Found May 22, 2013 on The Cardinal Connect:
Stability is far from synonymous with the University of Louisville Football Program’s linebacking corp throughout the 2012 season.  Game one starter and senior Daniel Brown, managed to only start and see action in four games due to injury.  True freshmen Keith Brown and James Burgess Jr. both saw significant game time with Brown starting five and Burgess Jr. Starting four games while both appearing in 10 or more match-ups. Junior George Durant who started eight games had appeared in only 13 on his career during his previous two seasons starting none.  Junior Preston Brown was the lone anchor playing in and starting all 13 games on the season. What’s great about getting freshman minutes? Becoming experienced sophomores. The four major components of P. Brown, Durant, K. Brown and Burgess Jr. will be your experienced studs soaking up the majority of minutes.  Waiting on the sidelines for any opportunity to get in the game will be redshirt freshmen Nick Dawson (could steal significant m...

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Montrezl Harrell Has Accepted An Invitation To The U19 Team USA Training Camp

Louisville sophomore to be Montrezl Harrell has accept an invitation to the Team USA 19-and-under world championship training camp. Harrell, a 6-foot-8 forward, is one of 24 players who accepted an invitation to attend the 2013 USA Basketball Men’s U19 World Championship Team training camp that will be held June 14-19 in Colorado Springs, CO. Prior to his freshman season, Harrell...

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