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Charlie Strong is as good on the football recruiting trail as Steve Kragthorpe was bad.

Jordan Campbell, a high school All-America and sometime starting linebacker at Southern California (USC), has announced that he is transferring to play football at the University of Louisville. The 5-foot-11 junior will be able to play immediately as a result of USC’s recent NCAA penalties.

Mike McCammon, who apparently camped out overnight at the stadium Friday, already has an interview with him. Read all about it at Ditchball.

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By Charlie Springer

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

4 thoughts on “USC Football Transfer To Louisville”
  1. Fight on, Jordan! We’ll all be rooting for you out here in Cali. You guys received a great young man who loves to hit. He’s a very aggressive player. If he can keep his off-field issues in check, he’s a steal.

  2. Swagger is back!! Demar Dorsey + Jordan Campbell + Johnny Patrick = a lot of defensive improvements. Kick some ass September 4th. 70 days til kickoff!

  3. Looks like it’s official at 9:00pm per Twitter…Campbell_Jordan “just signed 2 the university of louisville”.

    I can’t wait for Cardinal Football and the Charlie Strong Era! GO CARDS!!!

  4. Jordan Campbell wasn’t a “Starter,” unless you call starting one game for USC as being a starter. Nonetheless, Jordan Campbell is a decent athlete who had some off the field problems at USC, but he will probably progress better in Louisville under Strong. Sometimes a new environment is good for an athlete that desires to make a positive change in their life. Go Cards!

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