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According to multiple sources close to the Louisville football program, running back Jeremy Wright is unlikely to return for his senior season. Nothing is official at this point, but the rumors about the Sugar Bowl being Wright’s last game in a Louisville uniform appear to be true.
Wright was a redshirt junior in 2012 and graduated from Louisville in December. He has one more year of eligibility and would need to enroll in grad school classes at Louisville in order to be eligible for his final year. I’m sure this news sounds a little puzzling to some, considering there were no signs of Wright being unhappy at Louisville.
I’m not exactly sure what Wright’s next step will be, but I’ve been told that there is a better chance that he enters his name in the NFL draft rather than transfer to another school to use his final year of eligibility.
When you consider the amount of depth that Louisville has at the running back position, Wright’s decision isn’t terribly shocking. Regardless of wh...
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Charlie Strong and the Louisville football team will host an autograph session this Saturday Jan. 12 from noon-to-2 PM at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium on the concourse.
Charlie Strong and his staff along with most of the 2012 team will be available. Fans can get two items autographed by the players and coaches.
Fans will also be able to get photographs taken with the 2013 AllState...
With his college career coming to an end last week as Louisville defeated Florida in the AllState Sugar Bowl, center Mario Benavides will now focus on his career as a pro.
Benavides has signed with agent Pat Lawlor of Galaxy Sports Advisors in Boca Raton, Florida. Mario has already traveled to Florida and will start training for the 2013 NFL Draft very soon. Galaxy Sports represents...
Tennessee has a steep hill to climb before the Volunteers can fully recover from all their recent setbacks - on an off the field.
Athletic director Dave Hart knows it won't be an easy process.
The Vols have posted three straight losing seasons in football for the first time in a century, and Butch Jones will be Tennessee's fourth coach in a six-year stretch. Hart hired...
The next two weekends are shaping up to be huge for Louisville football recruiting. Jermaine Grace, a 6-foot-2 195-pound outside linebacker from Miramar, FL., is one of the many prospects that is expected to visit Louisville in the month of January.
Miami is the leader for Grace at this point, but Charlie Strong and the Louisville program aren’t too far behind. ESPN & Rivals...
15 games into the 2012-13 season the Louisville Cardinals are 14-1 overall and are ranked No. 9 in the RPI. Louisville’s current strength of schedule ranks No. 22 in the country, but that ranking will likely climb within the next few weeks as the Cardinals are getting ready to hit one of the tougher stretches in their schedule. After the South Florida game tomorrow afternoon...
Since returning to the court for Louisville, Gorgui Dieng is picking up right where he left off, prior to suffering a fractured wrist in November.
Dieng is averaging 11 points, 10.5 rebounds and 3 blocks in his first three games back with the Cardinals.
Those are some pretty impressive numbers for a guy who missed over a month of action. It’s just been three games, but in my opinion...
Rick Pitino shared some pretty surprising news this afternoon as he met with the media to preview Louisville’s match-up with South Florida tomorrow afternoon.
Just two days after announcing that starting forward Chane Behanan would miss seven-to-ten days and possibly miss up to four games with a sprained ankle, Pitino now says he expects Behanan to play tomorrow.
Coach Pitino says...
University of Louisville sophomore Chane Behanan missed one game with a sprained ankle but it appears he will be back in action on Saturday when the Cardinals host South Florida in the KFC Yum! Center. The game is scheduled for 4 p.m. and Cardinal Authority will be courtside for the event.