Posted August 16, 2012 on
University of Louisville football coach Charlie Strong spent 30 minutes addressing a packed-house as the kickoff luncheon on Thursday. Cardinal Authority was there and has a story on what Strong and athletic director Tom Jurich had to say.
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It’s been a big Saturday for the University of Louisville football program. The Cardinals broke camp with a scrimmage that coach Charlie Strong called “balanced” and received news of being ranked in the Associated Press top 25 poll.
Cardinal Authority was at Louisville football practice on Wednesday morning and checks in with center Mario Benavides, who isn’t injured, and wide receivers coach Ron Dugans, who is working in a new player.