Bobby Petrino lived here

One feels very much the intruder doing a virtual tour of the former Bobby Petrino residence in Fayetteville. But a glimpse into the high-flying lifestyle of the former football coach at Arkansas and Louisville also provides a important personal reminder of how quickly things can go bad with a defective moral compass.

The structure features six bedrooms, six bathrooms, swimming pool, golf green, batting cage, basketball court, a media room with its own kitchen, a four-car garage, all the comforts of home, now on the market for $2.5 million. Lots of trophies, plaques and many other symbols of success. The fall from grace hangs heavy when  taking the virtual tour (by clicking on the photo).

Author: Charlie Springer

Charlie Springer is a former Louisville editor and sportswriter, as well as a public affairs consultant, a UofL grad and longtime fan.

5 thoughts on “Bobby Petrino lived here”

    1. His next door neighbor in Lexington, John Calipari, has the football field and forbids anyone to use it.

  1. I’m surprised by the amount of UofL stuff in his house. It’s almost like he misses it here or something.

  2. Did anyone notice that the Petrino’s lived on Bridgewater Lane? Maybe Teddy will buy it if it’s still on the market when he heads to the NFL in a few years…

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