Jeff Brom grew up in Louisville and played four years in Louisville in the early 1990s and returned after finishing his professional playing career to spend six seasons as an assistant coach under the guidance of Bobby Petrino and Steve Cragthorp. His connections with the state and his school history, as well as the success he had as head coach in Western Kentucky and Purdue, made Brom an ideal candidate to replace Petrino, who was fired this month by Louisville.
Brom was reportedly met with sports director Louisville Vince Tyra on Tuesday, and it was even wrongly reported Dan Dakic that Brom would leave Purdue and go to Louisville. Then you can understand why the fans of Louisville were disappointed to learn Wednesday that Brom decided to stay at Purdue, reportedly, after he was given a good fat contribution and some incentives to raise in a compensation package that exceeded the Louisville offer. Disappointment is natural! On the other hand, the challenge due to the threat of an explosion in high school falls far beyond what is usually considered the healthy choice of frustration in sports. Alas:
Trinity officers were notified by the police of the threat to the school because Jeff Brom decided to stay at Purdue.
While the police are investigating that the threat classes have been canceled, and the offices are closed on Thursday, November 29th.
Trinity is a high school in Louisville, and this is the alma mater of one Jeff Brom, who graduated in 1989. It is nice to see that cardinals' fans cope with this coaching search like reasonable people, and they are not at all like penis maniacs. If it was not just the slightest way to get out of the biological exam. Another awful idea!