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
Good news, Georgia fans. Your defensive coordinator in 2014 will not be Todd Grantham. In one of the surprise moves of the offseason, Grantham bolted Athens in favor of Louisville and new head coach Bobby Petrino over the weekend. That...Show More Summary
After Alabama tabbed Lane Kiffin as offensive coordinator on Friday, it seemed like college football's silly hiring season had taken its most dramatic turn. But with Bobby Petrino back in coaching, you never know what you're going to...Show More Summary
Todd Grantham is on his way to Louisville. (AJC file) You’ve probably seen that UGA has confirmed reports that Todd Grantham is leaving to take the defensive coordinator’s job under Bobby Petrino at Louisville. The words “getting while...Show More Summary
Todd Grantham's time at Georgia has come to an end —but not because he was fired, as some fans in Athens had been clamoring for. According to ESPN's Joe Schad, Grantham has been hired as the defensive coordinator for Bobby Petrino'sShow More Summary
Bobby Petrino is back as the head coach of the Louisville Cardinals football team. After everything that has happened since he left Louisville for the NFL, rival fans have plenty of things they can use to taunt the coach. Even the youngsters enjoy taking a shot at the coach. Show More Summary
Bobby Petrino is back at Louisville, and the brilliant offensive mind has got his first big-time job after being shown the door following scandal at Arkansas. The coach is working to put together a staff, has already met with his players...Show More Summary
"Forgiveness is the fragrance, rare and sweet, That flowers yield when trampled on by feet." -Ella A. Giles, "Forgiveness" Often on his own accord, Bobby Petrino has worn out his welcome at every single stop of his head coaching career,...Show More Summary
Multiple reports, following Yahoo's Pat Forde, are saying that Bobby Petrino — liar, scoundrel, indifferent recruiter, proven winner — will be the new head coach at Louisville, the very program he ditched in 2006 for a short stint with the Atlanta Falcons. Read more...
From leaving the Falcons in the middle of the night during the season, wrecking his motorcycle and getting caught with a side piece...back to a respectable program. 'Murica.
I covered Arthur Blank and the Atlanta Falcons as editor of a local business magazine back in 2007 and 2008. I had profiled Rich McKay before the opening of the ’07 season, after the Atlanta Falcons had hired Bobby Petrino from the Louisville Cardinals to bring out the best in Michael Vick. Then, after the […]
Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich has proven time and time again that he is one of the premier ADs in the country. Jurich has been the architect behind countless facility renovations for the University of Louisville, stadium expansions...Show More Summary