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On Saturday the No. 21 Louisville Cardinals will host the Memphis Tigers in a match-up of two schools from the American Atheltic Conference.
Louisville (9-1) will be looking to win at home with Memphis (3-6) visiting for the weekend.
Coverage of the game between Louisville and Memphis will air on GamePlan beginning at 12:00 pm ET from Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, KY.
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The Odds: The Louisville Cardinals are a 23 point favorite against the Memphis Tigers. The over/under for this game is 43 total points.
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Rick Pitino briefly spoke to the media following Louisville’s loss to North Carolina on Sunday afternoon. Pitino said he had some concerns of where his team had weaknesses and that their performance against North Carolina confirmed his reason for concern. Here is video from the post-game press conference, courtesy of Steve Andress of WDRB.com
Charlie Strong hopes to send this year's senior class out with a win.
For all the success the Louisville coach has achieved in four years with the Cardinals (9-1, 5-1 American Athletic Conference), he will be seeking his first Senior Day victory when Memphis (3-6, 1-4) visits. Twenty seniors will say goodbye, and it could also be the final home game for junior quarterback Teddy...
Mark Baer – USA TODAY Sports
I think it’s safe to say that Rick Pitino and the Louisville Cardinals got off to their slowest start of the young season this afternoon against Fairfield. The Cards trailed 6-2 at the first media timeout. Fortunately, once shots started falling and their full-court press started to take its toll on Fairfield, Louisville didn’t have much trouble...
Charlie Strong has accomplished quite a bit since becoming the Louisville head coach at the end of 2010. He broke the losing streak to Kentucky, beat West Virginia on the road for the first time in program history, won a game on the road in the state of Florida and got the Cards to their second BCS Bowl game and knocked off SEC power Florida. Coach Strong’s resume speaks for itself...
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Where should we start? Charlie Strong’s first ever recruiting class at Louisville played their final game at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Fortunately, they left with a win. The Cards outlasted Memphis 24-17 and for the first time in school history they’ve had back-to-back seasons with double digit wins.
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The Louisville Cardinals defeated visiting Memphis on Saturday afternoon to improve to 10-1 on the season. Click here for continuing coverage of U of L's victory...
I was born a Louisville fan. I hate inherently hate Memphis. I hate the school, I hate the city, Elvis was a thief, and the Grizzlies should be playing in Louisville. This Saturday the Louisville Football Cardinals are playing the Memphis Tigers in what will be their first meeting on the gridiron as conference foes since 2004. The last time Memphis won the football contest...
Pete Cautilli – The Cardinal Connect
Louisville sophomore forward Montrezl Harrell has been tabbed as one of the biggest breakout players in the country prior to the start of the 2013-14 college basketball season. So far so good for Harrell as he’s averaging 14-points and 9-reboudns per game. He’s had a combined 27-points and 24-rebounds in Louisville’s last two games.
A look at the top 10 programs with the most valuable NCAA basketball players. The Louisville Cardinals top 2012.
North Carolina advanced past Richmond on Saturday in the Hall of Fame Tip-off semifinal. The reward? Playing the defending national champion and No. 3-ranked Louisville Cardinals in Sunday's final. Tip-off at the Mohegan Sun Arena is at 1 p.m. and will be televised by ESPN.
The Cardinals close out their 2013 home schedule on Saturday when they host the Memphis Tigers on Senior Day.
University of Louisville senior linebacker Preston Brown had nine tackles and scored a touchdown off a fumble recovery as the Cardinals downed Memphis 24-17.