Found November 04, 2012 on The Cardinal Connect:
Following Louisville’s 45-17 win over Temple, senior cornerback Adrian Bushell talked about a video that was put together and shown to the team prior to the game. This video had clips of national media members not giving Louisville the same amount of respect as the other unbeatens. Bushell says the team uses the lack of respect as motivation. When asked for how he’d respond to voters who say Louisville couldn’t compete with the other undefeated teams, “I say line em’ up,” Bushell says.
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