I was checking out Adam Rittenberg's blog over at tWWL and ran across this.
As you can see, we'll have to deal with a Petrino.
Paul Petrino, most recently the offensive coordinator at Arkansas, takes the same job in Champaign. Petrino served as offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach at Louisville from 2003-06 before following his older brother Bobby to the Atlanta Falcons and then to Arkansas. Though the move from Arkansas to Illinois might seem a bit odd, Paul Petrino now will get to call his own plays (Bobby handled the Razorbacks' play-calling duties).
For those who need a reminder of what Paul can do as an OC give the a read.
In case you've forgotten -- it feels like eons ago for U of L fans -- the Cardinals lit up the sky and the scoreboard from 2003-07. Louisville's offense ranked in the top 10 nationally in all five seasons, leading the nation in 2004 (539 ypg) and ranking second in 2006 (475.3 ypg).
For those of us who were hoping to have The Zooker Incompetence around for the next few years, lets just hope no reasonalby gifted QBs decide to go to Illinois.