If this doesn't sell you, I can't imagine what will.
Here we are, less than two weeks away from the draft, and the only true mystery around Brohm is whether he'll be drafted in Round 1.
And frankly, that's just wrong.
Let's debunk the myth right now: Brian Brohm is going to be a starting quarterback and a winner in the NFL. He is also going to end up being a first-round pick.
If that weren't enough, Schein later touches on the other half of the Derby City Duo, Michael Bush.
Morrison said, "Shhhhhh. We want him to be the best-kept secret in the NFL. He's healthy. He's the next Brandon Jacobs with his power and speed."
If Bush is really ready to go, it would give Lane Kiffin a major weapon and perfect compliment to Justin Fargas. But I don't think you can bank on Bush's health when debating whether or not to draft Darren McFadden. The pure home-run ability of the Arkansas back is likely too much for Al Davis to pass up.
In an apparent attempt to secure his lifetime spot on the infamous Not Cool With List, Mel Kiper appeared on SportsCenter last night and said that Delaware's Joe Flacco was the second best quarterback available in the draft behind Boston College's Matt Ryan.
What the hell is up with this guy? I suppose one of us better get ready to update this sometime soon.
Just how fast is incoming freshman Jacques Caldwell? Reals fast.
"This guy can friggin' fly," Kragthorpe said.
Caldwell is proving that in track this spring. Last week, Caldwell ran a blazing 20.97 seconds in the 200-meter dash at the District 10 5-A track meet.
He'll run in the regional meet next weekend at Baylor.
For comparison's sake, Caldwell would have broken the Kentucky record (21.22 seconds) and wasn't far off the national mark of 20.13 set in 1985 by Roy Martin, who also was from Texas.
The Louisville baseball team, which took two of three from South Florida over the weekend, returns to action tonight with a 6 p.m. tilt against visiting Indiana. Former Ballard High School standout Chris McCombs will be on the bump for the Hoosiers.
Joe Lunardi has unveiled his super early Bracketology for 2008-2009, and has Louisville as a five seed. Oh my God, I totally LOVE our bracket.
And finally, for those of you looking for proof that the Prince cheats on Cinderella ten years after the story ends, I point you in the direction of poor Drake. The Bulldogs come into the '07-'08 season having lost their coach and just about every productive player on a below average team from the year before, and as a result they're picked to finish dead last in a down Missouri Valley Conference. They respond by starting the season 20-1, winning the MVC's regular season title, dominating the conference tournament, having a three-year walk-on point guard win the league's Player of the Year award, having their first-year coach named National Coach of the Year, and earning a five seed in their first NCAA tournament appearance in 37 years. Naturally, they lose their first round game in overtime on a miracle buzzer-beater, and their coach bolts for Providence.