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A good crowd of Louisville fans packed Tumbleweed on the River tonight for the weekly Charlie Strong radio show on 84WHAS.
Coach Strong spent a good majority of the show recapping the Pittsburgh game and previewing South Florida. If you didn’t get a chance to listen, here is a brief recap.
–Strong mentioned the play at the end of the first half against Pitt when Louisville went for it on fourth down. He said they decided to go for it basically because they had nothing to lose.
–The team felt confident in bringing the pressure on Saturday against Pitt because Tino Sunseri is a pocker quarterback.
–The schedule sets up nicely down the stretch for Louisville as four of their final six games of the season will be at home.
–Strong says no changes need to be made on the punt team, the guys just need to start blocking better.
–Dominique Brown is healthy now, but he’ll be held out this season and redshirt unless he’s needed due to injury.
–As he did on Monday, Strong spent some time complet...
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