Found December 16, 2012 on
The Cardinal Connect:
Charlie Strong and the Louisville football program hosted five official visitors over the weekend. The big recruiting weekend led to two commitments from class of 2013 prospects.
Richard Benjamin, a 6-foot-1 prospect from Tampa, Fla., had verbally committed to Louisville via his Twitter account earlier this week after an in-home visit from with Louisville asst. coach Pat Moorer. Because Benjamin hadn’t formally met with Charlie Strong to commit, it wasn’t considered an official commitment until today. Benjamin, a 3-star athlete officially became a part of Louisville’s 2013 class this morning. He played wide receiver, running back and defensive back at Tampa Bay Technical High School. I imagine he’ll be a defensive back for Vance Bedford’s defense.
Brett Nelson, a 6-foot-4 220-pound quarterback from Southwestern Community College in California also verbally committed to Louisville while on an official visit. Nelson was originally a member of the 2011 class and played at St. Francis H...
BEST OF MAXIM
Steve Jones of the Courier-Journal is reporting that Reggie Bonnafon, a junior prospect at Trinity High School could make his college decision within the next month. Charlie Strong and the Louisville Cardinals appear to be the favorite.
Bonnafon is rated as a 3-star prospect and considered to be one of the top dual threat quarterbacks in the 2014 class. He spent most of his junior...
University of Louisville football coach Charlie Strong hosted five official visits this weekend and two gave verbal commitments on Sunday. The latest is junior-college quarterback Brett Nelson, who confirmed with Cardinal Authority.
Alabama and South Carolina were once considered the favorite for Taj Williams, a 6-foot-3 190-pound athlete from Tallahassee, Fla., but Charlie Strong and his staff aren’t going down without a fight.
Williams is rated as a 4-star prospect and has scholarship offers from Alabama, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida State, South Florida, Washington State, Notre Dame, Louisville and...
Louisville is a clear underdog in the Sugar Bowl, but the Cardinals can already claim one major victory over an SEC team this postseason.
Charlie Strong's decision to stay with the school also sets up an intriguing reunion Jan. 2 in New Orleans.
The former Florida defensive coordinator leads No. 22 Louisville against the fourth-ranked Gators, who are looking for their fifth...
Two true freshmen linebackers have played a major role for the University of Louisville defense this season. Keith Brown and James Burgess Jr., have both started games and have come through for the Cardinals.
I hope everyone realizes how big of a win that was for Rick Pitino and the Louisville Cardinals. They fought back from 16-points down in the first half and despite being banged up from top to bottom; they did what they had to in order to win.
Memphis isn’t ranked despite being in the top 15 in the preseason, but that was a talented team Louisville beat today, 87-78. Head coach...
Angel Nunez will be moving on to another basketball program, transferring after the current semester, according to reports.
Nunez arrived at Louisville with a reputation as a shooter but defense comes first for Rick Pitino. Falling short in that department so we never saw much of his offensive prowess.
Pitino said that Nunez had recently suffered a concussion, one of...
Sidelined all season after a concussion, University of Louisville sophomore wing Angel Nunez has opted to transfer. Nunez will leave at the semester break.
Louisville started slow but ended up rallying to beat Memphis 87-78.
The game was built up all week to be less of the rivalry game that Louisville fans remembered and more of a “friendly” rivalry. Well you could tell from the start that wasnt the case, it got very physical, very quickly. To put it in perspective, how many times can you say that every 5 minutes there someone...
MEMPHIS, Tenn. - University of Louisville sophomore Chane Behanan picked a good time to have his best game of the season. The forward has struggled early on but had 22 points and three rebounds to lead the Cardinals from 16 points down in the first half to an 87-78 victory over Memphis at the FedEx Forum.