October 25, 2011
Shawn Watson | Teddy Bridgewater | Michaelee Harris
Following practice on Oct. 25, quarterbacks coach Shawn Watson, freshman quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and redshirt freshman wide receiver Michaelee Harris spoke with the media about the team’s upcoming contest against Syracuse and about honoring teammate Anthony Conner, who broke his neck while making a tackle in the Rutgers game.
The Cardinals, coming off a 16-14 victory over the Scarlet Knights, enter Saturday’s game with a 3-4 overall record, going 1-1 in the BIG EAST, while Syracuse stands at 5-2 overall, 1-1 in the league. The game is scheduled for a noon kickoff and will be televised on the BIG EAST Network. Fans also can listen to the game on either WHAS 840AM or WKRD 790AM, or via satellite radio: SIRIUS Channel 92 and XM Channel 194.
October 25, 2011
Here we are Louisville fans, edition No. 7 of Cardinals in the NFL from ‘Inside the Huddle.’ Eight Louisville letterwinners saw time on the gridiron in week four. Below is a breakdown of each player and their statistics:
Brock Bolen (Jacksonville, Fullback) – Bolen was inserted as a substitution in the Jaguars’ 12-7 victory over Baltimore on Monday Night Football.
Michael Bush (Oakland, Running Back) – In a substitution role, Bush rushed for a game-high 99 yards on 17 carries and also made two catches for 12 yards in a 28-0 loss to Kansas City.
Elvis Dumervil (Denver, Defensive End) – Dumervil earned the start at right defensive end in an 18-15 overtime victory over Miami. He made one solo stop.
Harry Douglas (Atlanta, Wide Receiver) – Douglas earned the start at wide receiver in a 23-16 victory over Detroit. He finished the game with four receptions for 62 yards.
William Gay (Pittsburgh, Cornerback) – Gay earned the start at left cornerback in a 32-20 victory over Arizona. He had three solo stops and one pass defensed in the win.
Breno Giacomini (Seattle, Offensive Tackle) – Giacomini saw time off the bench in a 6-3 loss to Cleveland.
Amobi Okoye (Chicago, Defensive Tackle) – Okoye saw playing time in the 24-18 victory over Tampa Bay, recording a solo sack for a loss of 14 yards.
Chris Redman (Quarterback, Atlanta) – Redman was inserted as a substitution and had one pass attempt in a 23-16 victory over Detroit.