A little pre-G-Day perspective for you guys: do I really need to say more about Louisville’s spring game than this?
The offense piled up 951 yards and 11 touchdowns in the first exhibition appearance of coach Bobby Petrino’s second regime, showing off an abundance of weapons in the receiving and running back corps.
Well, yeah. It could have been worse.
Gardner completed eight passes for 20 or more yards and would have had a ninth if a 66-yard bullet to Parker wasn’t called back for an illegal-formation penalty.
Neither Grantham nor his towel were available for comment.