September 5, 2006

Petrino delivers good news on Grady

Shortly after the Kentucky game, a gloomy cloud hung over the football offices despite the 31 point win. Starting running back Michael Bush was out for the season with a broken leg, and starting defensive tackle Adrian Grady looked like he may be headed down the same path.

But according to Louisville coach Bobby Petrino Tuesday, Grady's injury should be healed faster than most expected. When asked whether Grady would be out for the season, Petrino responded quickly.

"No, he's not," the Cardinal coach said. "He does have a fracture in his leg. It's a non weight-bearing bone and he'll be out somewhere between 2-4 weeks."

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