jonathan Blue, a member of the university’s board of trustees.
Western Kentucky coach Bobby Petrino talked to Louisville on Tuesday about its top job.
Jeremy Pruitt had a stellar year as defensive coordinator at Florida State. (Associated Press) What a difference a day and a half can make. Mark Richt entered the offseason presiding over a program that had failed to live up to its early-season...Show More Summary