Posted December 25, 2012 on
Louisville head coach Charlie Strong was always a favorite in Gainesville. Whether it was his players or fellow assistant coaches that raved about him, Strong always had multiple people in his corner during his tenure as Florida’s defensive coordinator. The players respected his honesty and openness, and his success at Louisville hasn’t been a surprise to the Florida seniors that played under him.
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Charlie Strong and the Louisville Cardinals are expected to arrive in New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl later this afternoon at 3:45 PM. The team returned to Louisville on Wednesday afternoon following a four-day Christmas break.
The team had a practice session this morning at the Trager Facility before boarding a charter flight to Louis Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans...
A former linebacker in high school, Nick Heuser moved to fullback with the University of Louisville football team to see the field. Since the move, Heuser has become one of the most important players in the U of L rushing attack. He’s also caught a pair of touchdowns during his senior season.
University of Louisville sophomore defensive end Lorenzo Mauldin wasn't sure he would play again this season after suffering a knee injury against Cincinnati. But Mauldin not only got back onto the field but will be one of the key players for Louisville's defense in next week's Allstate Sugar Bowl in New Orleans.
Former Louisville forward Angel Nunez will reportedly visit Gonzaga later this week.
Nunez’s former youth coach, Eric Martinez, tells Adam Zagoria of ZagsBlog.com that he’ll travel west to Spokane, WA., on Thursday and head back on Saturday.
A source very close to Nunez recently told TheCardinalConnect.com that he is currently considering several schools and will take as many...
Louisville junior center Gorgui Dieng is expected to get an x-ray this afternoon on his injured left wrist. Dieng’s last appointment with the doctors at the Kleinert & Kutz hand care center was last Monday.
When Rick Pitino spoke to the media last week he said Dieng’s appointment didn’t go as well as he had hoped, but he also didn’t rule him out for the game against Kentucky...
Wednesday December 26th got better and better for Gorgui Dieng as the day went on. Dieng had an x-ray earlier in the day, which apparently looked good, considering he was able to return to full contact practice for the first time since Nov. 23rd.
After watching Dieng practice this afternoon, Rick Pitino tells Jeff Goodman of CBS Sports that he is 100 percent certain that Dieng will...
Apparently Gorgui Dieng’s x-ray came back positive this afternoon. Rick Pitino tells Jeff Goodman of CBS Sports that Dieng will return to full-contact practice this afternoon. This will be Dieng’s first full practice since Nov. 23.
“We’ll see how it goes today,” Pitino told Goodman. “And then we’ll make a decision.”
I still don’t think we’ll know for sure until...
Louisville sophomore Wayne Blackshear's recent play has many wondering if the former McDonald's All-American has overcome the lengthy process of recovering from multiple shoulder injuries.
Below is an in depth statistical breakdown of Louisville and Kentucky, courtesy of StatSheet.com. Despite Louisville be picked unanimously as the favorite, even without Gorgui Dieng, Louisville and Kentucky somewhat similar statistically.
Stop me if you have heard this before but the South Carolina Gamecocks football team is recruiting Brandon Golson. Yeap, here we go again.
Why this time you ask....Well, the Gamecocks are in need of another linebacker to add to the 2013 football recruiting class as they have lost out on Tommy Sanders recently and Matt Rolin switched his pledge to the Florida Gators. So where...
University of Louisville junior center Gorgui Dieng will return to the lineup on Saturday when the Cardinals take on Kentucky. He's been sidelined with a broken wrist since late November.