There's a reason Bobby Petrino keeps getting new jobs despite these scandals, mistruths, and escapes: most of his teams win a lot of games. Bobby Petrino is 100-39 as a college head coach. In his career, he's also moved on from eight...Show More Summary
For most coaches, this probably wouldn’t be an issue. But with Bobby... Louisville’s Bobby Petrino issued an official statement Thursday after someone using his Twitter page liked a tweet that promised “five star smut.” The oft-maligned...Show More Summary
The official Twitter account of Louisville football coach Bobby Petrino "liked" some lewd content on the social media site.
In his second year in Bobby Petrino's offense, the Cardinals' sophomore signal-caller looks like one of the ACC's most important players. The picture in the ACC for 2016 is an interesting one, even with heavyweights Florida State and...Show More Summary
A Long List Art Briles, Bobby Petrino, Kyle Flood, Larry Brown, Hugh Freeze, Jim Tressel, and yes-Lane Kiffin's brother (you cannot make this up)etc. etc. and don't forget various assistants and administrators likenow former Baylor athletic director Ian McCaw who resigned yesterdayetc. etc. The Hall of Shame listof coaches behaving badly, [...]
Two years after the start of his second stint as Louisville's head football coach, Bobby Petrino was rewarded with a new, seven-year contract Thursday. Louisville made the move official at a press conference involving Petrino and athletic...Show More Summary
Bobby Petrino wants his team to embrace the high expectations that some have placed on Louisville this offseason. For the first time since his return to football program, the Cardinals will open a season with a wealth of experience and depth. Eighteen starters from last season – tied for the most...
This is strange. Louisville is looking for a new offensive coordinator after Garrick McGee left for Illinois. The obvious choice appeared to be Paul Petrino, the current head coach at Idaho and the brother of Louisville head coach Bobby Petrino. Show More Summary
“Lot of Arkansas fans appreciate that we’re watching motorcycles instead of riding motorcycles.”
"Lot of Arkansas fans appreciate that we're watching motorcycles instead of riding motorcycles," said Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema while traveling amidst a police escort. It's queued up for you in the video above. Arkansas firedShow More Summary
College football is full of surprises. "Kevin Sumlin vs. Bobby Petrino in a battle of mediocre offenses" probably qualifies. Dec. 30, 7 ET, ESPN. 1. Last quarterback left in College Station, turn out the lights When you sign two five-star quarterbacks in two recruiting classes, you expect that the guy who doesn't end up starting might leave. Show More Summary
Which job would you take? In the eighth installment of PAPN, abbreviated by our standards, we discussed... Florida without Will Grier! Clemson without Clemsoning! Western Kentucky's successful Bobby Petrino succession plan! Whether you would take the Maryland job or the South Carolina job! Whether you would take the Maryland job... Show More Summary
Bobby Petrino Jr., son of University of Louisville football coach Bobby Petrino, has publicly come out as gay in a profile in a new LGBT magazine, Modern Louisville. While Petrino Jr. came out to his family in 2012, his profile in Modern Louisville m… The post Son of Louisville Football Coach Comes Out as Gay appeared first on Towleroad.
Auburn recovered an onside kick, but Louisville forced Auburn to a fourth down. Louisville Head Coach Bobby Petrino said the Cardinals had practiced the opening play over the past week, but it didn’t go as planned. “We were able to mix it up”. They pushed the ball down the field more to those receivers they
What was Petrino thinking? Louisville had the opportunity to get the ball back with a chance to tie Auburn in its 31-24 loss to the Tigers, but Bobby Petrino inexplicably called a timeout after an Auburn penalty — when the clock wasShow More Summary
The Louisville Cardinals and No. 6 Auburn Tigers will square off Saturday in the 2015 Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game, a nonconference showdown at the Georgia Dome. Cardinals head coach Bobby Petrino — who holds a 10-0 career mark in season-opening games, per B/R Insights — has yet to announce a starting quarterback. Show More Summary
Don't overlook this piece of college football's opening Saturday (Sept. 5 at 3:30 p.m. ET, CBS), which features two evolving power-conference contenders. There was a time when Bobby Petrino's offense was described as a power-spread.Show More Summary
With the Chick-fil-A Kickoff against Louisville now less than two weeks away, Auburn's fall camp, in a traditional sense, is drawing to a close. The Tigers started to specifically prepare for Bobby Petrino's Cardinals during the latter...Show More Summary
Idaho is coached by Paul Petrino, whose older brother is Bobby, the coach at Louisville. But Paul's Vandals — unlike Bobby's Cardinals — have the market cornered on losing. Idaho has won only five games the past four seasons and...
Who needs continuity when your roster's this loaded with talent? Confused? Check out the advanced-stats glossary here. 1. Bobby Petrino certainly knows how to work with new teams The coaching profession requires a set of skills so diverse that no human being is capable of being good at everything. Show More Summary