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Just six months after his devastating injury during the NCAA tournament, Louisville’s SG Kevin Ware is back, and dunking the basketball. Safe to say everyone is happy to see Ware recovering. With Ware and the return of Russ Smith, the Cards have a preseason Top 3 team.
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Rick Pitino's Louisville Cardinals found a rallying cry during last season's NCAA Tournament when key reserve Kevin Ware fractured his right leg in the Elite Eight matchup against the Duke Blue Devils the slogan "Win For Ware" spread through the team's fanbase as the team made its run through the Final Four.
When the Cards captured the title, the basket was...
We all remember the injury — during Louisville’s Elite Eight matchup against Duke in March, Kevin Ware went out to contest a three-pointer and landed awkwardly. The result was Ware’s shin bone “fully protruding” from his leg, in what ended up indeed being a compound fracture of his leg.
The injury was tough on Ware’s teammates — some were seen crying after the incident...
Kevin Ware acknowledged the long road ahead of him after the gruesome injury he suffered in the NCAA Tournament. And now we finally get to see a sign of Ware’s progress along that long road.
The Cardinal Connect has provided video of Ware dunking with two hands on Monday. Which means things are on the up and up for Ware.
Adidas and Louisville are looking to profit...
Most believed Louisville Cardinals guard Kevin Ware might not ever walk again. However, he is already dunking after horrifically breaking his leg last season.
Tweet There was an unreal amount of support for Louisville Cardinals guard Kevin Ware after he suffered one of the most gruesome leg injuries in the history of nationally televised sporting events while playing in the NCAA Tournament. I have no idea whether or not it was the prayers, support, or just Ware’s work-ethic, but […]
With Rick Pitino losing commitments from two of the top point guards in the 2014 class in a matter of six weeks, some are speculating that Pitino and his staff will start to target other available guards. One name in particular that has been mentioned is Isaiah Whitehead, a 6-foot-4 scoring guard from Brooklyn, N.Y.
Whitehead had been a Louisville target for quite some time, but...
When it comes to Rick Pitino’s 2014 class, one thing we know is that the recently inducted hall-of-famer is desperately looking for a center.
With the recent decommitment from five star guard JaQuan Lyle, Louisville currently has two commitments. Four star guard Shaqquan Aaron and four star forward Jaylen Johnson.
The Louisville staff has actively pursued multiple centers in the...
Louisville head basketball coach Rick Pitino turns 61-years old today. To say that the past year has been a good one for Pitino is an extreme understatement. Let’s take a look back at just how special year number 60 was for the hall-of-famer.
April, 3 - Pitino received confirmation that he would be welcomed with the 2013 class of the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.
In just a little over two weeks, you’ll get your first opportunity to see the 2013-14 Louisville men’s basketball team in action as they conduct the first of three intrasquad Red & White scrimmages. Until then, this photo should give you an idea of what the team looks like. Sure, you already knew the entire roster, but this is a glimpse of what they look like together.
University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino and his staff have been visiting some of their top targets in the Class of 2015. One of those targets is New Williams, a combo guard from Santa Monica, Calif., High School. Cardinal Authority caught up with Williams and has his thoughts on the recruiting process.
Behind the coaching of Charlie Strong and the elite quarterbacking of Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville has emerged from the shadows of a feeble American Athletic Conference and propelled itself into the national spotlight.
Sitting at 3-0, the seventh-ranked Cardinals have gained recognition from across the nation as a potential contender for the 2013 BCS National championship.
Louisville's defense is creating more opportunities for quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and the Cardinals' high-powered offense to get on the field.
Seventh-ranked Louisville (3-0) enters Saturday's game against struggling Florida International (0-3) ranked fifth nationally in third-down defense, having allowed just 10 of 41 conversions (24%). That's a huge drop from...
Louisville junior defense end Lorenzo Mauldin has been named American Athletic Conference defensive player of the week. This is the second consecutive week that a Louisville Cardinal has won the honor. Junior safety Calvin Pryor collected the award last week.
American Conference Weekly Honors
Offensive: UCF QB Blake Bortles
Defensive: Louisville DE Lorenzo Mauldin
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Linebacker James Burgess showed up for Monday’s press conference wearing a T-shirt from his high school years with the Homestead Broncos in Miami.
On back of the shirt is an outline of four fingers with the words: Broncos, Dictate, Intimidate and Dominate.
Not surprising, given the genuflection for football in south Florida...
The University of Louisville football team is getting solid play from a lot of defensive players this season, including Charles Gaines and B.J. Dubose. The two ended last season in Charlie Strong’s doghouse but have been key players this season. Cardinal Authority takes a look at the play of both Gaines and Dubose.