Please welcome guest blogger Anastasia Saunders, who will break down the USF game for us.
Hi, this is Anastasia Saunders on location from Card Chronicle Internet HQ. I like turtles and linebackers who keep gap integrity. Let us discuss a few football things after a full game of football was just played.
Teddy Bridgewater is a quarterback who threw the ball great today as opposed to throwing badly. 84% completion percent? He is only a sophomore. How did he get so good so fast? I asked coach Charlie Strong in a fake interview I conducted with cue cards.
Anastasia: Coach Strong, why does Teddy Bridgewater throw the football so well?
Charlie: [stares at me for three seconds, bewildered] Well, you look at what he does in the film room and you see a young man who is mentally prepared for the game and what the defense gives him.
Anastasia: Great, great. I personally believe momentum is building for Louisville as they head into next Friday's game against Cincinnati. Talk about other football stuff.
Anastasia: Did your defense play second half football in the second half?
Charlie: [/was already walking away, didn't hear my question]
Anastasia: Perfect! Thanks, coach! Alright guys let's get back to the game review post to summarize what happened during the full game in review.
Damian Copeland is nicknamed Honey Mustard; thoughts? I personally believe this is a good name for him because his hair is fun. He made big plays for positive yardage today. [/blows kisses].
Louisville run defense--oof. I will blow zero kisses to you. I thought you were supposed to be a strength this year? 200 yards to South Florida? Not great, not great. Did like the goal line stand. Maybe one kiss.
I personally believe Skip Holtz wanted Louisville to win and U of L fans should thank him for his clock management skills with the clock. Sources tell me the USF athletic director just posted the remainder of Holtz's contract on Kragslist.com*.
So, let's summarize the main story: Louisville moves to 7-0 and Bridgewater is good at quarterbacking. Congrats to my Great Great Player Of The Game Preston Brown, who had 17 tackles in the football game.
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