No comparisons are necessary or germane.
But, for the record, U of L’s deplorable and disgusting nonperformance against Clemson Saturday noon was not the worst defeat in program history.
If my research is correct, that would be a 0-105 home loss to Murray State during the 0-9 reign of C.V. “Red” Money in 1932.
Money was one and done coaching the Cards. After that ofer campaign he was gone.
So too should be Bobby Petrino, along with his egregiously ineffectual family affair of assistants.
And while there was little if any coaching observable in Death Valley, this squad of Cardinals should also be ashamed. They displayed zero pride.
I have watched U of L teams perform poorly in the past, but I cannot remember one during which the team played as if they could give a shit.
Cardinal fans, bury the rag deep in your face, now is the time for your tears.
Bottom line: It is inconceivable that Vince Tyra, financial difficulties notwithstanding, can do anything but advise Petrino that he shall be gone after the UK game. For Tyra to say something like, “We’ll assess the situation after the season,” would be a skewed interpretation of the precarious state of the program.
Your move, Mr. Athletics Director. Continue reading Louisville CardFile: Clemson