Found September 27, 2013 on
The Cardinal Connect:
Carlton Bragg, a 6-foot-8, 195-pound, power forward from Cleveland, OH., will be in Louisville this weekend for the 2013 John Lucas Midwest Invitational Camp.
While in town, Bragg will be taking an unofficial visit to the University of Louisville, per his AAU coach. Bragg will also take a trip to Lexington to visit Kentucky while he’s in the area.
Bragg is considered to be one of the top overall players in the 2015 class. ESPN ranks the Cleveland native as the tenth best player in the country. He doesn’t currently have a scholarship offer from Rick Pitino, but he’s definitely on the Louisville staff’s radar.
Indiana, Illinois, Ohio State, West Virginia UCLA and Michigan State have all offered scholarships. North Carolina, Duke and Kentucky are all showing interest.
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My, how time flies. Just yesterday, April 8th, the Cardinals were cutting down the nets in the Georgia Dome, celebrating with fans, family, friends and teammates at the KFC Yum! Center.
Rick Pitino, Tom Jurich, Jim Ramsey making speeches...
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Michael Dyer is one of them; of course he wasn’t actually brought into the collegiate ranks by Louisville. The Arkansas native started his career at Auburn before transferring here over the summer.
Freshman wide receiver James Quick...
According to Rivals.com, the Louisville football program will receive a visit from five star defensive end Chad Thomas this weekend.
Thomas is currently committed to Miami, but is still taking visits. The 6-foot-5, 280-pound prospect is considered to be one of the best defensive ends in the country.
Charlie Strong and his staff have been pursuing Thomas for quite some time...
University of Louisville head coach Charlie Strong attended a ribbon cutting ceremony for a new Planet Fitness on Thursday morning, where it was announced the new business has donated $3 million towards the expansion of the Howard Schnellenberger Football Complex.
We all know the UPS party deck, right? The large platform at the top of the south end zone specifically designed for fans to congregate, mingle, and come together during UofL football games. It is also a great way to attract new people who may not have the attention span to sit through an entire game, but still want to join in on the celebration of Louisville...
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The University of Louisville announced on Thursday morning that they’ve received a substantial donation from franchise. Planet Fitness, a local health club brand has donated $3 million toward expansion of the Howard Schnellenberger Football Complex at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium.
“I’m extremely grateful to receive this major gift from the Kueber Family...
Chinanu Onuaku is the lone top 100 center prospect from the 2014 class that is still seriously considering Louisville. Onuaku was on campus for an official visit on Sept. 1 and has had Louisville high on his list ever since. He was scheduled to take an official visit to Indiana this weekend, but decided to cancel earlier this week.
Louisville and Miami are the...