Web Run: Archer feels U of L's defensive pain

Mike Archer watched the University of Louisville's football game against Middle Tennessee State on television this season. As the cameras focused on embattled U of L defensive coordinator Mike Cassity, Archer might have been the most empathetic person in the audience.

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School Conference Pct. Overall Pct.
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Archer feels U of L's defensive pain
Brian Bennett * The Courier-Journal
Mike Archer watched the University of Louisville's football game against Middle Tennessee State on television this season. As the cameras focused on embattled U of L defensive coordinator Mike Cassity, Archer might have been the most empathetic person in the audience. A struggling defense? An enraged fan base in this state screaming for your head on a platter? Oh, yeah, Archer knows all about that. Read More

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Ken Tysiac * Charlotte Observer
O'Brien said two knee surgeries this week will bring the team's total to eight for this season. "I didn't have eight knee surgeries in the last three years (coaching) at Boston College," O'Brien said Wednesday. Fullback Pat Bedics was scheduled for surgery Wednesday, and his status for the rest of the season won't be known until today. Offensive tackle Jeraill McCuller also had knee surgery this week, O'Brien said, and is out indefinitely. Read More



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