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On Wednesday, ACC presidents and chancellors voted to add Louisville as their 14th football school, replacing Maryland which left last week for the Big Ten. The news was first reported by ESPN.com. Here is part of the report: Louisville will join the Atlantic Coast Conference, becoming the sixth former Big East school to leave for the ACC, sources told ESPN. The ACC's presidents and chancellors voted to add the Cardinals Wednesday morning to replace Maryland, which will leave for the Big Ten in 2014. Louisville is expected to join the ACC in the same season, sources said. Big East rules require a $10 million exit fee and 27 months notice, but the Cardinals -- like several schools before them -- should be able to negotiate a higher buyout to leave before the 27-month period. The move fortified ACC in the ever-evolving college realignment shuffle, while also serving as another death blow to the Big East. First for the ACC, the conference needed to add another ...
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Did Louisville head football coach Charlie Strong interview for the vacant HC job at Auburn? Strong denied contact with the school, but Charles Goldberg of al.com claims otherwise.
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with someone representing Auburn, AL.com has learned, according to
someone familiar with the process. The conversation may have been by...
Charles Goldberg of AL.com, a Birmingham Alabama newspaper reported earlier this evening that Charlie Strong has interviewed at Auburn to be their next head coach. Goldberg claims a source familiar with the process says the interview happened within the last two days.
Within an hour of this article being published online, Charlie Strong was on the phone with multiple media membersâ...
Tom Jurich met with the media this afternoon to discuss Louisville leaving the Big East to join the ACC. This is huge news for Louisvilleâ€™s entire athletic program, but football is the one sport that needed to get out of the Big East as soon as possible.
As you can expect, media members asked Jurich how Louisville football coach Charlie Strong reacted to the news. Jurich said he...
Louisville will start Will Stein at quarterback, but injured starter Teddy Bridgewater is expected to play against Rutgers.
Bridgewater is nursing a broken left wrist and sprained right ankle from last week's loss to Connecticut. He warmed up before Thursday night's game. He was wearing a long-sleeved white undershirt and no cast could be seen on his broken arm.
In recent months, thereâ€™s been plenty of talk about University of Louisville football coach Charlie Strong being a hot coaching name in college football. Strong, in his third season at U of L, has been mentioned for several job openings. But will U of Lâ€™s move into the Atlantic Coast Conference keep Strong around?