Last week we found out that Michael Dyer, former Auburn running back, would be joining the Louisville Cardinals. If you haven't been paying attention, Dyer was dismissed from both Arkansas State and Auburn for issues with the law. On Friday, to prove that he's ready to stay out of trouble, Dyer promised Louisville head football coach Charlie Strong that he wouldn't possess a weapon while at Louisville.
Today, during Louisville's football press conference, Strong announced another tactic he's using with Dyer. Dyer will sign a behavioral contract.
Here's the video -- Strong addresses the contract around 1:55.
It looks like Strong is trying his best to keep Dyer in line while he's a Cardinal -- probably a good move.