We saw, heard and talked about Vance Bedford's comments from yesterday, but here's the best of the rest from Louisville's football media day...
Sir Charles Strong:
A big thanks to Mark Blankenbaker of The Crunch Zone for capturing this video and sharing it with the world.
Also, the folks at Louisville Sports Live have a solid Q&A with Teddy Bridgewater in which he talks about the importance of fan support.
LSL: Does that affect you at all - I know the coaches bring it up constantly - when some of the fans aren't in their seats at kickoff; does that irk the team a little bit?
Teddy: Somewhat, yeah. When we come out of the tunnel, we'd love to see the maximum capacity of fans in the stadium. That's, believe it or not, something that can account for 7 points, 14 points, 21 points...who knows?. That all plays a psychological role in our opponents' minds and our minds.
LSL: On the flipside, how was it to see 30,000 fans down in New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl?
Teddy: Oh, that was amazing. They got down there from the time we arrived at our hotel to the time we left the hotel and then they were there for the kickoff. They were there to clap for us when we were coming down the stairs. They were there to greet us after practice. It was a great feeling to see all of them there because they are so loyal. We are thankful that we have them.
The man has spoken.