Kind of a defensive headline, that. Why, when sleazeman Bobby Petrino (put “petrino” in my search engine) has again (this is a return gig) graced the University of Louisville not only with his presence, but with open practices, is everybody staying away?

[L]ess than [Scathing Online Schoolmarm says: Make that Fewer than] 100 fans were on hand for Petrino’s first open practice inside Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium.

Do you have any idea what one hundred people look like in a stadium built for 55,000 people?

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2 Responses to ““FANS SAY CARDS OPEN PRACTICE CROWD NOT A REFLECTION ON PETRINO””

  1. theprofessor Says:

    Kind of like the 20 actual students or so who attend Gilligan basketball games in a 10,000 capacity arena?

    Of course, there are a couple of thousand others there. The non-student element looks like a convention of AARP members celebrating their 25th anniversary of joining. We really should change our team colors to white and gray and get a mascot that is meaningful to our core of fans: “Dewey the Defibrillator.”

    One of the very few places left where I have strangers refer to me as “son” or “young man.”

  2. Margaret Soltan Says:

    tp: LOL.

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