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  • Louisville RB Michael Bush breaks leg in home opener

    Just happened on ESPN, confirmed broken leg by a trainer on the field. :\


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    Re: Louisville RB Michael Bush breaks leg in home opener

    Wow, in my opinion thats a huge blow BUT atleast they have a decent back to fill in for Bush.

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      Re: Louisville RB Michael Bush breaks leg in home opener

      Originally posted by RamsFan16 View Post
      Wow, in my opinion thats a huge blow BUT atleast they have a decent back to fill in for Bush.
      I don't know much about the back-up, but he can't be as good as Bush is to that team. I could be wrong about the back-up, but this is a huge injury for them and the hopes that they had for this season.

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        Re: Louisville RB Michael Bush breaks leg in home opener

        He looked good when they brought him in against Kentucky, but then again... it was Kentucky. Very few times does a team lose an offensive star and potential first round draft pick and not suffer quite a bit. They've still got Brohm though so they're fairly dangerous.

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          Re: Louisville RB Michael Bush breaks leg in home opener

          Stripling and Smith are both very capable backs who should fill the void left by Bush. Brohm, Cantwell and Matt Simms in a couple yrs will lead the 'Ville forward.

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            Re: Louisville RB Michael Bush breaks leg in home opener

            htp://www.miami.com/multimedia/miami/sports/archive/umfoot/2006/video/umlouisvillepre.htm

            Just add the t in http. This is a video of the thug Miami Hurricanes stomping on our Louisville Cardinal logo at midfield before we laid a beating down on them.

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