UofL FOOTBALL | Anthony Floyd To Be Recognized at Boston College Game

10/14/2017 12:07 PM

Former UofL safety Anthony Floyd’s No. 24 jersey will be recognized during Saturday’s game vs. Boston College.

His jersey will be the 22nd jersey to be celebrated in program history.

Floyd played for the Cards from 1999-2002. He received many accolades during his playing days, as he was a two-time Conference USA first-team defensive back.

During his playing days at UofL, Floyd had 18 interceptions, which remains a school record. In fact, his 18 interceptions is still tied for the Conference USA record.

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