Thin line between love and hate in Louisville
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Bobby Petrino jogged off the field with a smile on his face and his teenage son, Nick, by his side. He didn't need a police escort to get off the field alive, which goes to show what winning can do for you.
Petrino had come out on the plus side of a Liberty Bowl shootout that lived up to its considerable hype, laden with 84 points, 848 yards total offense and eight lead changes. As he headed for the stadium tunnel, you could hear Louisville fans' conflicted emotions toward ...
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