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Hump night quick-hitters

So much better than hump day.

Rick Bozich says just about everything I would regarding the Greg Brohm situation. You know, without the word "chotch."

ESPN's Brian Bennett calls the split with Brohm, "one of the more inexplicable developments of the Steve Kragthorpe era."

Oh, and Bennett thinks the Cards will remain at home during the holiday season once again.

Major congrats to former Louisville center Eric Wood, who signed a multi-million dollar contract with the Buffalo Bills Wednesday afternoon.

"It’s been a long few days," Wood told "My intentions weren’t to hold out, but that’s just kind of the way it happened. That’s not my style, but it is what it is. I just want to thank Mr. Wilson and Jim Overdorf for all their hard work to get me into camp, even if it is a few days late."

After missing seven practices the Louisville product is eager to get going as he was crawling up the walls knowing his team was practicing without him.

"It was like the worst feeling ever," said Wood. "It was like a bad dream reading about my own team on the internet. It’s something I never wanted to have happen. But at this point there’s not a whole lot I can do other than go out there and start working (Thursday)."

Wood is expected to participate in team’s scheduled walk through session Thursday morning before taking the field for practice Thursday evening at 7:10pm. He’s confident he can make up for lost time pretty quickly.

"At this point it’s my responsibility to make up the time I’ve missed," Wood said. "I had a playbook that I was looking through and I’ve been working out like crazy trying to get right. But it’s all about work from here on out and I’m sure the coaches will help me make up the time I’ve missed and I’m ready to put in the effort."

The Louisville basketball team's Nov. 17 duel with Arkansas was officially confirmed earlier this week.

Anthony Mason Jr. was granted a medical hardship by the Big East Conference on Tuesday and will rejoin the St. John's basketball team for a 13th season in 2009-2010. The Johnnies are one of three conference foes Louisville will face twice this season.