Found June 10, 2013 on The Cardinal Connect:
Darius West, a four star cornerback from Lima Central Catholic High School in Lima, OH., verbally committed to Kentucky on Monday night, West had a scholarship offer from Louisville and had the Cards in his top four. West was reportedly down to Kentucky, Louisville, Wisconsin and Michigan State and planned to announce his decision on May, 30, but decided he needed a little bit more time after picking up more offers. The four-star defensive back took an unofficial visit to Louisville on April 13 and spoke very highly of Charlie Strong and his staff. West was quoted as saying that Strong turning down Tennessee to stay at Louisville made a big impression on him. Louisville’s 2014 class is going to be just fine and may in fact be the best in school history when it’s all said and done. That said, West is a big time talent and would have been a huge addition for the Cards. Mark Stoops landed a good one. One thing I’d try to keep in mind when you see a recruit choose other schools over Lou...

Four Star South Carolina Receiver Visited Louisville On Sunday

Charlie Strong and the Louisville football program welcomed multiple visitors on campus over the weekend. A few of the current commitments visited along with a handful of Louisville’s top targets from the 2014 class. Blake Bone, a 6-foot-4, 175-pound, wide receiver from Woodruff, SC., was one of the higher rated prospects that visited campus on Sunday. Louisville appears to be...

Redshirt Freshman Brandon Radcliff Will Have An Opportunity To Contribute In 2013

Following Louisville football’s spring session, Brandon Radcliff, is a name we heard quite a bit. The coaching staff speak very highly of Radcliff and appear to be confident in his ability to contribute in 2013. ESPN’s Andrea Adelson lists Radcliff a “First Year Player To Watch” in the AAC. Brandon Radcliff, RB, Louisville. With Senorise Perry out this spring, Radcliff...

Louisville Cardinals baseball uniforms inspired by Houston Astros

Not many people look back at the 1970s and 1980s Houston Astros “rainbow stripe” uniforms and think “wow, that look is sharp, we need to be more like those!”  But at least one college team has.  The Louisville Cardinals burst into the Nashville, Tennessee, Superregional  against Vanderbilt with a “shades of red” style uniform that hearkened back to the Nolan Ryan,...

Tickets For The Rick Pitino Bottle Signing Sold Out In Just One Minute

If you were able to get your hands on a ticket for the exclusive Rick Pitino Makers Mark bottle signing that went on sale Monday morning, consider yourself lucky. According to the university, the 700 tickets sold out in just one minute. These tickets were only being sold online through the university’s official website. Multiple Louisville fans claim that they added the ticket...

Jaquan Lyle Will Visit Louisville Today

Louisville target Jaquan Lyle was in Louisville last night participating in the Kentucky vs. Indiana Junior All Star Game at St. Xavier High School. Considering he’s already in town, Lyle will take an unofficial visit to Louisville today. The Evansville native has already taken multiple unofficial visits to Louisville over the past 18-months. The 6-foot-5, 170-pound, combo guard...

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Scratching the head category. The University of Louisville is offering incentives for group ticket sales for the 2013 football season, including: An authentic coach’s sideline polo will be given to groups that buy 200 or more tickets and a Charlie Strong autographed football for groups purchasing 300 or more tickets. A replica Louisville football helmet is available for purchases...
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