Posted August 04, 2013 on louisville.scout.com
NEWPORT, R.I. – University of Louisville football coach Charlie Strong called the expectations placed on his team this season ‘unrealistic.’ Strong said the Cardinals won’t listen to the media hype and won’t worry about the polls.
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