UofL Football announced that redshirt senior LB Isaac Stewart and redshirt freshman DB Lyn Strange have been granted their releases and will transfer out of the program.
A 6’2 240 lbs native of NC, Stewart had a career total of 57 tackles for UofL including 3 tackles for loss. He also recorded a sack and a forced fumble in his 3 years in the program according to sports-reference.com.
Strange, a 6’1 195 lbs native of FL, did not play a down for UofL as he sat out due to his redshirt. He was a 3 star prospect according to 247sports.com and chose UofL over offers from Miami, South Florida, and Iowa State among others.
Below is the press release from UofL announcing their departures.
From the University of Louisville Athletic Department:
Louisville Football’s Stewart and Strange Granted Release
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – University of Louisville football linebacker Isaac Stewart and defensive back Lyn Strange were granted their release from the program, head football coach Bobby Petrino said on Wednesday.
Stewart, a native of Charlotte, N.C., appeared in 11 games for the Cardinals in 2017, finishing with 26 tackles and two tackles for loss. He earned starts versus Boston College and Florida State – totaling a career-high 10 tackles in the win on the road over the Seminoles.
The native of Leon, Fla., Strange sat out as a redshirt last season.