Over the course of the last six months, Louisville football has been kept out of a bowl after finishing the 2020 season with a 4-7 final record, head coach Scott Satterfield flirted with South Carolina about its then-vacant head coaching position, four full-time assistants took other jobs and 15 scholarship players from last year’s roster entered the transfer portal. Hell, in the last week alone, Nebraska quarterback transfer Luke McCaffrey decided to leave the program after just a few days on campus and the team’s recruiting coordinator, David Cooper, left to take a job at Georgia during a significant recruiting weekend on campus.
The impact of Cooper’s departure was felt almost immediately, as four-star edge rusher Popeye Williams – one of two players committed to Louisville in the 2022 class – was greeted to a glaring typo on his official visit to campus this weekend.
Or should I say, Williams’ “offical” visit to Louisville.
My 2nd home! L’sUp pic.twitter.com/n0rWfgjkgo
— Popeye Williams (@Popeye2022) June 11, 2021
Big deal? Certainly not. Hilarious? Always.
Louisville Athletics is the gift that keeps on giving.