Posted October 19, 2012 on
One of the strong suits for the University of Louisville football team this season has been the offensive line. U of L coach Charlie Strong said the line has been “really good,” and lauded one lineman – senior Alex Kupper. Cardinal Authority has a piece on Kupper, who started his career as a walk-on.
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A good crowd of Louisville fans packed Tumbleweed on the River tonight for the weekly Charlie Strong radio show on 84WHAS.
Coach Strong spent a good majority of the show recapping the Pittsburgh game and previewing South Florida. If you didn’t get a chance to listen, here is a brief recap.
–Strong mentioned the play at the end of the first half against Pitt when Louisville...
Louisville is in the minority of college football teams across the nation that remain undefeated. The Cardinals face USF this weekend and a tough Cincinnati match-up next weekend and still, Rutgers looms at the end of the schedule. CardinalAuthority.com's Jody Demling and Amy Campbell discuss head coach Charlie Strong's success and focus so far this season, and more right here.
Louisville's plan to double up on its ground game has turned out better than the No. 16 Cardinals had scripted.
Splitting carries between running backs Senorise Perry and Jeremy Wright has improved the ground game, which has resulted in a more balanced Louisville offensive attack entering Saturday's Big East Conference game against South Florida.
Perry leads Louisville...
If a receiver is open, Teddy Bridgewater is going to find him. If not, he’s going to pull it in and run for daylight. Puts his team on his back. Whatever it takes.South Florida was shutting down the University of Louisville offense, allowing the Cardinals only 384 total yards for the game. Heralded running backs Senorise Perry and Jeremy Wright could manage only 60 yards between...
To be undefeated seven games into the season is not an easy feat. Regardless of how pretty you look when you do it, how your opponents are viewed, or what conference you are in…undefeated is undefeated. Louisville is likely to get their opponents best shot for the remainder of the season until they are knocked off, and I think that’s exactly what you got Saturday night against...
The University of Louisville survived and stayed undefeated with a 27-25 come-from-behind victory over South Florida on Saturday at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. Teddy Bridgewater hit Eli Rogers on an 11-yard touchdown pass with 1:35 left in the game for the go-ahead score.
Louisville guard Peyton Siva sauntered up to a podium at the front of a room on the ninth floor of the ritzy New York Athletic Club. Before he addressed the Big East men's basketball media day assembly, he unfolded a single blank note card.
"I wrote a very long speech today, as you can see," Siva said, eliciting laughter from the reporters, coaches and fellow players...
Head coach Charlie Strong and his Louisville squad improved to 7-0 on the year and more importantly 2-0 in the Big East. Strong and company have a chance to take a commanding led in conference as they host Cincinnati Friday night.
The Louisville men's basketball team may have surprised a lot of people with it's success last season, but this season things are different. Expectations are high for the Cardinals and junior center Gorgui Dieng says the pressure is good for the team. Dieng shares his thoughts heading into the season right here.
NEW YORK – Peyton Siva was named Big East Preseason Player of the Year, while the league also honored Gorgui Dieng and Chane Behanan. But it was another player that coach Rick Pitino said would be the key to the Cardinals this season.
Finesse Middleton, a defensive end prospect from Gadsden, Ala., verbally committed to Ole Miss in late July. However, his relationship with Charlie Strong has prompted Middleton to visit Louisville at least one more time. CardinalAuthority.com has the latest.