Found December 08, 2011 on The Cardinal Connect:
Charlie Strong spoke to the media this morning for the first time since being mentioned as a candidate for the Texas A&M and Penn State jobs. In a sit-down interview with UofL beat writer C.L. Brown of the Courier-Journal, Strong put all of the recent rumors to rest. He mentioned that he could have spoke sooner to end all of the recent speculation, but Strong said he was a bit frustrated with the process. While I totally agree that we should have heard from Charlie sooner, the fact that he said what he said will surely put Louisville fans at ease. Strong’s Comments via Courier-Journal: “What our fans have to understand is you have a coach and we’re trying to build a program, so when all the noise in the system and all the rumors start, just don’t even focus on it,” Strong said. “Don’t even turn your attention to it. Nothing is going to happen.” He’s been on the road recruiting since Sunday – landing two commitments on Wednesday – where he has heard the rumors of other schoo
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