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The All-Decade Louisville Football Team

First Team Offense

QB - Stefan LeFors
RB - Michael Bush
RB - Eric Shelton
TE - Gary Barnidge
WR - Arnold Jackson
WR - Harry Douglas
C - Eric Wood
OG - Kurt Quarterman
OG - Jason Spitz
OT - Travis Leffew
OT - George Bussey

First Team Defense

DE - Elvis Dumervil
DE - Dewayne White
DT - Amobi Okoye
DT - Montavious Stanley
LB - Robert McCune
LB - Brandon Johnson
LB - Nate Harris
CB - Rashad Holman
CB - William Gay
S - Anthony Floyd
S - Kerry Rhodes

Second Team Offense

QB - Brian Brohm
RB - Lionel Gates
RB - Kolby Smith
TE - Rhonnie Ghent
WR - J.R. Russell
WR - Deion Branch
C - Will Rabatin
OG - Aaron Dardzinski
OG - Rob Eble
OT - Breno Giacomini
OT - Renardo Foster

Second Team Defense

DE - Michael Josiah
DE - Marcus Jones
DT - Donovan Arp
DT - Earl Heyman
LB - Rod Day
LB - Lamar Myles
LB - Malik Jackson
CB - Antoine Harris
CB - Antonio Roundtree
S - Curry Burns
S - Jon Russell

Special Teams

K - Art Carmody
P - Wade Tydlacka
KR - Zek Parker
PR - Arnold Jackson


--I'm guessing Lefors over Brohm is what stands out the most, but it's just this man's opinion.

--That first team D-line is legit.

--Louisville had three tremendous safeties this decade and then there's an enormous drop-off. With all due respect to Jon Russell, he was certainly not one of the 24 best Cardinals this decade, but there simply wasn't anywhere else to go.

--Poor Broderick Clark. He has a solid argument for making both the second team offense and the special teams unit.

--Feel free to argue below.