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Maybe it’s just me, but I think Luke Hancock’s heroic performances toward the end of the last season has resulted in some folks forgetting about Wayne Blackshear. Sure, Wayne was a little inconsistent last season, but he still had some big moments and to be fair, that was basically his freshman season.
Unfortunately for Blackshear, he’s been bothered by shoulder injuries since the McDonalds All American game in 2011. Landing McDonalds All Americans is a big deal for the Louisville program and although we’ve seen some solid performances from Blackshear over the past two years, we haven’t been close to see him tap into his true potential.
That may change this season.
“I’m an older guy now, I’m a junior,” Blackshear said at media day. “I know a lot is expected from me this year.”
Getting over injuries can be tough, not only physically, but mentally as well. Coach Pitino mentioned multiple times over the past two years, that Wayne struggled to recover mentally after having two major sho...
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Shades of the past.
A key player bending, disregarding rules, unable to adjust to college life, treating second chances like green lights, reminiscent of the Derrick Caracter days at the University of Louisville.
Only this time it’s Chane Behanan, a major contributor in UofL’s march to a third national championship last season, providing muscle, experience and reason for optimism...
Send to KindlePer a release from the University of Louisville, junior forward Chane Behanan has been suspended indefinitely from the team.
A preseason All-American Athletic Conference selection, Behanan averaged 9.8 points, 6.5 rebounds, shot 50.7 percent from the field and totaled 54 steals as a sophomore last season while starting 37 games. He was named to the NCAA Final Four...
On Friday, Louisville Cardinals quarterback and Heisman hopeful Teddy Bridgewater will be placed into the national spotlight yet again, when his undefeated squad takes on Central Florida.
Because Bridgewater is expected to go high in the next NFL Draft, perhaps even No. 1 overall, many scouts will be on hand to watch the junior signal caller. This includes one scout, who spoke...
One of the bright spots from American Athletic Conference Media Day was the fact that former Virginia Tech Head Coach and current ESPN analyst Seth Greenberg was pretty much MC’ing the event.
The four letter network has a cast of talented analysts, but Greenberg brings both a great personality and obvious knowledge of the game.
In my opinion, two of the top questions lofted at...
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- Defending national champion Louisville is the coaches' preseason pick to win the inaugural American Athletic Conference title in the Cardinals' lone year in this league.
With three starters back, the Cardinals received nine of 10 votes in the poll released Wednesday before the AAC's media day at the FedExForum. Louisville will join the Atlantic...
As expected, Rick Pitino and the Louisville Cardinal have been picked by the coaches in the American Athletic Conference to finish in first place in their one and only season as a league member.
Nine coaches voted for Louisville as the top team, while UConn received one first place vote. I’m not sure if Pitino wasn’t allowed, or just didn’t want to vote for his own team. Regardless...
Awwwww so cute. And obviously has no link what-so-ever to Teddy Bridgewater, #5 and star quarterback for the Louisville Cardinals. Nope. Everything is on the up-and-up here.
Well at least Louisville wasn’t caught selling merchandise to exploit famously-injured players.
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University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino announced that junior forward Chane Behanan has been suspended indefinitely from the team. Cardinal Authority was at the news conference and has the latest.
On Thursday afternoon it was announced that Cardinals forward Chane Behanan had been suspended by Louisville.
MEMPHIS - The defending national champion University of Louisville basketball team has been selected to win the American Athletic Conference title, while Russ Smith was picked as preseason Player of the Year.
We likely won’t know for sure until right before kickoff if Louisville junior wide receiver DeVanter Parker will suit up and give it a go tomorrow evening against Central Florida. Parker went down with a shoulder injury in the first quarter against Temple on Oct. 5. He didn’t play in last week’s game against Rutgers.
Charlie Strong told the media earlier this week that Parker...
Two seasons ago, Michaelee Harris was one of the leading receivers for the University of Louisville, making spectacular catches on a routine basis.
He returned for a redshirt freshman year in 2011, starting in 12 games, pulling in 37 receptions for 455 yards and two touchdowns. He was one the go-to guys, second only to Eli Rogers with 41 catches. But that was before Harris incurred...
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We’re now midway through the 2013 college football season. Charlie Strong and the Louisville Cardinals are 6-0 and haven’t much of a scare from anyone on the schedule thus far. The defense ranks first in the country in scoring defense and the offense ranks 16th in total yards per game.
Multiple national college football outlets have been releasing...
In mid August, Kendall Randolph, a 5-foot-11, 170-pound, defensive back from Tallahassee, FL., tabbed Charlie Strong and the Louisville Cardinals as the favorites in his recruitment.
As two months have passed, apparently nothing has changed. Randolph says that Louisville is still his favorite school and he’s okay with being quoted on that.
Randolph had initially told...
Head coach Charlie Strong and the rest of the Louisville coaching staff put a premium on the wide receiver position for the class of 2014 and it has paid off in a big way. Louisville has multiple wide receiver's committed for the class of 2014 and one of them is Cameron Polk.