EXCLUSIVE: WAVE 3 Sports Director Kent Taylor talks with UofL Vice President of Athletics Tom Jurich, Part One
2017-08-15T12:58:24Z2017-08-15T12:58:24ZBy Kent Taylor, Sports Director
Tom Jurich (Source: WAVE3.com File Photo)
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - WAVE 3 Sports Director Kent Taylor talked exclusively with UofL Vice President of Athletics Tom Jurich about the past, present and future of UofL athletics. Catch Part 2 Tuesday on WAVE 3 News @ 6. (Copyright 2017 WAVE 3 News. All rights reserved.
If you have yet to make it to a game, you might want to fit one in your schedule. Lou City says over 10,000 tickets have been sold and they hoping to approach capacity of 13,131 at Louisville Slugger Field. A record crowd of 11.632 was on hand for the last matchup with FC Cincinnati, a 3-2 loss on July 15.
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Current UofL head coach Bobby Petrino is enlisting a former Cards boss to help with special teams. John L. Smith, currenly the head coach at Kentucky State, is serving as a defacto special assistant for the Cards. "We travel up the road and meet with John L. a lot, you know, he's always been one of the greatest special teams coaches in America and he certainly showed that when he came and worked for me at Arkansas," Petrino said.
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