UK vs. UL had a lot of Tiger connections

From left to right: Tyler Buttleman (UK), Eric Anderson (UL), Clay Bollinger (UK), Adam Williams (UL), ____ (UL), Evan Shaheen (UL), Matt Anderson (UL) and Chase Heuke (UK) | Photo courtesy Evan Shaheen

From left to right: Tyler Buttleman (UK), Eric Anderson (UL), Clay Bollinger (UK), Adam Williams (UL), Ed Connell (UL), Evan Shaheen (UL), Matt Anderson (UL) and Chase Heuke (UK) | Photo courtesy Evan Shaheen

One of the coolest pictures to come out of this past weekend was this one of the Equipment Managers from both UK and UL that are all Former Tigers.

Clay Bollinger, Tyler Buttleman and Chase Heuke made the trip across I-64 with the Wildcats to face Evan Shaheen, Matt and Eric Anderson, Adam Williams and Ed Connell’s Cardinals on Saturday.  It was an intense rivalry game that started with a lot of pushing and shoving between the two teams, but that’s nothing new for these guys that have been a part of countless rivalry games inside Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium before during their time at St. X against Trinity.

There was a lot of Tigers participating in the game, not just the managers.  Charles Walker and Patrick Sermersheim were on the Wildcats’ sideline and Luke Brohm, Andrew Polston, David Noltemeyer and Spencer Foy were in all black for Louisville.

Luke Brohm and the Cardinal Bird hoist the Governor's Cup trophy! Also pictured is our other two Former Tigers Spencer Foy and way in the background, No. 67 Andrew Polston. | Photo by Matt Stone

Luke Brohm and the Cardinal Bird hoist the Governor’s Cup trophy! Also pictured is our other two Former Tigers Spencer Foy and way in the background, No. 67 Andrew Polston. | Photo by Matt Stone

Saturday was Senior Day for the Louisville players and Brohm, Polston and Noltemeyer were all recognized before kickoff.  Brohm and Polston finished their career undefeated against Louisville (Noltemeyer transferred from Kentucky two seasons ago).

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About Jacob Hayslip

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

Posted on December 1, 2014, in Former Tigers. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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