This week on 55…..
We talk the dismissal of Chris Jones. We also cover other Louisville men who aren’t sure they want to be Louisville men anymore. Rankings, rankings and rankings. ACC MVP? Also big news in the land of CSZ to talk about and I can’t wait to share it. We also have some combine results and assessments. On ESPN/ESPN2 tonight CardNation takes over and we say good bye to a friend of the site, Elle Raiser. So here we go.
Without further adieu, here are the most ridiculous, outlandish, interesting or just downright obnoxious things I have heard this week. THIS is 55…..
Congratulations to former Louisville and Trinity quarterback Will Stein, who will be continuing his coaching career at the University of Texas with Coach Charlie Strong as a graduate assistant. Stein tweeted the following message last night.
This article was published back in late March, but I am just now seeing it. I was unaware of where Adam Froman was these days, so I am sure other people are as well. He won’t go down as one of the great quarterbacks in Louisville history, but he certainly played with a lot of heart and was a bright spot in the Kragthorpe era. He also combined with Justin Burke and Will Stein in Charlie Strong’s first season to help get UofL to a bowl game. Regardless, he is a former Card, and that is all that matters. Here is the article about him, and yes the writer does call us “LU”. WHAT???
2014 Louisville QB commit Reggie Bonnafon (Trinity) has agreed to do a Senior Year Journal for CSZ. He will keep us updated about the summer workouts and how things are going for him. It should be pretty interesting stuff! In his second entry, Bonnafon talks about attending UofL’s football camp this past weekend!
By Justin Renck:
As we approach Senior Day 2012 for the football season, I tried to think of what kind of post to make on here to honor the seniors. After thinking of a few different ideas, I figured to just make it simple by saying: Thank you! Think about it…the seniors that have been here for their whole 4-5 year career committed to UofL when it really wasn’t a great place to commit to. They have stuck it out, and made this an attractive football program once again, and for that, I say thank you.