Earlier today, we learned the unfortunate news that Louisville quarterback Will Gardner would miss the remainder of the season. To his credit, Gardner seems to be keeping his head up, and took to Twitter today to thank his fans for their support.
I would like to thank everyone that has reached out to me, it really means a lot and God has a plan for everything!!
— Will Gardner...
Will Gardner has advanced so far this year only to have his season end abruptly. He’s out for the season with a knee injury that will require surgery.
Displaying such confidence after such a rocky start, connecting immediately with DeVante Parker after his return from injury. Again and again.
His sophomore season ending on what looked like a simple pass, landing...
Louisville will reportedly have to go it the rest of the season without its starting quarterback.
According to Pat Forde of Yahoo Sports, a knee injury will sideline redshirt sophomore Will Gardner for the rest of 2014.
Gardner has thrown 12 touchdowns and three intecerptions in eight games this season.
More to come.
This season has been up-and-down for Louisville sophomore quarterback Will Gardner. The Cardinals starter has played well when healthy, throwing for 1,669 yards and 12 touchdowns to just three interceptions. However, injuries have plagued Gardner this season, and now he is being shut down for the year due to a knee injury, according to ESPN’s Brett McMurphy.
Louisville QB Will...
Cornerback Charles Gaines and quarterback Will Gardner were two of the handful of Louisville football players that were made available to the media following Saturday’s 30-18 win over North Carolina State.
Gaines discussed the defense taking somewhat of a step back as they allowed their first touchdown in over a month. He also talked about the progress that the offense is making...
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University of Louisville starting quarterback Will Gardner left the game early during the Cardinals 34-3 victory over Florida International.
Midway through the second half Gardner suffered what looked to be somewhat of a serious knee injury after being hit around the knee by a FIU defensive lineman. The redshirt sophomore suffered two serious knee injuries before...
At least one analyst believes Will Gardner will be better than Teddy Bridgewater was at the University of Louisville.
Campus Insiders’ Rich Cirminiello took up the argument that Louisville quarterback Will Gardner will outplay Teddy Bridgewater, year over year, attempting to convince his disbelieving co-workers.
If his assessment eventually proves to be accurate...
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A new era of Louisville Cardinal football will begin on Sept. 1, when the team runs onto the field at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium to take on Miami. Not only does the program have an entirely new coaching staff, but many of last year’s players are gone as well.
That said, there is still plenty of fire power returning and multiple newcomers...
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Louisville redshirt sophomore Will Gardner has some massive shoes to fill this season. The Douglas, GA., native will step in and take the place Teddy Bridgewater, who is arguably the best quarterback to ever put on the Cardinal uniform.
Gardner committed to Louisville in July of 2011, choosing Louisville over Alabama and Mississippi State. He was...