With semester exams out of the way, tis the season for transfers.
First one out at the University of Louisville is Ryan Mack, the 6-foot-5, 305-pound redshirt tackle from Memphis. He started 12 football games during his sophomore season and six games this year before losing his spot to Aaron Epps, a 6-foot-7, 285-pound redshirt junior.
Shortly thereafter, UofL’s offensive...
Sophomore forward Akoy Agau has played his last game for the Louisville Cardinals and Rick Pitino, according to reports. The news was originally broken by WDRB sports columnist Eric Crawford.
News on the #UofL front: sophomore Akoy Agau is transfering from the program.
— Eric Crawford (@ericcrawford) December 18, 2014
Agau has played a total of 11 minutes this season, and...
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Louisville sophomore forward Akoy Agau will undergo sports hernia surgery on Tuesday morning in Philadelphia, PA.
Agua posted a photo of himself in a hospital bed earlier today via his Instagram account.
“Out in Philly about to go under the knife. About to get fixed up, then waking up and getting a huge Philly cheesesteak.”
Rick Pitino confirmed...
Akoy Agau has only been a part of it for one season, but that’s all the time he has needed to fully understand the magnitude of the Louisville-Kentucky rivalry. The Cardinals’ forward has lived in multiple places around the globe, but he calls Omaha, Neb. home. Recently, he made an appearance on the city’s Sharp and Benning in the Morning radio show, during which he discussed...
Send to KindleLouisville freshman forward Akoy Agau was suspended indefinitely today, per a release from the school.
The 6’8” Agau had appeared in seven games this season for the Cardinals, scoring two points and grabbing seven rebounds. He averaged nearly 13 points a game last season for Omaha Central High School while helping them win their fourth straight Class A state championship...
The University of Louisville announced on Friday afternoon that freshman forward Akoy Agau has been suspended indefinitely from the team.
Rick Pitino and his team have been in Miami since Wednesday preparing for their game tomorrow against Florida International.
No reason was given for the suspension and I highly doubt much more information will be made available to the...