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The Kragthorpian Theorum

We don't much about this Steve Kragthorpe fellow, other than that Louisville fans are holding him responsible for the end of civilization (i.e. loss to Kentucky). But it's just become clear that he's going to be a great source of material for years to come (assuming they don't lose to Kentucky again next year).

We may have the "Gee Shucks, Everything's Fine, We'll Just Keep Truckin'" ball coach, but apparently Louisville's got themselves one of them "Every Opponent We Play Is The Most Dangerous Team In The Country" coaches.

Case and point:

"We've got to get back off the mat and get ready to play a Syracuse team that is very, very dangerous and very sound on the defensive side of the ball. They bring pressure from a lot of different angles and they have a variety of fronts. On the offense side of the ball I think the QB is playing more efficiently every time he plays, and they have some big-play guys on the outside. So, we've got a challenge."

Someone needs to break the news to Kraggers that the Syracuse game film he's been using is from 1998.