James Quick with questionable effort on Louisville’s final play

Clemson outlasted Louisville in a thriller on Saturday night in Death Valley 42-36, with the key play coming on a 4th-and-12 stop with 33 seconds left. On 4th-and-12, the Cardinals had one play to either take the lead or extend their drive. Lamar Jackson threw a pass to James Quick, who really seemed to give a shoddy effort as he got pushed out of bounds a yard shy of the first...
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October 02, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Louisville wide receiver catches pass with his...knees?

Who needs hands to haul in a long pass? Louisville receiver James Quick sure doesn’t. He hauled in a pass Saturday against Florida State using his knees, taking it 44 yards. Just watch this magnificent reception. Lee Corso can't believe James Quick just made vs his Noles pic.twitter.com/gyvSrGEjmA — Greg Brookey (@bigbrook) September 17, 2016 The improbable grab set up...
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September 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Watch: Lamar Jackson hits James Quick for 72 yd TD on 1st play of game

Louisville got things started very quickly against Syracuse on Friday night as Lamar Jackson and James Quick connected on a 72 yard TD pass to give the Cardinals a very quick 7-0 lead. Lamar Jackson! https://t.co/S9GGoUtxVD — Kevin Causey (@CFBZ) September 10, 2016 The post Watch: Lamar Jackson hits James Quick for 72 yd TD on 1st play of game appeared first on The Student Section.
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September 09, 2016  |  Discuss

James Quick made an insane one-handed catch

Louisville got off to a rough 0-3 start to the season, but they are looking to get into the win column today, and hand N.C. State its first loss. If James Quick keeps making catches like this, they’ll have a great shot. Midway through the second quarter, Quick somehow grabbed a ball with one hand, from over his shoulder. We can’t even figure out how this happened. Insane catch...
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October 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Kentucky RB Stanley Williams Tells Louisville’s James Quick He Shouldn’t Be Excited To Play The Wildcats This Year

The rivalry between Kentucky and Louisville isn’t nearly as compelling on the gridiron as it is on the hardwood, but don’t tell that to the players.  This morning, Cardinals’ wide receiver James Quick expressed his excitement for this season’s Kentucky-Louisville game.  He “can’t wait to play Kentucky.”  I can’t wait to play Kentucky!! But first I must prepare...
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June 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Louisville Leading WR James Quick Suspended For A Violation Of Team Rules

Louisville will be without its leading wide receiver when it takes on Boston College this evening.  The school announced this afternoon that sophomore wideout James Quick has been suspended for a violation of team rules. Quick, a 6-foot-1, 182-pound former four-star recruit, leads the Cardinals this season with 31 receptions for 459 yards. He’s scored three touchdowns.  Louisville...
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November 08, 2014  |  Discuss

James Quick emerges from promised potential to indispensible for Louisville football

Took a while, but James Quick may have arrived. Quick was not a quick study, making only six catches and some memorable drops during a disappointing freshman year last season. Disappointing because he was a five-star recruit, an elite propect, expected to be an immediate threat. Flash forward to the fourth game of his sophomore season, a week after he was involved in a muffed punt...
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September 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Marijuana Charge Dismissed Against James Quick

Jamie Rhodes | USA TODAY Sports According to WDRB.com, charges against Louisville sophomore wide receiver James Quick stemming from his marijuana related citation earlier this summer have been dismissed. On May, 29 Quick was cited for possession of marijuana at his campus apartment. According to the University of Louisville citations obtained by The Courier Journal, officers found...
Via The Cardinal Connect
August 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Bobby Petrino Gives An Update On James Quick

Timothy D. Easley | Associated Press Louisville wide receiver James Quick is the highest rated recruit to ever sign with the Cardinal program. With Quick being a Louisville native, the Cardinal fan base has seen his name in the local headlines for years now. Unfortunately, Quick recently made headlines for the wrong reason. On May, 29 Quick was cited for possession of marijuana at...
Via The Cardinal Connect
June 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Sophomore Wide Receiver James Quick Cited For Marijuana Possession

Jamie Rhodes | USA TODAY Sports The Courier-Journal revealed some unfortunate news regarding one Louisville football player over the weekend. Sophomore wide receiver and Louisville native James Quick has been cited for possession of marijuana. According to the University of Louisville citations obtained by The Courier-Journal, the incident occurred at Quick’s on campus apartment...
Via The Cardinal Connect
June 08, 2014  |  Discuss

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