Found September 07, 2012 on
The Cardinal Connect:
If you haven’t checked out Pat Doney of WDRB’s latest work, I highly recommend that you do.
Doney is at it again with another phenomenal piece. The video below is a story on Louisville sophomore defensive end Lorenzo Mauldin, who grew up in the foster care system prior to signing with the Louisville Cardinals. Mauldin now considers the Louisville Football program to be his family.
If you’re on your mobile device, click here to watch the video. This is a must see.
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Here is the new Louisville football intro video for the 2012 season. Hats off to Kristen Estes, the creative Director of Video for the University of Louisville Athletic Department. She did a phenomenal job.
Everything about this video is badass, from the Undertaker theme music, sandstorm and of course, last but not least, Charlie Strong’s motivational words. Only 52 hours until...
Louisville commit Kyle Bolin will play in Louisville tonight, as his Lexington Catholic Knights travel 75 miles to take on the Male Bulldogs. Bolin, a 6-foot-3 quarterback has been committed to Charlie Strong and the Louisville Cardinals for over a year now.
Lexington Catholic is 2-1 on the season. Bolin has completed 54 of 95 passes for 626 yards with 5 touchdowns and four interceptions...
Teddy Bridgewater kept No. 23 Louisville's offense clicking Saturday by passing for a career-high 344 yards and two touchdowns, while the defense stifled Missouri State in a 35-7 rout.
Despite a statistical falloff from last week's 19-of-21 effort against Kentucky, Bridgewater still completed 30 of 39 passing attempts. He once again involved others and often, with seven...
University of Louisville senior tight end Nate Nord, injured most of his career, came up with one of the biggest plays of the day during a 35-7 win over Missouri State on Saturday at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium.
Coach Pitino is back with another blog update at RickPitino.com. In today’s post Pitino discusses politics, hoops and preparation.
Below is an excerpt from the post where Pitino discusses the areas of improvement for the team and also what each player has been working in over the summer. Visit RickPitino.com to read the blog post entirely.
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Rick Pitino joined Terry Meiners of 84-WHAS yesterday afternoon to discuss Louisville’s 2012-13 schedule that was recently released. Pitino also talked about Louisville football and his upcoming 60th birthday.