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The No. 20 ranked Louisville Cardinals will travel to play against the South Florida Bulls on Saturday.
Last week Louisville (6-1) saw their perfect season go away with a loss to UCF. They will have to rebound as they play against South Florida (2-4) this weekend on the road.
Coverage of the game between Louisville and South Florida will air on ESPN2 and WatchESPN beginning at 12:00 pm ET from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL.
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The Odds: The Louisville Cardinals are 20.5 point favorites against the South Florida Bulls. The over/under for thsi game is 46.5 total points.
Can Louisville avoid another upset or will USF prove to be too much?
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The expectations are high this season for Rick Pitino and the Louisville men’s basketball program. The Cardinals return nearly 75% of their scoring from last year’s national championship team. However, a couple of key returning pieces haven’t been able to make much of an impact just yet. Junior forward Chane Behanan has been a big presence in the front-court for Rick Pitino...
On Saturday afternoon, Teddy Bridgewater lived up to the hype for the Louisville Cardinals - giving South Florida their first conference loss of the season in Tampa Bay with the score of 34-3 while passing for over 300 yards.
Following the team's first loss of the season, the Louisville Cardinals rebounded well with a dominating 34-3 win at South Florida on Saturday afternoon.
The Louisville Cardinals visit South Florida for a noon kickoff at Raymond James Action. U of L looks to rebound following the team's first loss of the season.
Defense - This week’s standout performer may not be found on paper at games end. Having clearly the strongest season to his career, senior Defensive Tackle Brandon Dunn is often apparent to be a man among boys. Not only is Brandon on pace to crush his career high tackle count of 28, but the things he does on the front line to attract blockers and allow the guys on the outside to...
Several talented prospects will be on hand when the South Florida Bulls host the 20th ranked Louisville Cardinals tomorrow, but who? USFNation.com has all that below.
On Saturday, the 20th ranked Louisville Cardinals dominated the South Florida Bulls - giving them their first AAC lost of the season with the score of, 34-3. Despite the loss, see which Bull received the game ball from USFNation.com
A tedious, methodical dissecting of a team in disarray, putting University of Louisville football back in the win column.
A 34-3 decision over South Florida that goes down as another uninspiring performance, yawn, from a team that isn’t likely to be remembered for anything beyond Teddy Bridgewater’s phenomenal passing. He continued to pad his stats, completing 25 of 29 passes...
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Louisville head coach Rick Pitino was in Owensoboro, KY., tonight to sign copies of his new book.
During his stop in the Western Kentucky town, Cole Claybourn of the Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer briefly caught up with Pitino.
Kentucky Wesleyan, which is located in Owensboro, will be Louisville’s first exhibition opponent of the season as Happy Osbourne...
With the regular season wrapping up in the near future, see which of the South Florida Bulls commitments shined under the lights this week on the gridiron.
TAMPA, Fla. – University of Louisville running back Dominique Brown made the most of his first start this season, rushing for a career high 125 yards as the Cardinals took out South Florida 34-3 in Raymond James Stadium. Cardinal Authority has the latest on Brown’s big effort.
AP Photo: Garry Jones
Although the Louisville football program is coming off of a disappointing loss, senior wide receiver Damian Copeland has had plenty to look forward to this week. He is headed home.
Copeland was born and raised in Bradenton, FL., which is less than an hour from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa where the University of South Florida plays their home games. Multiple...
The third in a series of stories published by Cardinal Authority on individual members of the University of Louisville basketball team. The third installment looks at fifth-year senior Stephan Van Treese.
It may not have been the best performance of the season for Charlie Strong and the Louisville Cardinals, but all in all, there is very little you can complain about after today’s 34-3 win over South Florida.
The Cardinal defense had their worst performance of the season last week against Central Florida, but they bounced back in a major way this afternoon. South Florida had a total...
TAMPA, Fla. – It was quite a homecoming for Damian Copeland on Saturday. Playing less than a half hour away from his hometown, Copeland had a big game for the University of Louisville in a 34-3 win over South Florida.