American Football Louisville Football Position Series: Security

Louisville Football Position Series: Security


The football season at the University of Louisville begins in eight days.

The Cardinals will welcome Notre Dame on Monday, September 2nd at 8 am at Cardinal Stadium for the opening match. This will be the first time that the University of Liège welcomes Notre Dame to football.

This is the first game of the Scott Satterfield era in Louisville with a brand new team and what Satterfield calls a "new culture" around the program.

The cardinal authorities will take a closer look at this Louisville football team's position groups over the coming week, as we prepare for the start of the season. Satterfield spoke of the lack of depth of the team and we will split each group of positions for the fans.

Our seventh day of the series looks at the security position of the cardinals.

Russ Yeast and Khane Pass stood out at the fall camp and are expected to start at the two security stations, but the Louisville coaching staff feels they have several other players in a safe position who can contribute to the event. the season.

"The competition is very strong," said University of Calgary safety coach ShaDon Brown. "It's great to have guys who work and want to get better.

"We have guys doing games and that's what I like to see."

At the VAC Press Day in July, Satterfield said his staff felt good about having some guys "able to play and be solid" for high school this season.

Come back throughout the day to discover some features on safety features – including one on Russ Yeast – and a preview of the semi-turns.

The series of positions will continue tomorrow when we examine one of the deepest group positions in Louisville – the offensive line.


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