Bobby Petrino Just Kidding About That Whole Leaving Louisville Thing
Posted by Matt on December 11, 2007
This was the happiest point in the relationship.
On a day when their franchise quarterback Michael Vick was sentenced to nearly two years in Federal p.m.i.t.a. prison, the Atlanta Falcons were
beaten manhandled by the New Orleans Saints, and Drew Brees’ birth mark, to the tune of 34-14. Now I didn’t actually watch the game as there are only so many Michael Vick and Hurrican Katrina discussions I can stomache in one lifetime, but I would have to guess that, with each embarassing moment, Bobby Petrino is seriously rethinking the events of the past nine months.
Not to mention that I am sure it also does not help that things aren’t all that rosey for Steve Kragwhatever and with the Louisville faithful wondering ‘what might’ve been’ had Petrino stayed.
The Falcons are 3-10. The Cardinals are 6-6 and home for the holidays. Atlanta’s franchise quarterback is next in line to be the quarterback for The Longest Yard 2. Louisville’s golden boy Brian Brohm plummeted off of Heisman lists and draft boards, spiraling in to obscurity (maybe not THAT bad) and possibly losing millions in the process.
But I’ll stop there, I am getting dangerously close to sounding like I feel sorry for Louisville, Petrino, and the Atlanta Falcons but truth be told I am loving every minute of this.
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