Michael Dyer puts UofL on the scoreboard with his first of three touchdowns.
A long night and afternoon t at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium, the feet and legs sore from standing on concrete the entire game and tailgating on the blacktop in the parking lot hours before kickoff.
The painful part, however, was watching Florida State come from behind again in the final five minutes...
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For the fifth consecutive season the Louisville football program is bowl eligible. Bobby Petrino and the Cardinals got their sixth win of the season on Saturday afternoon as they defeated North Carolina State, 30-18.
For a month straight each of our post game write-up’s started the exact same way. The defense was outstanding and the offense continuously...
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Michael Dyer rushed for 173 yards, including a game-sealing 46-yard touchdown run with 44 seconds remaining, and Louisville held off North Carolina State 30-18 on Saturday.
The Wolfpack (4-4, 0-4 Atlantic Coast Conference) drew within 23-18 on Jacoby Brissett's 21-yard touchdown pass to David J. Grinnage with 2:21 remaining, but the 2-point conversion pass failed...
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October 18, 2014
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The Louisville Cardinals return to PJCS tomorrow to take on Wake Forest after two consecutive road games. I think it’s safe to say that Louisville’s two best performances this season came on their home field. Hopefully that trend continues on Saturday. Here are my projected MVP’s for the Wake Forest game.
Saturday’s matchup against a dreadful...
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Louisville senior running back Michael Dyer has missed the last eight games for the Cardinals due to injury.
The former Auburn star missed the final six games of the 2013 season with a groin injury and has been sidelined for the first two games of his senior campaign with a quad contusion.
Dyer was expected to make his 2014 debut on Saturday when the Cardinals take...
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Bobby Petrino and the Louisville Cardinals will be without their top play-maker, DeVante Parker, when they take the field for the season opener against Miami next week.
Unfortunately, it appears that Parker may not be the only offensive weapon that is unavailable in week one.
Senior running back Michael Dyer left the open scrimmage on Aug. 17 with a knee...
It’s picture day for the Louisville football program.
The Cardinals, unranked in the preseason Coaches Poll, are taking their team photo on the field at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium.
Senior running back Michael Dyer has won the award for the most intimidating looking player on the roster.
BREAKING NEWS! Michael Dyer is even more jacked than he was last year. Good god....