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After having arguably the best performance of his career, Louisville forward Chane Behanan is expected to miss the Cards Big East opener against Providence tomorrow night.
Coach Pitino told the media earlier this afternoon that Behanan, along with redshirt freshman Mangok Mathiang are battling the flu. “We’re a little under the weather right now, and our practices have not been good,” he said. “I hope it’s not a long bug.”
Behanan had 20 points and 7 rebounds against Kentucky on Saturday. He is averaging 11.5 points and 7.5 rebounds per game this season. Freshman Montrezl Harrell is expected to start in his place.
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Louisville coach Rick Pitino isn't worried about a letdown after the big victory over Kentucky.
That's because the No. 4 Cardinals (12-1) have something to prove in Wednesday's Big East Conference opener against Providence (8-4).
Louisville's 90-59 loss at Providence last January was the Cardinals' worst of the season. Pitino credits the Friars for playing well...
During his pregame press conference on Tuesday, Louisville head coach Rick Pitino explained that the Cardinals are battling the flu bug. Sophomore Chane Behanan was described as "doubtful" for the team's Big East opener against Providence on Wednesday
NEW ORLEANS -- Florida fans clearly didn't want to be here, and their team responded in kind.
In the biggest surprise of the college football bowl season and the largest upset in Sugar Bowl history, Louisville and their outstanding quarterback Teddy Bridgewater stunned the Gators 33 -23 in a game that wasn't as close as the final score indicated. In so doing, the Cardinals...
Russ Smith scored a game-high 23 points and No. 4 Louisville shot 53 percent to run away from Providence 80-62 on Wednesday night in the Big East Conference opener for both teams.
Charlie Strong led his Louisville team to a very convincing 33-23 win over Florida in the BCS Sugar Bowl on Wednesday night, and everyone wanted to give their congrats to Charlie. Following the game the Florida state trooper who was escorting Florida coach Will Muschamp to mid-field slyly gave Charlie a dap. You have to love it.
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In week nine of both college basketball polls, the 12-1 Louisville Cardinals come in at No. 4. The Cards were ranked No. 4 last week in the AP Poll, but dropped one spot from 3-to-4 in the Coaches Poll.
Arizona and Louisville were tied at No. 3 last week, but the Wildcats jumped head of the Cards this week. Duke, Michigan and Arizona are your top three and are the only three teams...
Derek Self was a four-year star while pitching for the Louisville Cardinals. The Kentucky native went a combined 19-5 and sported a 3.43 era in 215 plus innings for the Cardinals. The following are the major awards he picked up while in college:
2012 Third Team All-BIG EAST
NCBWA Stopper of the Year Watch List
2009 Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American
Charlie Strong opened up his final press conference before the Sugar Bowl by thanking all of the folks involved with the event for their hospitality. Strong says he and his team are very grateful to be participating.
Strong says this game is the first game to prepare for next season. He called it a measuring stick for his program.
During the long layoff, going five weeks without...
I’m honestly at a loss for words. I thought the Cards had a chance, but what we saw tonight isn’t at all what I expected to see. Louisville was clearly the best team on the field and it really wasn’t close. Charlie Strong’s team was prepared and executed the game plan flawlessly.
It should go without saying, but this was easily the biggest win in Louisville football history...
NEW ORLEANS - University of Louisville football coach Charlie Strong met with the media on Tuesday morning at the Marriott RiverWalk in New Orleans. Strong will guide the Cardinals into the Allstate Sugar Bowl on Wednesday in the Superdome.
No doubt, whatsoever. The biggest win in University of Louisville football history, this 33-23 win over fourth-ranked Florida in the BCS Sugar Bowl.
Vegas odd makers losing big on U of L, not giving any credit for heart, ambition or desire. The Cardinals don’t roll over for anyone. The higher the stakes the bigger the chip on the shoulder. Hey, this is serious business, the...
NEW ORLEANS, La. — The matchup was always a possibility when the brothers picked their schools, but it never seemed likely. Offensive guard Kamran Joyer began his collegiate career at Louisville while younger brother Hunter decided to take the reigns of the fullback position at Florida. A game between the Big East and Southeastern Conference schools wasn’t likely, but it will...
NEW ORLEANS – Jeremy Wright has becomes the featured guy in the backfield for the University of Louisville since Senorise Perry suffered his injury against Syracuse. Wright has over 1,000 all-purpose yards heading into the Allstate Sugar Bowl game on Wednesday when the Cardinals face Florida.