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Charlie Strong picked up his 16th verbal commitment from the 2013 class on Sunday evening.
Lyn Clark, a 6-foot 215-pound linebacker from New Orleans, LA., committed to the Cards as soon as he arrived home from his official visit to Louisville over the weekend.
Clark was the only uncommitted prospect to visit Louisville this weekend. He chose the Cards over Louisiana Tech and had previously been committed to Tulane.
The 3-star prospect is considered to be one of the more late bloomers in the 2013 class.
Clark’s scholarship offer count has climbed in recent weeks. He had 111 tackles, 9 sacks, 2 interceptions and forced 9 fumbles during his senior season.
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Jermaine Grace, a four-star 6-foot-2 195-pound outside linebacker from Miramar, FL., is the only uncommitted recruit that Louisville fans should keep an eye on tomorrow. There are a couple of recruits that are already committed that could make the flip to Louisville, but Grace decided to hold out until tomorrow. He’ll decide between Miami and Louisville.
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O.P. Walker (Algiers, LA) outside linebacker Lyn Clark made the late-night call to Louisville head coach Charlie Strong...
If you missed Monday night’s edition of Inside The Press Box, here is the podcast. Click here to view from your mobile device.
I spent most of Monday’s show talking about Super Bowl commercials and recapping Louisville’s big win over Marquette. Have the Cards turned the corner? Plenty of callers shared their thoughts. I also talked about Charlie Strong’s newest football commit.
Rick Pitino and the Louisville Cardinals had a surprise visitor yesterday afternoon as they defeated No. 25 Marquette 70-51 at the KFC Yum! Center.
Trey Lyles, a 6-foot-10 235-pound power forward from Indianapolis was in attendance yesterday for an unofficial visit.
Lyles is rated as a 5-star prospect and is considered to be one of the top overall players in the 2014 class. He was...
Less than five minutes after his Louisville team had defeated Marquette 71-50, a relieved Rick Pitino showed up in the press room wearing a brown plaid shirt and dark pants.
“I really didn’t want to wear the white suit today, I was ready for a change,” he said, adding that he had been warned by his wife, his niece and daughter that not wearing the suit would be bad luck. So...
It was a slow start for the Cardinals as they trailed Marquette 1-9 and didn’t score a field goal in the first four minutes of the game. However, Rick Pitino’s team used a huge run midway through the second half to pull away for good, winning 70-51 against the Golden Eagles.
After missing a few easy baskets to start the game, Louisville found their stride on both ends of the...
Peyton Siva played 38 minutes and was whistled for only one personal foul. Yes, only one.
Louisville played nine guys 14 or more minutes, but only four played more than 20 minutes. That much sharing of minutes and this team should never get gassed.
Cards shot just under 52% against the Golden Eagles for they’re second highest performance in conference play and third highest...
On a day when Rick Pitino broke out his white suit and the marketing department called for a white out, the Cardinals played a great game in route to a 70 to 51 victory.
The last time that Marquette was in the Yum! Center, Louisville had one of the most miraculous comebacks in series history. Luckily this one wasn’t as close and a major contributing factor was the play of Russ...
With the Super Bowl in the books, football fans must survive a long dry spell between games.
Now it’s officially wait-till-next-year time, with the diehards holding their breath for National Signing Day on Wednesday, hoping the incoming class will fill the gaps between expectations and disappointment from the past season.
Understandably, University of Louisville football fans remain...