Louisville fired head coach Bobby Petrino earlier this week and with that came a number of rumors as to who the next man in charge would be.

Purdue coach Jeff Brohm has been the hottest name flying around. Everyone in the country saw what the Boilermakers did to then-ranked No. 2 Ohio State a few weeks back.

Brohm has been getting national love. You add to the fact that Louisville, where he played in college, just opened up its job and, boom. You have the perfect rumor.

But Brohm isn’t the only one in the Big Ten being linked to possibly head to coach the Cardinals.

Add Ohio State offensive coordinator Ryan Day to the mix. On Tuesday, Bovada released odds as to who will be the next coach at Louisville:

Brohm is atop the list, to not many people’s surprise. For what it’s worth, Brohm has said that he loves Purdue.

But Day is interesting at No. 3 on Bovada’s list. Say is an assistant at the moment. Taking a head coaching job at a Power 5 school that has had recent success wouldn’t be much of a stretch.

We’ll find out sooner than later who ends up leading the Cardinals in 2019. Bovada thinks there’s a strong chance that the coach will be coming from the B1G.