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U of L defensive end Lorenzo Mauldin was a difference-maker in the Cardinals 27-25 victory over South Florida. The sophomore, who now leads the team in tackles for loss and sacks, says he's "just working hard."
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For the third week in a row Lorenzo Mauldin is inserted into the starting front four. Mauldin’s performance the previous two games have been the strongest two-game performance thus far for a Louisville defensive lineman. His 3.5 sacks and 4.5 tackles for loss against Pitt & USF far exceed any two game combo of anyone on the Cards roster. If this progress continues, it’s...
ESPN’s College Football bus rolled into Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium this afternoon as the Cards are set to host Cincinnati on the four letter network tomorrow night at 8 o’clock. Charlie Strong stepped inside the bus and recorded a segment for ESPNU’s College Football Daily.
“I say each week it’s gonna’ be like this so just prepare yourself for it.” That was Charlie Strong’s opening statement in the post-game press conference following his team’s 34-31 overtime win against Ohio River Rival Cincinnati on Friday night. Strong’s team moves to 8-0 on the season and 3-0 in conference play. The Cardinals thrilling win helped bring the Keg of...
University of Louisville wide receiver Eli Rogers credits the trust that he and quarterback Teddy Bridgewater have developed since grade school for the opportunity to make the game-winning catch against South Florida.
Rick Pitino was a guest last night on SiriusXM’s “Basketball and Beyond” radio show. During the interview, Pitino went into great detail about how he actually had agreed to become the next head coach at Michigan in 2001, but backed out at the very last minute and decided to take the Louisville job instead.
“The day that I committed to Louisville, I signed an agreement to...
I caught up with Louisville sophomore sharp shooter Angel Nunez on Sunday afternoon at Louisville basketball’s media day. Angel talked a little bit about what he’s been working on in the off-season and how the team is hungry for a national championship after reaching the Final Four last season.
Angel discussed how he’s adjusting to life in Louisville after growing up in...
Our man Chip Cosby of cn|2 Sports recently had a 1-on-1 sit-down interview Louisville head coach Rick Pitino. In the interview Pitino discusses his relationship with Joh Calipari and the rivalry between two schools.
In case you missed Wednesday night’s radio show, here is the podcast. Click here to stream from your mobile device.
We spent a good part of the show discussing the details behind Rick Pitino having a last second change of heart and taking the Louisville job after signing an agreement with Michigan. Where would Louisville be if Pitino didn’t come?
Weekend Locks - Click here to view the latest odds on these Locks and all other weekend sports action! Cincinnati Bearcats @ Louisville Cardinals (-3.5) – Friday 8:00PM Our first weekend Lock comes from the Big East, where the unbeaten Louisville Cardinals host Cincinnati, coming off their first loss of the season. Similarly to our [...]