Found March 20, 2013 on The Cardinal Connect:
With March Madness right around the corner, what better time to start talking about Spring Football…right?  If you follow TheCardinalConnect.com closely you already know that I am one of the strange folk in this town that tends to favor the sport of football over basketball.  For those of you that just learned that…I know, basketball fan card revoked.  So, now that I made some of you curl your brow, tilt your head and say, “what?”, I’ll proceed with some thoughts going into Spring Football Practice (of which you can witness first hand this Friday beginning at 3:45 at the practice field adjacent to Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium).  Here are a few things I am looking closely at or hoping to see this spring. Louisville picked up a handful of transfers after the 2011 season that sat out last year due to NCAA transfer rules.  While I am truly looking forward to all of them, a couple guys really intrigue me.  Matt Milton is a wide receiver transfer from the University of Tennessee who at 6′-5″
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