With all the attention that Texas A&M and more specifically quarterback Johnny Manziel is getting over his potential autographs for pay scandal it is only natural that teams become a little concerned when it comes to their players putting their name on anything. No one wants to lose the season before it even starts because someone signed an autograph or two (or thousand).
Louisville certainly doesn't want that to happen. So with a promising season ahead of them powered by an offense led by Heisman trophy contender quarterback Teddy Bridgewater they made an unpopular but safe decision and banned autographs at Fan Day.
From Twitter Account @UofLFootball
Head Coach Charlie Strong issued an apology to fans and explained the logic behind the decision:
"I would like to personally apologize to our outstanding fans," Louisville coach Charlie Strong said. "However, because of the national problem of autographed items appearing for sale on eBay and other websites, we...