Corso had high praise for the Louisville head coach.
College football analyst Lee Corso didn't mince words when talking about Louisville had coach Bobby Petrino earlier today.
Corso referred to Petrino as "the best play-caller in college football, no question."
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It's hard to argue with that, as Louisville's offense has been prolific ever since Petrino took over head coaching duties in 2014. Some of the success obviously has to do with the brilliance of Lamar Jackson, but Petrino still deserves a ton of credit.
Last year the Cardinals averaged 42.5 points per game, good enough for sixth best in the nation. They also averaged a staggering 532.7 total yards of offense per game.
The offense's first real test of the season comes this Saturday when the Cardinals take on No. 3 Clemson at home.