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The running game at the college and pro level isn’t what it used to be. Having the best ball carrier in the country is still a valuable asset, however the most successful ground attacks usually come from those who have a strong tandem or running back by committee system.
Entering the 2013 season, Louisville was thought to have a very deep backfield with Senorise...
ORLANDO, Fla. – Heading into the Russell Athletic Bowl against Miami, the University of Louisville football team will try to establish the running game. The Cardinals have been solid with Dominique Brown and Senorise Perry leading the way this season in the rushing attack.
It will be a homecoming on Thursday night for University of Louisville junior running back Dominique Brown when the Cardinals play at Cincinnati. Brown is the leading rusher for the Cardinals and was once committed to Cincinnati. Cardinal Authority checks in with the former Cincinnati Winton Woods standout.
Dominique Brown ran for a career-high 137 yards and two touchdowns, including the go-ahead score in the third quarter, and No. 19 Louisville held on to beat Houston 20-13 on Saturday night.
Listless on both sides of the ball and trailing 13-10 at halftime, Louisville turned to Brown, who carried 11 times in the third quarter for 50 yards and a touchdown run. Brown finished with...
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November 16, 2013
Dominique Brown is flourishing at Louisville after adjusting to a number of twists and turns.
The former high school quarterback shifted to running back as a Cardinals sophomore and wound up as the team's No. 2 rusher. Then came last year's knee injury that caused Brown to miss the season when he was projected to be a major contributor.
Now, Brown has become the lead ball...
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November 14, 2013
TAMPA, Fla. – University of Louisville running back Dominique Brown made the most of his first start this season, rushing for a career high 125 yards as the Cardinals took out South Florida 34-3 in Raymond James Stadium. Cardinal Authority has the latest on Brown’s big effort.
Senorise Perry and Dominique Brown are working to reclaim their places in Louisville's ground game while welcoming former Auburn tailback Michael Dyer to the fold.
Both veterans are aiming to prove they're healthy enough to be the starting running back after knee injuries. Their returns are crucial to providing balance to Louisville's high-powered offense led by junior...
The 2013 College Football Season is just 45 days away, which means the preseason award watch lists are being released daily. Louisville has already had multiple players named to numerous different watch lists and on Thursday morning two more Cardinals received the preseason honor.
Louisville running backs Senorise Perry and Dominique Brown have been added to the initial watch list...
It’s hard to argue that Dominique Brown wasn’t the most impressive player on the field at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Teddy Bridgewater and D’Vante Parker were both impressive as well, but Brown may have stood out more than anyone else. That is probably due to the fact that Louisville fans haven’t seen him since the 2011 season when he led the team...
When asked about the status of junior running back Dominique Brown on his radio show, Charlie Strong says it’s unlikely that Brown plays on Saturday against North Carolina. Brown, Louisville’s leading rusher in 2011 has missed the first two games for the Cardinals due to what is being described as a “tender knee.”
Brown’s injury wasn’t known until after Louisville’s...