LOUISVILLE RUMORS & GOSSIP
Four-star point guard Quentin Goodin of Campbellsville, KY has made a significant change in his top five schools. The Louisville Cardinals, the favorite team of his father Chris, are out, and are being replaced by the Michigan Wolverines.
Quentin Goodin’s father confirms that Louisville is out of his son’s final five, Michigan is in. #WKU, Miami, Xavier and Florida also in mix...
As objective and professional as I try to act at times, you all know that I’m a fan first.
I got into this whole thing because I’m a die hard and passionate fan of the Louisville Cardinals.
With that said, it was an honor and a privilege to talk with Cardinal legend DeJuan Wheat on yesterday’s radio show.
I grew up pretending I was DeJuan Wheat when I played basketball in...
The Akron Zips have received a wide receiver via transfer who will be able to play immediately.
According to a report from Mark Blankenbaker of TheCrunchZone.com, former Louisville Cardinals wide receiver Michaelee Harris has decided to make the move to Akron as a graduate transfer.
CONFIRMED: Former UofL WR Michaelee Harris has enrolled & will play for AKRON for his 6th year...
Soon after Louisville recruit Maverick Rowan announced that he would reclassify and enter college in 2015, there were rumblings that Rick Pitino and his staff would move on and no longer pursue the four-star sharp shooter.
To me, this seemed strange, considering that the Louisville staff had invested so much time and energy in recruiting Rowan for nearly a year.
Rick Pitino can’t...
Louisville’s football program has new uniforms. They came out last week.
Tennessee’s football program will unveil its new Nike uniforms tomorrow. They might have leaked today.
Cardinals’ senior linebacker James Burgess thinks his team’s new threads are “way better” than Tennessee’s.
our new uniforms are way better than Tennessee
— Hit stick (@HomesteadLB) June...
Photo: Josh Jackson – C-Ville.comFollowing a visit to the University of Louisville, Javin Montgomery-DeLaurier, a power forward from the 2016 class has received a scholarship offer from Rick Pitino’s staff.
Louisville is just one of the many schools that have offered the Charlottesville, VA., native a scholarship in recent weeks.
The 6-foot-9, 210-pound, power forward is rated...
Louisville Sports: Year in Review 2014-15 from @CrumsRevenge on Vimeo.
We’re now in the heart of the offseason, which means we’re all itching for a CrumsRevenge production to help hold us over for the next two months. Fortunately our man Mike Lindsey AKA @CrumRevenge put together this awesome year-in-review video.
Louisville Cardinals rising sophomore big man Chinanu Onuaku only shot 47 percent from the charity stripe last season, but he appears to be making a concerted effort to improve in that area for next season.
In fact, it looks like he turned to basketball history in order to do so.
At the FIBA World Championships, in a game that pitted the United States vs. Iran, Onuaku shot an underhanded...
The Louisville Cardinals, sponsored by adidas, released their new football uniforms for their opening game against Auburn this year and it’s theme; uncaged.
Auburn vs. Louisville takes place in this year’s Chick-fil-A Kickoff Classic on Sept. 5 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.
Featuring a redisgned “angry” bird and adorned in the L1C4 montra, the uniform brings about mixed...
Quentin Goodin, a 6-foot-2, point guard from Campbellsville, KY., picked up a scholarship offer from Rick Pitino in early January while on an official visit at the KFC Yum! Center.
Since then, Goodin has been high on the Cardinals, but he’s also picked up scholarship offers from multiple other coaches.
On Tuesday afternoon, Goodin announced that he’s trimmed his list to five...
So how do fans who spend nine to 10 months a year following University of Louisville athletics survive the next two months without UofL competition? I’m not really sure. The opening football game against Auburn in the Georgia Dome is a long way away on Sept. 1.
Thanks to Dan McDonnell’s team for extending the baseball season, putting the Cardinals within one game...
Lousville Cardinals defensive back Shaq Wiggins, who transferred from the Georgia Bulldogs, will be eligible to play this season. However, Wiggins missed some time this spring due to an elbow injury.
But now there is some good news for the Louisville defense.
On Monday morning, Wiggins took to Twitter to announce that his elbow has been deemed medically cleared by doctors.
Louisville has been stout on defense in recent seasons, and will receive some help in the defensive backfield this season as Georgia transfer Shaq Wiggins becomes eligible for the Cardianls. Wiggins missed time this spring with an elbow injury, but according to tweets that he sent out this morning, he is fully healed.
Doc say the elbow is fully healed.
— Shaquille Wiggins (@ShaqWiggins6...
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...
Two of University of Louisville’s newest top recruits have been spending a lot of time together and these two will be big time assets for the future of Louisville basketball success.
Damien Lee, graduate transfer from Drexel and five-star small-forward V.J. King who just committed this past week, have been hitting the gym together.
These two will be important in securing the future...
Rick Pitino has received another four-year extension on his contract, extending his commitment to the University of Louisville through the 2025-26 basketball season.
Not that anyone suspected Pitino was going anywhere anytime soon. The man loves basketball, has the greatest boss in the industry, and is strongly committed to everything Louisville.
Along with that commitment...
It looks like Louisville will keep Rick Pitino as its basketball coach for another decade. The 62-year-old Pitino has received a contract extension through the 2025-26, the school announced this afternoon.
Louisville has extended the contract of men’s basketball coach Rick Pitino through 2025-26 #L1C4 pic.twitter.com/vhXV2lrg82
— Kenny Klein (@KKcards) June 9, 2015
Louisville has had more high-profile seasons than 2014, but the Cardinals deserve credit for a successful first season in the ACC. Louisville moved...
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We’ve seen some dynamic displays of athleticism over the past few years, but Louisville commit Donovan Mitchell may have just topped them all.
The four-star guard from Brewster Academy in New Hampshire has been working to perfect an unbelievable dunk, per Howie Lindsey of CardinalSports.com, and he achieved perfection during a recent session in the gym: