Found November 30, 2012 on
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If there is one thing I absolutely love about covering college football, it is getting a chance to head down to the field for the final moments of a game and witnessing the raw emotion that comes from the thrill of victory. Thursday night I got a chance to do that as Louisville topped Rutgers to win the Big East’s automatic BCS berth, in all likelihood.
Here is how I saw the final moments of the 20-17 Cardinals victory unfold from field level. Some of the video may look a little rough but I managed to do what I could with my trusty little Kodak Zi8 Pocket Video Camera.
The jubilation of a conference championship is great to see and one of the best things about covering sports I would have to say. On the flip side of it all though is the agony of defeat.
Rutgers opened up their doors to the media following the game and I decided to step inside locker room to see what some players had to say. Wide receiver Brandon Coleman, who caught one of the long touchdowns for Rutgers in the fir...
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Did Louisville head football coach Charlie Strong interview for the vacant HC job at Auburn? Strong denied contact with the school, but Charles Goldberg of al.com claims otherwise.
"The conversation took place in the last two days
with someone representing Auburn, AL.com has learned, according to
someone familiar with the process. The conversation may have been by...
Following Louisville’s win over Rutgers on Thursday night, Charlie Strong finally spoke on the record regarding the rumors that he has interviewed for the Auburn job. Coach Strong had some pretty strong words for the media. Pun was absolutely intended there.
Just 12 hours after this post game news conference, multiple Tennessee media members reported that Strong interviewed in...
Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater came into Thursday night's season finale against Rutgers with one good arm, one good leg, a conference championship on the line and no idea if he was even going to be able to play.
Fortunately for the Cardinals, their sophomore leader willed himself onto the field against the Scarlet Knights in the de facto Big East championship game...
Louisville will start Will Stein at quarterback, but injured starter Teddy Bridgewater is expected to play against Rutgers.
Bridgewater is nursing a broken left wrist and sprained right ankle from last week's loss to Connecticut. He warmed up before Thursday night's game. He was wearing a long-sleeved white undershirt and no cast could be seen on his broken arm.
Banged-up Teddy Bridgewater came off the bench to throw two-second half touchdown passes, and John Wallace kicked a 29-yard field goal with 1:41 left to send Louisville to the BCS with a 20-17 victory against Rutgers on Thursday night.
In a game between one team headed to the Big Ten and another bound for the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Big East handed out its second-to-last...
It's been an eventful couple of days in Louisville, Kentucky.
Wednesday the Cardinals accepted an invitation to the ACC. The next day Louisville wins the Big East Conference championship defeating Rutgers 20-17.
Here's a game report including sound with Teddy Bridewater from WDRB-TV.
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Louisville's Zach Price and Stephan Van Treese a week ago spent most of the game watching their teammates play.
Now they're holding down the middle for the No. 5 Cardinals (5-1).
With starting center Gorgui Dieng sidelined until January with a broken left wrist he suffered eight days ago, the two reserves are getting extended minutes.
Price and Treese enter Saturday'...
WHAS11 caught up with Rick Pitino last night at his radio show to get his thoughts on Louisville joining the ACC. Pitino says the move is huge for the fan-base. Click here to view from your mobile device.
The Louisville Cardinals wrapped up a share of the Big East title on Thursday after knocking off the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, 20-17, in Piscataway. The win also assuredly punched their ticket to a BCS game by way of a tiebreaker. This coming on the heels of the news on Wednesday which announced that Louisville had accepted an invitation to join the ACC beginning in 2014.Well, as...
University of Louisville junior center Gorgui Dieng had surgery earlier this week on his left wrist after breaking the scaphoid bone. U of L coach Rick Pitino has an update on Dieng and when he could return.
When the Big East released its 2012 schedule, many circled the Nov. 29 date between Rutgers and Louisville as a matchup that could decide the...
University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino said a move into the Atlantic Coast Conference wouldn’t affect the way his staff recruits. But several U of L recruits said they are excited about playing in the new league. Cardinal Authority has a story looking at the men’s basketball program and the move.