Catch 3 Former Tigers in the UofL Spring Football Game

Luke Brohm and Andrew Polston with the 2014 Russell Athletic Bowl Trophy | Photo from Twitter.com

Luke Brohm and Andrew Polston with the 2014 Russell Athletic Bowl Trophy | Photo from Twitter.com

We hope you enjoyed our attempt at some humor yesterday on April Fools Day, but now we’re back to keeping you up to date with the latest Tiger Sports news!

Spring football is in full swing for first year head coach Bobby Petrino and the Louisville Cardinals. Their spring season will culminate with the Wendy’s Wonderful Kids Spring Game on Friday, April 11 at 7:30 PM at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium.

Come out and see three Former Tigers that will participate in their final spring game as Cardinals.  #36 Luke Brohm, #58 Andrew Polston and #65 David Noltemeyer. All three were members of the 2009 State Championship Tiger Football team.  If you’ve never gone to a Spring Game before or are just curious about this year’s game, here are some details from CardChronicle.com.

  • The game is free and you don’t have to worry about picking up a ticket. Simply show up, pick out a seat you like, and have fun.
  • The Spring Game officially starts at 7:30 PM. Stadium gates will open at 6 PM.
  • Following the game, UofL players including our favorite Former Tigers will be available for a 45-minute autograph session, and there will also be a station where fans can take pictures with certain Cardinal players. Take a picture with any of our three former players and tweet it to us so that you have a chance to make it on WSTXSports.com!

Just as a reminder, all spring practices are free and open to the public. Also, this Friday’s practice (4:00 p.m.) is scheduled as a scrimmage. If you want to catch a sneak peak of our Tiger Tech guys before the Spring Game, Friday would be a great opportunity to do so.

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About Jacob Hayslip

Senior at Saint Xavier High School. Editor-In-Chief of WSTX Sports.

Posted on April 2, 2014, in Former Tigers and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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