Found January 20, 2012 on The Cardinal Connect:
Louisville seniors Josh Bellamy and Ryan Kessling will play in this weekend’s annual ‘Battle of Florida’ all star game. The Battle of Florida is an all-star football matchup for NFL draft-eligible collegiate players with ties to the state of Florida. It pits coaches Bobby Bowden vs. Howard Schnellenberger. Bellamy and Kessling will play for the North team, coached by Bowden. The game will be broadcast nationwide by Fox College Sports at 8 pm. All players participating in the game must be NFL draft eligible and have either been born in Florida or have played high school or college football in Florida. Full Rosters.
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