Cardinal Authority continues our position series – a look at tight ends – with a short story on the transition of former defensive end B.J. Butler to the offensive side of the ball for the University of Louisville football team.
B.J. Butler and Jalen Harrington were not listed on the updated depth chart released by the University of Louisville. But both figure to be key players for the Cardinals’ offense this season after a switch from defense late last season.
Two surprise players for the University of Louisville football team last week in the Allstate Sugar Bowl were players converted to tight ends. B.J. Butler and Jalen Harrington made huge plays for the Cardinals in the 33-23 win over Florida. Check out how they made their way onto the field on offense.
B.J. Butler and Jalen Harrington have been key players for the University of Louisville football team the past two weeks. But at the tight end spot, not on defense where the two started the season. Cardinal Authority has the story.
Nearing the end of August the impending football season’s opening depth chart was released. There was a fair amount of chatter about things like the absence of Andrew Johnson from the starting spot, Scott Radcliff starting over Eli Rogers and BJ Butler being reduced to third on the depth chart at defensive end. The starting spot that may have drew some of the most chatter…is...