Episode No. 29: Stefan LeFors, HS Football Coach/Former Louisville QB


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The guest here is Stefan LeFors; he’s currently the coach of Christian Academy’s (HS) football team, in Louisville — although you potentially best remember him as the QB of the Louisville Cardinals around 2003-2004. Between those two years, they went 20-5, including 11-1 in 2004.

In this interview, he talks about aspects of football at different levels, including some of the coaches he’s worked with, such as John L. Smith and Bobby Petrino (he does talk about the Petrino “traitor” stuff, too).

If you’re interested in some background aspects to the game of football, it’s an interesting convo.

In the interview, we reference this John L. Smith clip (Smith was coaching MSU at the time, and not Louisville, but it still gives a good idea of his personality):

If you forgot how solid LeFors was in college, here’s some more reference material for you:

Thanks for listening — we’ll be back on Monday (March 5) with a new episode.


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