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LOOK: Louisville football prints typo on “offical” visit recruiting materials

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.

Big deal? Certainly not. Hilarious? Always.

Louisville Athletics is the gift that keeps on giving.

Article written by Jack Pilgrim

Follow me on Twitter: @JackPilgrimKSR

15 Comments for LOOK: Louisville football prints typo on “offical” visit recruiting materials



  1. mashman 93
    4:39 pm June 12, 2021 Permalink

    lol!!!!



  2. GoCatz
    4:39 pm June 12, 2021 Permalink

    It’s like they’ve just stopped trying



  3. EastKY-BlueBlood
    4:59 pm June 12, 2021 Permalink

    It has got to the point of just a big mix of cringy and sad!!!



  4. Bluenblood
    5:10 pm June 12, 2021 Permalink

    Looks like cards for gambling, a pack of matches for his blunts and eyedrops. Looks like great college life at the Ville



  5. Condo1122
    5:18 pm June 12, 2021 Permalink

    At least someone thinks Luke McCaffrey is a star



  6. makeitstop
    5:56 pm June 12, 2021 Permalink

    Tennessee and UL competing for the biggest sh!t sandwich award could last for 100 years and not get old! Keep ’em coming “ville.” It’s offical, u pulled ahead.



  7. Swizzle
    6:50 pm June 12, 2021 Permalink

    Just pitiful



  8. OCCATATTACK93
    7:08 pm June 12, 2021 Permalink

    Classic Ville



  9. neat1ky
    7:16 pm June 12, 2021 Permalink

    Wouldn’t be surprised if Williams doesn’t opt for IU with all the mess going on



  10. T-Town Cat
    7:39 pm June 12, 2021 Permalink

    I’m surprised this wasn’t caught. All UL grads know it’s spelled “ofishial”.



  11. Stop Hammer Time
    9:51 pm June 12, 2021 Permalink

    Unfortunately, a lot of our fans wouldn’t know it was misspelled had it not been pointed out.



  12. Rixter
    12:56 am June 13, 2021 Permalink

    If you look at the ‘ticket’, or whatever that is in the bottom right corner, they misspelled official a second time!
    And why does it say ‘belief’ at the bottom? Were they going for ‘believe’? I’d say 3 strikes, and you’re out!



  13. Ryan Lemonds Toupee
    9:22 am June 13, 2021 Permalink

    KSR writers being the grammar police is friggin’ hysterical



    • friendsofcoal
      10:14 pm June 13, 2021 Permalink

      Big difference in a message board article and print material for recruits.



  14. WildcatsfaninGA
    11:00 am June 13, 2021 Permalink

    The wheels just keep coming off at the ‘ville. Couldn’t happen to a better program. Except maybe Tennessee.