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Wayne Blackshear missed one game and left another early because of a reoccurring shoulder injury. But the University of Louisville sophomore said after Sunday’s game that his shoulder is just fine, and his game is sure improving. Cardinal Authority has an update on Blackshear’s progress.
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Louisville is currently alone in second place in the Big East with a 9-4 record. Syracuse, Georgetown and Marquette are currently ahead of the Cards with a 9-3 record. Fortunately for Louisville, their remaining schedule appears to be slightly less tough than all three teams ahead of them in the standings. With Syracuse and Georgetown currently holding the tie breaker over Louisville...
One is confident that Rick Pitino will share with us someday soon what he told Kevin Ware when he reinstated him on the University of Louisville basketball team seven games ago.
Don’t want to second guess what he told the sophomore guard, but it may be working, certainly was Sunday.
UofL trailed 11-8 when he entered the game against South Florida at the 15:33. Ware would connect...
Rick Pitino was in Florida on Tuesday to see Louisville signee Chris Jones of Northwest Florida State Junior College. Jones’ team closed out their regular season with a 56-55 win over Tallahassee Community College, despite being down 19-points at halftime. Jones shared this picture on his Instagram account following the game.
Jones led NWF to a 25-2 overall record and a 11-2 record...
TAMPA, Fla. - Sophomore guard Kevin Ware is starting to become a key role player for the University of Louisville men’s basketball team. Cardinal Authority has a story on Ware’s position change and his recent improvement.
VillenHD made his rivalry week return with a nice mix from Louisville’s win at South Florida on Sunday. Louisville may have had more dunks against South Florida than any other game this season. Make sure you watch at the very end when Rick Pitino is shown shaking hands with the USF mascot and telling him good game.
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TAMPA, Fla. – University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino called Sunday’s 59-41 victory over South Florida one of his team’s best efforts of the season. Pitino was excited about the Cardinals’ focus on defense and passing and also encouraged by Russ Smith’s play. Here are some thoughts from the game:
There has never been any question that the Louisville Football Program’s primary recruiting pipeline has been focused on the state of Florida while also having some great success in Georgia and Ohio. According to Rivals recruiting service, Charlie Strong and his staff have at this point extended offers to 20 4-Star prospects and one 5-Star prospect for the class of 2014. Of those...