The Louisville football team begins their 2023 season Friday with a matchup against Georgia Tech. For head coach Jeff Brohm, this game will serve as his debut coaching for the Cardinals

Ahead of the game, Brohm is opening up on the nerves he expects to face once the game gets going.

Live and breathe sports?

🚨 Get viral graphics, memes, rumors and trending sports news delivered right to your inbox with the Clutch Newsletter.

“My nerves will be going,” Brohm said. “You want to please a lot of people and get off to a good start. You make sure you're as ready as you can be, but you have to just go out and play and coach and be positive with your players,” via ESPN.

Aside from handling nerves, Brohm also spoke on the approach his team will have going into the first game of the season.

“We want to be aggressive in our approach on both sides of the ball. You have to have enough in your pocket to be able to help your team if you're struggling or get out of a rut and show some things you haven't shown before.”

Jeff Brohm was hired as the Louisville football head coach last December after previous coach Scott Satterfield departed to coach the University of Cincinnati. The job is special for Brohm, who played college football for the Cardinals in the early 1990s. Following his college career as a quarterback, Brohm went on to play seven seasons in the NFL before beginning his coaching journey. Brohm spent his early coaching career taking on various assistant coaching positions for Louisville in the 2000s, but now returns as a head coach for the first time.