#33 Grant Donovan
Class: RS Junior
Position: Long Snapper
Hometown: Louisville, KY (Product of Male High School)
Thoughts: Grant played in twelve games last season and played pretty damn well. You remember that horrible snap over Wallace's head? What about that snap that landed five yards short of Wallace and resulted in a 10 yard loss? Yeah me neither, because they didn't happen. Why? Because Grant does his job. You know how I can go off on tangents about special teams (I've got some Coach Kenny Carter blood in my veins) but I got no beef with Grant. Keep up the good work Mr. Donovan, I hope to never hear your name all season.
We were playing against their back ups and couldn't close it out. Bad loss— Grant Donovan (@GD0N0VAN) February 10, 2013
Grant is actually referring to the mens bball loss to Notre Dame. You remember, that painful 5 OT loss that was going to be a crushing blow to our season? Take a look at the date on that tweet....February 9th. That was the last time your National Champion Louisville Cardinals lost a game.
(On a side note. I was tied up that afternoon and was watching the game on a about a 45 minute delay. Knowing the history of the series I thought I was a genius for adding an hour and a half to the DVR.....At 3:30am in the 4th OT my DVR stopped and I had to check the final score on my phone. WORST. NIGHT. EVER. But, National Championship.)
#33 Jordan Streeter
Class: RS Sophomore
Position: Defensive Back
Hometown: Florence, KY (it's Florence Ya'll)
Thoughts: Lets go ahead and get this out of the way. Last years coverage of Jordan was minimal at best. There wasn't much info about him out there and I apologize for that. But, the nickname made up for it all. Go ahead and copy and paste the below in Google. I'll wait...
As you can see, about half way down the page on the image results you'll find a UofL helmet and at the bottom of the page a link to last years countdown. Why is this important? It's not. But I think it's freakin hilarious. On with the countdown...
Jordan didn't see any game time last year. He came into the program as a running back from up at Highlands and was shifted to the defensive side of the ball. As a walk-on he may not be making headlines every week but obviously his contributions on the practice field are always beneficial to the team. Good luck to my favorite Doodlebop this year.
*walking down the street the wrong way* *acts like reading new text with new directions* *says audibly "geeze he's dumb"* *turns around*— Jordan B.M. Streeter (@Mr_Unicornz) June 28, 2013
I think my go to in this situation is...*fake answer phone with "hey, where you at?" *stop walking* Hang around in the same spot for a few seconds on the phone, maybe throw in a "no, I'm on my way" or "You told me to head towards -insert random building-" *start walking opposite direction* "Ok, I'm heading that way now"
I mean, you don't want to look stupid right?