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Bobby Petrino Once Committed To Doing Something Again Next Year

Via Louisville Cardinals blog Card Chronicle, a record of momentary former Atlanta Falcons coach Bobby Petrino showing he's capable of long-term planning:

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I turn and open the box and pull out a poster-sized frame with a picture of the Louisville-Kentucky scoreboard from the previous week.  He had me hold it up, walk back to the wall, and then yelled for Paul Petrino to come into his office. 

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This thing was heavy and I am holding it up and waiting.  Paul comes in and they stand at his desk where Bobby reads the score out loud: "Louisville 28, Slapdicks nothing. I f*&$ing love it, those little smurfs didn't even score a point." They looked at me and said, "that is what winners do, kick their ass." He told me to set it down where he could look at it and as I was leaving he grabbed me and said "get used to it, we are going to kick their ass every year."

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Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.