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Finesse Middleton, a defensive end prospect from Gadsden, Ala., verbally committed to Ole Miss in late July. However, his relationship with Charlie Strong has prompted Middleton to visit Louisville at least one more time. CardinalAuthority.com has the latest.
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A good crowd of Louisville fans packed Tumbleweed on the River tonight for the weekly Charlie Strong radio show on 84WHAS.
Coach Strong spent a good majority of the show recapping the Pittsburgh game and previewing South Florida. If you didn’t get a chance to listen, here is a brief recap.
–Strong mentioned the play at the end of the first half against Pitt when Louisville...
With their 45-35 win over Pittsburgh on Saturday afternoon, Charlie Strong and the Cards became bowl eligible.Here is where some of the experts predict Louisville will be bowling this season.
Sugar Bowl: Georgia VS. Louisville
Jan. 2, 8:30 p.m. New Orleans, La.
SEC vs. at-large
Orange Bowl: Louisville VS. Florida State
Jan. 1, 8:30 p.m. Miami, Fla.
Louisville is in the minority of college football teams across the nation that remain undefeated. The Cardinals face USF this weekend and a tough Cincinnati match-up next weekend and still, Rutgers looms at the end of the schedule. CardinalAuthority.com's Jody Demling and Amy Campbell discuss head coach Charlie Strong's success and focus so far this season, and more right here.
Ole Miss commit Finesse Middleton, a 6-foot-2 255-pound defensive tackle from Garden City, AL., is expected to take an unofficial visit to Louisville this weekend for the South Florida game.
Middleton committed to the Rebels in July, but looks to be keeping his options open. He does hold an offer from Louisville, but hasn’t appeared to be one of Charlie Strong’s top targets in...
One of the strong suits for the University of Louisville football team this season has been the offensive line. U of L coach Charlie Strong said the line has been “really good,” and lauded one lineman – senior Alex Kupper. Cardinal Authority has a piece on Kupper, who started his career as a walk-on.