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Michaelee Harris came to Louisville as one of the top prospects in Head Coach Charlie Strong’s second recruiting class. The 4-Star Wide Receiver out of Miami was rated the 16th best at his position coming out of high school.
Michaelee entered his Cardinal Campaign with a tremendous ability at route-running, great explosion and superb hands. With the Cards losing two of its leading receivers in Scott Long and Trent Guy to graduation, the stud freshman was entering with much hope surrounding his ability to have a potential immediate impact.
Harris’ freshman season (2010) finished with a medical redshirt after sitting out the entire season with an MCL injury. During the redshirt freshman season of 2011 fans got what they thought they would get the previous season. Michaelee finished the regular season starting all 12 games and lead the team in receiving yards at 455 yards on 37 receptions and a three-way tie for 2nd on the team in touchdowns with two.
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Charlie Strong and the Louisville football program check in at No. 8 in Sports Illustrated’s Post Spring Top 25 rankings. Last week ESPN.com tabbed Louisville No. 4 in their preseason rankings.
I’ve always thought that regardless if they go undefeated or not, Louisville will have a tough time being able to play for a national championship. However, if the rankings from Sports Illustrated and...
While I was busy losing money at Churchill Downs on Friday, Louisville head coach Charlie Strong picked up his tenth commitment from the 2014 class. De’Eric Culver, a 6-foot 185-pound cornerback from Tallahassee, Florida has verbally pledged to Louisville.
Culver is rated as a three star prospect and also has scholarship offers from Ole Miss, Kentucky, South Carolina and Mississippi...
Charlie Strong picked up commitment number 11 from the 2014 recruiting class this afternoon.
Jared McCray, a 6-foot-4, 310-pound offensive tackle from Minford, OH., has verbally pledged to become a Cardinal.
Louisville defensive backs coach Tommy Restivo has been recruiting the state of Ohio very hard in the last two weeks. McCray was one of his targets.
Rivals.com ranks McCray as...
Peyton Siva recently picked up some good news in regards to his professional future. The championship point guard has been invited to the 2013 NBA Draft Combine in Chicago, IL. This year’s combine will be held from Wednesday, May 15 until Monday, May 19.
For the last few weeks, Siva has been training in Las Vegas at the Impact Basketball Academy with plenty of other NBA hopefuls...
University of Louisville football coach Charlie Strong and his staff continued its recent recruiting success, picking up another commitment on Tuesday afternoon. The Cardinals 11th commitment in the Class of 2014 is Minford, Ohio, offensive lineman Jared McCray. Cardinal Authority has the story:
On this rainy day at Churchill Downs, even the Rick Pitino karma couldn't help his horse -- Goldencents -- in the Kentucky Derby.
The University of Louisville men's basketball coach was going for the ultimate trifecta after winning the NCAA national title and being announced as a member of the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame on the same day the previous month.
The first four months of 2013 have been pretty magical for Louisville head basketball coach Rick Pitino. In early April Pitino became the first coach to ever win a national championship with two different programs, after Louisville defeated Michigan in the 2013 national title game. The same day the Cardinals cut down the nets, Pitino was also inducted into the Naismith Basketball...
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Four weeks ago tonight, the University of Louisville captured the school’s third NCAA national title with a victory over Michigan at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. U of L coach Rick Pitino didn’t win the Kentucky Derby on Saturday but it’s still been some kind of month for the athletic program. Cardinal Authority looks back.