Petrino picks Will Gardner as Louisville’s starting quarterback

Bobby PetrinoLouisville’s Live betting fans were very excited when they found out that coach Bobby Petrino decided to employ the services of Will Gardner as the team’s starting quarterback for their season’s opening game against Miami taking place on September 1. Price per head agents believe that the Cardinals made a very good decision in picking the sophomore, and local bookies are very eager to see how the player will perform when this game kicks off.

Local bookies saw that last season, Gardner was working as a backup for Teddy Bridgewater, and featured in six games. Price per head agents saw that Bridgewater joined the NFL, and is playing in the ranks of the Minnesota Vikings, becoming a favorite with many Live betting fans.

The Cardnials’ Live betting fans were thrilled to see that Gardner’s exploits include two touchdowns, and he was able to complete 8 out of 12 passes for 112 yards, showing many local bookies just how talented he is in the game.

Price per head agents could see that after a very good spring, Gardner was thought to be the favorite to start at quarterback for the Cardinals, but local bookies knew that in fall camp the player still had plenty to prove. Gardner’s Live betting fans were delighted when the coach said that the player was able to successfully prove himself, as on Sunday night he “demonstrated good decision-making and executed our offense.” Price per head agents were very happy to hear what the coach had to say, and local bookies don’t doubt the player’s abilities in any way.

The Cardinals’ Live betting fans know that the team are now waiting to hear about the status of Devante Parker, wide receiver who on Friday suffered an injury to his left foot in practice. The senior, who local bookies know is a key asset to the team, was set to be evaluated on Monday in Charlotte, North Carolina, by an orthopedic surgeon, and price per head agents know that many