Posted March 04, 2013 on louisville.scout.com
After a successful season on the gridiron, University of Louisville football coach Charlie Strong and his players were giving back over the weekend. The Cardinals put a smile on a bunch of little faces as Strong hosted the “We Are Strong Camp” for kids from Kosair Children's Hospital and Down Syndrome of Louisville on Saturday. Cardinal Authority was in attendance and has a story and photos:
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