Three Louisville OL leave program, including Nacho Garcia
The Cardinals confirmed Friday that three offensive lineman have left the program, including part-time starter Nacho Garcia.
A University of Louisville spokesperson confirmed a report Friday that three offensive lineman have left the program.
UL's Rocco Gasparro told the Courier-Journal that rising junior Abraham "Nacho" Garcia and redshirt freshmen Cameron Fraser and Chandler Bridges have asked for and been granted their releases. The news was first reported by The Crunch Zone.
A three-star guard from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., the 6-foot-5, 345-pound Garcia made seven appearances and two starts during the 2013 season but did not return after suffering a knee injury in the Cardinals' Oct. 26 win over South Florida.
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