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Neal Brown Steals Scott Satterfield’s New Louisville Assistant Coach
by Nick Roush on January 8, 2019 at 4:30 pm

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Overlooked by the University of Louisville during the Cardinals’ coaching search, Neal Brown is finding creative ways to torment the program.

Four days ago, Scott Satterfield hired Chad Scott to coach Louisville’s running backs.  Most recently North Carolina’s tight ends coach, Scott previously coached running backs and receivers with Brown for Mark Stoops at Kentucky.  The ink had not dried from Scott’s contract before Brown swiped him from Satterfield’s staff.

Brown will reportedly hire Scott to be West Virginia’s co-offensive coordinator.

The decision to hire Scott most likely stems from their working relationship at UK and Texas Tech, along with Scott’s ability to recruit playmakers from the state of Florida, but I’d like to think Brown did it just to take a shot at UofL.

9 Replies to “Neal Brown Steals Scott Satterfield’s New Louisville Assistant Coach”

  1. sprtphan says:

    You go Neal Brown.

    1. Ridge Runner says:

      Absolutely

  2. binarysolo says:

    Maaan is this how he’s gonna steal recruits from Stoops?

  3. ClutchCargo says:

    Take that, Little Bro! I don’t understand the worry about what WVU will do in recruiting. They were already trying hard and doing well.

    1. IndianaSucks says:

      I’m assuming the kentucky ties with neal brown along with his run and gun style offense. What offensive recruit wouldn’t want to play in that style???

  4. J. Did says:

    Chad Smith has got to be sore from jumping ships.

    1. J. Did says:

      *Chad Scott

    2. zoupman says:

      Who wouldn’t jump off the u of L. Dumpster fire. Good for Chad Scott. Better job at a better school.

  5. jaws2 says:

    REEEEEALY tough to beat Vince, Stoops and our environment!!! I like our chances against WV’s staff.

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