Originally written on The Cardinal Connect  |  Last updated 11/18/14
Charlie Strong and the Louisville Cardinals are expected to arrive in New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl later this afternoon at 3:45 PM. The team returned to Louisville on Wednesday afternoon following a four-day Christmas break. The team had a practice session this morning at the Trager Facility before boarding a charter flight to Louis Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans. The Florida Gator Football team has already arrived and head coach Will Muschamp is set to speak to the media at any moment. Charile Strong will address the media later today once the Cards arrive. According to Louisville SID Rocco Gasparro, the team is scheduled to practice on Friday (Dec. 28) and Saturday (Dec. 29) at the Superdome, on Sunday (Dec. 30) at the New Orleans Saints Practice Facility and on Monday (Dec. 31) back inside the Superdome. I won’t arrive in New Orleans until Monday Dec. 31st, but I’ll still be keeping you folks updated as best I can until early next week
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