Report: Bobby Petrino Finalist For Louisville Job
Oh how wonderful and hilarious this press conference could be.
In a move that would seem to bring the parties involved full circle, ESPN.com is reporting that Bobby Petrino is one of three finalist for the recently vacated Louisville head coach position.
Bobby Petrino interviewed w/UL AD Tom Jurich Tuesday; is among 3 finalists for job source told @ESPN
— Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN) January 8, 2014
Petrino, the current Western Kentucky head coach, was the head coach at Louisville from 2003-2006. He went 41-9, with a school-record 12-1 mark and No. 5 ranking in the AP Poll in his final season.
From there Petrino had one awful season in Atlanta before running off to Arkansas. Petrino coached at Arkansas from 2008-2011 before resigning over an extra-marital affair.