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Brett Vito of the Denton Chronicle is reporting that Louisville senior defensive back Zed Evans will transfer to North Texas to finish his collegiate career.
Evans is a redshirt junior and has already graduated. He will travel and play with Louisville and is available to play in the Sugar Bowl if needed. Evans will enroll at North Texas for the 2013 spring semester and will participate with the team in spring practice. He will play strong safety for the Mean Green.
The Seagonville, TX., native was a member of Steve Kragthrope’s 2009 recruiting class. He’s played both running back and defensive back since he’s been here at Louisville. Evans saw most of his action on special teams during his career at Louisville.
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A handful of Louisville fans rallied together to raise money for a billboard here in the Louisville metro area. This billboard was put up along interstate-65 earlier this week.
Fans obviously want Charlie to know how much they appreciate his loyalty. This should also serve as a reminder that everyone needs to make it a priority to be in attendance for the Card March.
Mario Benavides' impressive career at the starting center for the University of Louisville has one more game left. The senior recently visited with Cardinal Authority and discussed his time at U of L, being a Rimington Trophy finalist, the Sugar Bowl and more.
Over the last week or two there has been a lot of talk both locally and nationally about Russ Smith. Sitting around doctors offices and on news stands across the country Smith has a featured article in this weeks Sports Illustrated. Some are calling Russ a potential All-American, maybe a Player Of The Year candidate and has even been listed as a potential NBA first round draft...
University of Louisville guard Russ Smith is one of the most exciting college basketball players in the country. His reckless, yet often effective, playing style has driven Cardinals head coach Rick Pitino and fans alike crazy at times. However, the player who Pitino nicknamed "Russdiculous" for his absurd style style of play, is becoming a leading candidate for All-American...
Daniel Hamilton, a 6-foot-7, 175-pound forward from Bellflower, CA., will take an unofficial visit to Louisville next weekend for the Cards game against Kentucky.
Rick Pitino and his staff expect to host a number of high level prospects next weekend, but Hamilton is the first to confirm the visit.
Hamilton is rated as a 4-star prospect by Scout.com and is considered to be one of...
Games against Western Kentucky often provide a measure of how far along a University of Louisville basketball team has advanced during the pre-conference portion of the schedule. However, a 78-55 win over WKU without its two top scorers is not a good indication of much of anything meaningful.
Not normally anyway. But there were definitely some things to get excited about in this...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Russ Smith scored 20 points and fifth-ranked Louisville beat Western Kentucky 78-55 Saturday night for its sixth straight win.
Louisville improved to 11-1 on the season with a 78-55 victory over Western Kentucky.
Russ Smith led the team in scoring with 20 points. In the first half he was benched for not playing “team” basketball. Pitino was heard on the bench saying “So you’re not (bad word) scoring? So what?” and “You are playing no (bad word) defense.” But Russ came back in the second...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - 5th-ranked Louisville cruised to victory over Western Kentucky at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Saturday night. Cardinal Authority was court side and has post game comments from Rick Pitino, Peyton Siva and Wayne Blackshear.