KEYS TO VICTORY
1. I said WE PRAY
3. Oh yeah WE PRAY
5. WE GOT TO PRAY JUST TO MAKE IT TODAY
That’s word, we pray.
WHO/WHAT BISCUIT’S WATCHING
I’m not going to do my traditional bullet points. This has been a hell of a couple of weeks for Louisville football and its fans. We aren’t sure how we got here, but we have a coach who seems to have completely lost it, a staff who is ill equipped, and a team that has lost all direction and motivation. In the last few days, we’ve lost one of our most promising young players in Jordan Travis, and two incoming 2019 recruits. We are at the attrition and de-commitment phase of the coaching transition. What should have been one of the best weekends of the Louisville sports calendar is now a practice in distraction, with all eyes on the Breeder’s Cup. I’m still watching, and I know you are too. But it hurts to see players who have so much potential play as poorly as they have. And I don’t put that on them.
We have a culture problem, and that calls for a sea change. Let’s raise a glass to better days.
Louisville is finding new ways to disappoint and Clemson is hitting their stride with young buck Trevor Lawrence under center. They are starting to look every bit the team that could challenge Bama at the end of the season. That defensive front is scary, and I am honestly having a tough time seeing how UofL scores tomorrow.
Clemson 66 – Louisville 3 (Hassan Hall returns a kick to midfield or better and the Cards get it into field goal range)
This hurt me a lot more to type than I care to admit, but I can’t lie to you folks. It won’t be like this forever.
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