Tomorrow, tomorrow is always a day away, even for UofL football

By Keith Thomerson

The Louisville Cardinals lost. Way too many mistakes to beat a good Alabama football team, or any other football team.

The sun came up on Sunday and as I look out my home-office window, the sun is shining again. We must remember the game is played by 18 to 22-year-old young men. They make mistakes just like we all did and continue to do. They, as we have, will learn from those mistakes. The coaching staff will help them solve those mistakes and go on to the next game.

As a teenager, I tore an important three-paragraph piece out of a church bulletin. It has meant so much to me over the years and every time someone wants to criticize anything, I read it. The author is unknown.

“The galleries are full of critics. They play no ball. They fight no fights. They make no mistakes because they attempt nothing. Down in the arena are the doers. They make mistakes because they attempt many things.

“The person who makes no mistakes lacks boldness and the spirit of adventure. They are the ones who never tries anything. They are the brake on the wheel of progress.

“And yet it cannot be truly said, they make no mistakes because the biggest mistake they make is the very fact that they try nothing, do nothing, except criticize those who do things.”

The Louisville football team will get to play another game on Saturday. Hopefully, the mistakes will have been fixed.

2 thoughts on “Tomorrow, tomorrow is always a day away, even for UofL football”

  1. The Cards should be able to win a few fans back with Indiana State and WKU at home over the next coiple of weeks. Both of these should land in the “W” column for UofL. We’ll get a glimpse just how good the opponent is after those two — Virginia –who had no trouble chasing Spiders (from Richmond) off the cobwebs but could fins a tough tussle ahead in the Indiana Hoosiers.

    Die-hard Cardinal fans realize that when you tangle with #1 — with a new starting QB and piece-meal running game — you just might pay the price. Let’s hope a clear leader emerges as a ball carrier. Let’s hope the defense gains some confidence.

    With Fla. State showing that they might be less than expected — Cardinal fans should look at that contest a the bell-weather, true test of the 2018 version of “A.A.” Cardinal Football. Cardinal Football (after Alabama)

    Paulie

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