Louisville Football Camp Begins Aug. 5, Practices Will Be Closed

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The first of many questions will start to be answered when the University of Louisville football team reports to campus on Wednesday, Aug 4.

Among the issues are whether Demar Dorsey, the would-be transfer from Michigan, and Dominique Brown, the Cincinnati quarterback prospect, will be eligible for the 2010 season. The other big question is whether Adam Froman actually has competition for the signal-calling job.

Practice actually begins Aug. 5. All practices will be closed. Going to be brutal.

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The new terrace, installed as part of Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium expansion, now has a name. It is the Norton Terrace, presumably named in honor of a local health care provider.

The Terrace will be the location for the football team’s annual open house at Noon on Sunday, Aug. 15, giving fans opportunities to see the changes and to meet Coach Charlie Strong and collect autographs. The event ends at 2:30.

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Samardo Samuels has apparently landed a spot with the Cleveland Cavaliers, according to Card Chronicle. He just kept on keeping on. Still, don’t be too disappointed if he doesn’t see much playing time in the NBA. How would you like to be the guy who inherits LeBron James’  locker?

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Charlie Springer

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

One thought on “Louisville Football Camp Begins Aug. 5, Practices Will Be Closed

  • July 22, 2010 at 11:06 am
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    All practices closed? Ugh….that one stings. *sigh* oh well… but MAN the wait is going to hurt so much more!

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