Louisville and Kentucky may not have the nation’s most heated rivalry, at least not in football, but on the other hand, I didn’t see any other reports Saturday of opposing team officials getting into it on the field. That’s what happened in Louisville, during a pregame mini-melee that drew in the Cardinals’ head coach, Bobby Petrino. […]
Pregame tensions between players from No. 24 Louisville and Kentucky evolved into a shoving match involving Cardinals coach Bobby Petrino.
Louisville and Kentucky's football teams aren't as good as their basketball brethren, but that doesn't make the in-state rivalry any less heated. Before today's Governor's Cup showdown—and Kentucky's penultimate shot at getting the sixth win necessary to become bowl eligible—things got a little lively, with players from both teams shoving each other. Read more...
These teams don’t like each other!
Notre Dame's senior day didn't exactly go according to plan, as Bobby Petrino and the Louisville Cardinals rolled into South Bend and defeated the Fighting Irish, 31-28. Yet the victory didn't come easy for the visiting team. A solid kickoff return by Amir Carlisle put Notre Dame in great starting field position at the team's own 47-yard line. Show More Summary
The last thing Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank wants to do this offseason is pull another Bobby Petrino. By definition, a Bobby Petrino is "an act of hiring one of the hottest names on the coaching market despite not being ready to...Show More Summary
We believe in second chances, and that's what we're seeing with Bobby Petrino, as Louisville goes into The Big Game on Thursday night against Florida State. Petrino … no, wait. That isn't it at all. That's just the rhetoric on Petrino, not the truth. His story is about learning from mistakes, and making changes in life. Show More Summary
The Clemson Tigers have plenty of momentum heading into this game, thanks to a 41-0 rout of North Carolina State on Saturday. Now they must turn their attention to the Louisville Cardinals, who are 5-1 on the season. Bobby Petrino is known for his offense, but the Cardinals defense is what is catching national attention. Show More Summary
Said Louisville head coach Bobby Petrino Monday: Petrino: "(Death Valley) will be very similar to last wk (at Syracuse). That was a loud place. I don't know if it can get any louder." Oh my — Larry Williams (@LarryWilliamsTI) October 6, 2014 The Cardinals travel to Clemson on Saturday after winning at Syracuse. Show More Summary
The Louisville Cardinals will travel to the Carrier Dome for an ACC battle with the Syracuse Orange on Friday night at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN. Bobby Petrino and the Cards are looking to move to 5-1 (3-1) on the season. Unlike many of Petrino's past teams, it is the defense that is carrying UL this season. Show More Summary
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.”
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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