Calvin Pryor Held From Memphis Game
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- The Louisville Cardinals played today without starting safety Calvin Pryor.
WHAS 11, the local ABC affiliate in Louisville, broadcasts regional coverage of the Cards when they play at Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium. During the game, the TV broadcast announced that coach Charlie Strong’s decision to hold Pryor from play was not injury related and that coach Strong will discuss more after the game.
Pryor, a junior from Port St. Joe, Florida, has combined for 54 tackles and three interceptions through eight games this season; No statistics were available from the South Florida and Florida International games.
His freshman and sophomore years jointly yielded 143 total tackles, two sacks, seven interceptions and seven forced fumbles. Last year in 2012, Pryor finished 6th in the Big East in total tackles with 100, and 2nd in forced fumbles with five.
Ben Tompkins is an intern and contributing writer for WLXG ESPN Sports Radio 1300. Follow him on Twitter @bennytomp18 and like his page on Facebook, Benny & The Jets.
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