Woodsons season starts on bumpy note

The Bluegrass State's top quarterback saw his senior season get off to a bumpy
start Friday in a 43-0 loss to Class 4A defending champion and runaway preseason
favorite Louisville Trinity.

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North Hardin's
Woodson was pressured early and often by the Shamrocks' aggressive
defense, which held him to 112 yards passing on 9 of 17 attempts, intercepted
three passes and recorded eight sacks.
The 6-foot-5, 220-pound Woodson, an Elite 11 camp
participant who has offers from Kentucky, Louisville and Penn State among
others, was placed in a bad position as the Trojans' rushing attack could muster
only 44 yards on 38 carries.
As it stands now, Woodson lists Kentucky, Louisville, West Virginia and Penn State as his top four with the Wildcats leading the pack. Colorado and Clemson are also making a late push.
Trinity was led by junior quarterback Brian Brohm, the
brother of former University of Louisville standout Jeff Brohm, who completed 14
of 16 passes for 187 yards and touchdown passes of 29, 46 and 15 yards. He is
considered one of Kentucky's top players for the Class of 2004.