Monday Morning Memos

To Lee Corso: Predict that West Virginia will win the football game. Please. (Nobody can remember the last time he correctly predicted a Louisville game.)

To fans going to theaters to see the game: Take your own candy and popcorn. Movie concessions are more expensive than Papa John’s. (There’s a Walgreen’s directly across from Stonybrook.)

To Steve Kragthorpe:
Game plan should include Bilal Powell early and often in the first half. (No late game cameos.)

To Charlie Stubbs: Get the plays into Brian Brohm faster. Send Bilal Powell in with the plays. (He’s a good ball carrier, too.)

To the U of L Band Director: Watch how the Mountaineer band responds to game situations, and how the crowd feeds off the band. (They don’t have a cheerleader doing a monologue before the game either.)

To the guy who plays the boogie videos: They don’t play boogie music at Morgantown when the home team is behind. Not in good taste. (You’ll never live that one down.)

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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.