LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -Louisville football coach Steve Kragthorpe says he has no plans on leaving and wants to rebuild the team after its first losing season since 1997.
He said Friday he's not ``a quitter.''
Kragthorpe is 11-13 in two years at Louisville after taking over for Bobby Petrino. Petrino left after leading the Cardinals to the Orange Bowl in 2006.
Louisville began the season 5-2, including an upset of South Florida on Oct. 25. A five-game losing streak followed, culminating in a 63-14 loss to Rutgers on Thursday. It was the team's worst loss in more than 20 years and dropped Louisville to 5-7.

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