Since leaving the University of Louisville in 2007, former Cardinal football coach Bobby Petrino has proved that he has some flaws.
A less than professional departure from the Atlanta Falcons and a disastrous scandal at the University of Arkansas has more than humbled Petrino.
When the 2013 college football season starts Petrino will be coaching the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers....
In case you were wondering, Bobby Petrino is well and alive.
He's been quietly finding his niche with Western Kentucky and has laid low for the majority of the offseason, minding his own business and staying out of harm's way with the media.
Until now, that is.
During an interview with local reporters, Petrino was asked about his expectations for the Hilltoppers...
Western Kentucky and Bobby Petrino needed each other at the right time. Photo: USA Today Sports.
America loves a good come back story. We latch on to those stories all the time in sports, whether it be an icon's return from retirement like Michael Jordan or one in which a player looks to get a hold of his life the way Josh Hamilton did years ago. The college football...
One of the key stories to the 2013 season in the Sun Belt Conference will be the return of Bobby Petrino to the sidelines at Western Kentucky. Petrino figuratively saw his coaching career crash before him in the blink of an eye at Arkansas but he is back now looking to restore his image and re-shape his personal life. We all know he is a good college football coach but he also has...
Coaches like to shake things up when they arrive on campus, and they are always looking for a new way to attract recruits. Take Bobby Petrino at Western Kentucky. The Hilltoppers new head ball coach is looking to entice potential WKU football players with a new helmet that is quite shiny. Petrino tweeted it out, because that’s where recruits spend a ton of time BLING BLING! Kids...
BACK IN THE SADDLE
The last time we saw Bobby Petrino, he was literally a battered and bruised man, but now it's being reported that the former Arkansas coach has found himself a new coaching gig.
THE MOTORCYCLE DIARIES
Bobby Petrino's father told a Louisville newspaper that his son is interested in the soon-to-be vacant head coaching position with the Kentucky Wildcats.
In his first interview since he was fired, former Arkansas head football coach Bobby Petrino expressed remorse for his questionable actions.
RED ALL OVER
The tumultuous offseason for Arkansas coaches continues, as interim head man John L. Smith is declaring bankruptcy after several real estate deals went belly up.
HAS SOME DAMAGE
The motorcycle that former Arkansas Razorbacks Bobby Petrino wrecked, an event that ultimately led to his dismissal, is currently for sale with a current bid is $2,550.