Anderson hopes to bounce back from injury

SPRING PRACTICE VIDEO -- Victor Anderson is trying to bounce back from a shoulder injury that slowed him down last season. The senior running back says he's feeling strong and ready for a big season. Anderson talked with InsideTheVille.com after Monday's fourth spring practice.

Victor Anderson looked like a future star after rushing for 1,047 yards and 8 touchdowns while earning Big East Freshman of the Year honors in 2008.

But an assortment of injuries, including to his shoulder, derailed Anderson's progress the past two seasons as his production declined from his freshman standard (Anderson rushed 473 yards and five touchdowns in 2009; and only 286 yards with no touchdowns last season).

Now, Anderson hopes to bounce back with a strong senior season. Louisville offensive coordinator Mike Sanford said earlier this week that Anderson is running "strong" this spring and that the Cardinals "expect" the 5-10, 190-pound back to return to his freshman form.

Anderson spoke with InsideTheVille.com following Monday's practice:


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