Rick Pitino’s 2017 Recruiting Class Currently Ranked 5th Nationally

Rick Pitino and his staff will still look to add at least one more player to their 2017 recruiting class, but with commitments from forward Malik Williams and point guard Darius Perry, the Cards are off to a great start. Williams, 6-foot-11, Ft. Wayne, Indiana, native committed to Louisville earlier this month. Once the open […]
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Louisville Football Position Preview: Receivers

If there is an area that Louisville has fans most excited for the upcoming season, it's the receivers and tight ends. This group of pass catchers is probably as deep as we've seen in recent memory. Louisville has recruited well at both the wide receiver and tight end positions over the last handful of years and this year should be the year that we see that recruiting pay off. Jamari...
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17 hours ago

Video: Bobby Petrino, DeAngelo Brown, Tobijah Hughley Preview Week One

With the season opener now just a few days away, Louisville head coach Bobby Petrino met with the media on Monday afternoon to preview Thursday’s season opener. Defensive tackle DeAngelo Brown and center Tobijah Hughley also spoke with the media.
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

What’s New At Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium This Season

What’s New at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium in 2016 LOUISVILLE, Ky. – University of Louisville football fans attending the Cardinals’ Sept. 1 opening game against Charlotte will notice several new features that are designed to aid location services and provide added customer service throughout the upcoming season. New 15-foot-tall sign towers located throughout the parking […]
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WATCH: FB: Tobijah Hughley and DeAngelo Brown Press Conference - Aug. 29

University of Louisville football players Tobijah Hughley and DeAngelo Brown speak to the media prior to the Charlotte game on Aug. 29

What's new at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium in 2016?

I'm going to be texting "VILLE" on so many of you assholes. From U of L: University of Louisville football fans attending the Cardinals' Sept. 1 opening game against Charlotte will notice several new features that are designed to aid location services and provide added customer service throughout the upcoming season.New 15-foot-tall sign towers located throughout the parking lots...
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1 day ago

Petrino says Louisville football more than ready

Post from: “Game week. Finally got here.” Coach Bobby Petrino spoke for a lot of people, declaring the long wait nearly over, the long hot summer for members of the University of Louisville football team finally behind them. “It’s be a good pre-season. I like the way our guys work. I like they our coaches have been coaching. It’s fun to see the new staff members and their...
Via Louisville Card Game
1 day ago

A Few Musings Before Thursday’s Kickoff

Bobby P is relaxed. DeAngelo Brown is tired of hitting former roomie Tobijah Hughley. Killing time until game time. Given the off the field administrative and athletic turmoil that's a constant undercurrent when considering U of L these days -- NCAA probe, Two competing Boards of Trustees -- I daresay we've hardly been wondering what is the worst feeling Bobby Petrino has? ...
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1 day ago

Louisville unveils depth chart for season-opener against Charlotte

Here is the official Louisville football depth chart for week one of the 2016 season: Thoughts: --The major story following the release of the first depth chart in each of the past two seasons was that the amount of "ORs" listed gave us no real indication who would be starting. This year -- perhaps both because of the number of returnees and the week one opponent -- we know...
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1 day ago

Five Reasons To Be Excited About The 2016 UofL Football Season

It’s officially game week, folks. Bobby Petrino and the Louisville Cardinals are now just days away from kicking off their 2016 campaign. The Cards ended their season in tremendous fashion with a Music City Bowl win over Texas A&M in Nashville. UofL was able to carry that momentum into the offseason and have been tabbed […]
Via The Cardinal Connect
2 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: WGLF: Courtney Trimble Discusses LPGA Q-School

Louisville women's golf head coach Courtney Trimble spoke about former Cardinals Laura Restrepo and Katie Petrino, who began LPGA Q-School this week.

WATCH: FB: Cort Dennison, Safeties Josh Harvey-Clemons and Zeke Cannon

University of Louisville assistant secondary coach Cort Dennison and safeties Zeke Cannon and Josh Harvey-Clemons addressed the media on Aug. 16.
Via Louisville Cardinals Athletics
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Top 25 College Football Countdown: No. 16 Louisville Cardinals

Louisville Cardinals 2015 Record: 8-5 Overall, 5-3 ACC (defeated Texas A&M 27-21 in the Music City Bowl) 1 Burning Question: What will Louisville do in year three under Bobby Petrino? In Petrino’s first stint at Louisville, he guided the Cardinals to an 11-1 record and a top 10 ranking in his second season. At Arkansas, he faced a stiffer challenge, having to restore an...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Louisville QB Lamar Jackson hits ‘The Carlton’

The Louisville Cardinals have found a pretty special quarterback in Lamar Jackson, who was a phenomenal player for the team during the 2015 season. It looks like he is also a pretty talented dancer and he showed that at Friday’s ACC Kickoff. Jackson was showing off one of the Cardinals’ play-call cards, which featured the “A-OK” emoji, the Superman symbol, Arnold from the...
Via Campus Sports Net
July 22, 2016  |  Discuss

Video: Three-star linebacker Dorian Etheridge commits to Louisville

The Louisville Cardinals have one of the more exciting defenses in the country this year and in 2017 it looks like they will have one that is just as impressive. Three-star linebacker Dorian Etheridge will be attending the school next year and he decided to give everyone a taste of highlight when he made his commitment decision Saturday morning. Etheridge, a linebacker out of Charleston...
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July 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Video: Linebacker Dorian Etheridge Announces Commitment To Louisville

The standard Twitter commitment for a recruit usually involves a note briefly thanking people and announcing the decision, along with a picture or two of the player in his new jersey. Three-star linebacker Dorian Etheridge decided to give his new program—the Louisville Cardinals—a taste of what they’re getting on the field as well. He put together a Twitter video, featuring...
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July 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Louisville Football Tabbed As Top Breakout Team In The Country

With the Louisville Cardinals returning more starters than any team in the Atlantic Coast Conference, expectations are understandably high. Since Bobby Petrino took over the program for the second time, the Cardinals are on an upward trajectory that doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon. CollegeFootballNews.com recently tabbed Louisville as the top breakout team […]
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July 12, 2016  |  Discuss

Rick Pitino responds to John Calipari’s seeming slight

Rick Pitino finally responded to what he felt was a slight from John Calipari aimed at him and his Louisville program. During a radio interview last week, Calipari said that most coaches should know about what’s going on with their players around campus. Many interpreted that as a commentary about Louisville, given that Pitino has said he had no idea of the sex scandal perpetuated...
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June 21, 2016  |  Discuss

Louisville president Ramsey offers to step down amid Cardinals mayhem

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin dropped two bombshells regarding the University of Louisville on Friday. Bevin announced that Louisville President Dr. James Ramsey has offered to step down from his position. On top of that, Bevin said he has fired all of the university’s board of trustees and will replace them with members he selects. The letter to Gov Bevin from #UofL Pres Jim...
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June 18, 2016  |  Discuss

Louisville baseball sets attendance mark during 2016 season

Post from: “I’m really proud of our fans. I was hoping we were give them one more day, one more game.” One more game may have gotten Dan McDonnell’s baseball team into its fourth College World Series. One more out, a couple more strikes, a few less balls. What could have been. The good news is the University of Louisville baseball team broke the 100,000 mark in attendance...
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June 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Deja vu for Zack Burdi and Louisville baseball

Post from: Probably the best University of Louisville baseball team since Dan McDonnell arrived in 2007. That’s saying a lot with three College World Series appearances behind him. Seven players batting over .300 in the starting lineup, four pitchers with nine wins or better, four with an earned run average of 2.54 or less. Three players drafted in the first round of the major...
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June 12, 2016  |  Discuss

Statements from Louisville’s Pitino, Petrino on passing of Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali may have been a man of the world, but The Champ always meant the most to his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. So after his passing at the age of 74 early Saturday morning, it’s no surprise that the Louisville community is taking every opportunity to honor the legend.  Louisville head basketball coach Rick Pitino and head football coach Bobby Petrino were no different...
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June 04, 2016  |  Discuss

Pitino expects Chinanu Onuaku to remain in NBA Draft

Wednesday is the final day for players who have not hired agents to pull out of the NBA Draft and return to college. A few big names are still deciding, including Louisville big man Chinanu Onuaku. Head coach Rick Pitino does not seem confident that he’ll have the center back for next season. Rick Pitino said he expects Chinanu Onuaku to stay in the NBA draft. Nothing official...
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May 24, 2016  |  Discuss

Bengals sign kicker who never attempted a FG in college

Jon Brown has certainly taken a few detours on his way to trying to catch a spot on an NFL roster and is one of the more unique stories amongst players trying to make a roster this spring. He played wide receiver in high school but he stuck to his first love, soccer, at Kentucky before eventually transferring to Louisville. It was there he started to receive advice to maybe try...
Via The Comeback
May 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Louisville reveals more self-imposed sanctions

Louisville just released a statement detailing more self-imposed sanctions in the wake of the sex scandal that led to the men's basketball team banning itself from postseason play this season. The Cardinals will lose one official visit each of the next two seasons and be docked a scholarship in 2017-18 and 2018-19. There will also be limitations to how long UL coaches can be on...
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April 06, 2016  |  Discuss

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