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Following a stellar redshirt freshman season, University of Louisville wide receiver Michaelee Harris missed all of 2012 after suffering a torn ACL during Belk Bowl preparations. Harris recently spoke with Cardinal Authority about the 2012 season and his rehab progress.
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Following Louisville football’s spring session, Brandon Radcliff, is a name we heard quite a bit. The coaching staff speak very highly of Radcliff and appear to be confident in his ability to contribute in 2013. ESPN’s Andrea Adelson lists Radcliff a “First Year Player To Watch” in the AAC.
Brandon Radcliff, RB, Louisville. With Senorise Perry out this spring, Radcliff...
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A player who recommitted to Kentucky's football team posted some messages of a Louisville coach trying to sway him.
The Aaron's No. 55 car will be decked out in Louisville Cardinals national championship commemorative designs for the upcoming Quaker State 400.
You may or may not remember what Louisville Cardinals women's basketball coach Jeff Walz said after a comment that UConn Huskies head coach Geno Auriemma said during the 2013 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament.
So let's refresh your memory:
Auriemma: He wears an Italian tablecloth for a shirt. I was going to hire him for my restaurant.
Walz: This will most...
One of the top targets for Rick Pitino’s 2014 recruiting class is 6-foot-10, 245-pound forward Trey Lyles.
The former Indiana commit was in Louisville over the weekend participating in the Kentucky vs. Indiana Junior All Star Game. Lyles has had Louisville towards the top of his list for quite some time and that doesn’t appear to be changing anytime soon.
The Indianapolis native...
If you were able to get your hands on a ticket for the exclusive Rick Pitino Makers Mark bottle signing that went on sale Monday morning, consider yourself lucky. According to the university, the 700 tickets sold out in just one minute. These tickets were only being sold online through the university’s official website.
Multiple Louisville fans claim that they added the ticket...
Kevin Ware is up and at ‘em.
The Louisville basketball player who suffered a gruesome compound fracture in his leg during the NCAA basketball tournament earlier this year, posted a photo of his scars, as seen below.
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