"Jackson has no shot at playing quarterback in the NFL. None," he said. "He can't make the throws and can't read coverages. He's not going to have a chance."
Fast forward to Saturday's Louisville media day where Jackson said he thinks he solved the mystery of what coach had the negative scouting report on him.
The Demon Deacons held Jackson to a season-low 145 yards passing in the Cardinals 44-12 win, but the speedy pivot torched his opponent on the ground with 188 yards rushing.
This situation isn't the only time Wake Forest and Louisville are being mentioned together, as the two schools were also the main players in the WakeyLeaks scandal that led to Cardinals assistant Lonnie Galloway's suspension. Galloway accepted information on the Demon Deacons' game plan from one of the team's radio analysts prior to their meeting last November.
The two schools square off in Winston-Salem on Oct. 28 this season.
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