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Miami Hurricanes at Louisville Cardinals: Betting odds, point spread and tv info

On Monday night the final game from the first week of college football will take place as the Miami Hurricanes and Louisville Cardinals face off against one another. This is the return game for Bobby Petrino at Louisville but Miami will have plans of spoiling it much the same way the Cardinals dropped the Hurricanes at the end of last season. These two teams met last year in the...
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ACC initiation ceremony beckons Louisville football against Miami

Welcome to the Atlantic Coast Conference. For real. A new era begins Monday night for University of Louisville athletics, the first game ever in the ACC for any University of Louisville team in any sport. Appropriate that it would be in football because it was the sport that drove conference realignment, unprecedented changes in the college landscape making it possible for UofL...
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UW Volleyball opens 2014 season with sweep of Louisville

In just one season the Wisconsin Badgers volleyball team went from afterthought in the Big Ten to being one of the top teams in the country. After a run to the National Championship game in 2013, the Badgers began 2014 as the No. 6-ranked team in the country. At the annual Big Ten/ACC Challenge, the Badgers didn’t disappoint the pollsters thanks to a sweep of the Louisville Cardinals...
Via Madtown Badgers
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With DeVante Parker Out, James Quick Has A Big Opportunity To Step Up

Jared Wickerham – Getty Images As Bobby Petrino mentioned on Monday, you can’t simply replace DeVante Parker with just one guy. It’ll take a collective effort from the offensive unit to fill the void that has been left with Parker sidelined. It helps that the wide receiver group is the deepest on the roster, but Parker is capable of making plays that most others can’t. ...
Via The Cardinal Connect
4 days ago  |  Discuss

The 2014-15 Louisville Basketball Schedule Has Been Released

Photo: Pete Cautilli On Wednesday afternoon the Atlantic Coast Conference released their entire 2014-15 basketball schedule for all league teams. Shortly after, the University of Louisville released the finalized scheduled for the upcoming season. With the  ACC being as loaded as it is along with having to face Ohio State, Kentucky, Minnesota and Indiana, this will be one of the...
Via The Cardinal Connect
4 days ago  |  Discuss Ranks Rick Pitino’s 2015 Recruiting Class Second Best Nationally

Photo: 247 Sports Earlier this month released their updated 2015 college basketball recruiting class rankings and tabbed Pitino’s three-man class as the second best in the country. On Tuesday afternoon the folks at did exactly the same. The Scout’s individual player rankings have Louisville with two five star prospects in Deng Adel and Donovan Mitchell...
Via The Cardinal Connect
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Michael Dyer Questionable For The Season Opener

Photo: Mark Zerof -USA Today 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...
Via The Cardinal Connect
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami’s Starting Quarterback Is The Son Of The “Bye Felicia” Girl From Friday

Miami starting quarterback, Brad Kaaya, probably thought that next Monday’s season opener against Louisville would be a day off for him.  Kaaya knocked the well traveled transfer, Jake Heapps, out of contention for the starting job against the Cardinals. Kaaya now has the daunting task of not losing his new job on what was supposed to be his day off.  Your Louisville Cardinals...
Via The Cardinal Connect
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Louisville WR DeVante Parker Out 6-8 Weeks

Louisville star WR DeVante Parker will miss 6-8 weeks with a fractured bone in his foot. The injury occurred Friday night during practice. Parker led the Cardinals in receiving last season with 55 receptions for 885 yards and 12 touchdowns. This is a big blow to this offense as Parker was projected to put up monster numbers in 2014.  Fantasy Outlook: With Bobby Petrino back running...
Via In The Neutral Zone
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Louisville Receiver Devante Parker Having Surgery On Broken Bone In Left Foot, May Miss 6-8 Weeks

The Louisville program has gone through serious turnover from last season, losing star quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to the NFL, and head coach Charlie Strong to Texas. However, one of the main reasons of optimism for this year’s Cardinals club was the return of wide receiver DeVante Parker, who has over 1,600 receiving yards and 22 touchdowns in his last two seasons. Now, Parker...
Via College Spun
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Louisville Twitter Must Follow List

Good afternoon Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) sports fans from @hokiesmash (Jon Pence is kind enough to let me post at @scacchoops from time to time).  As we head into the new academic year, you’ll note that we have added another outstanding great school to the ACC this year in the University of Louisville.   We at SCACCHoops are good neighbors.  Therefore, we want to introduce...
Via SCACC Hoops
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Louisville Commit Donovan Mitchell Throws Down Monster Alley-Oop At Under Armour Event

Louisville fans have to be excited for 2015 shooting guard commit Donovan Mitchell, yet another star guard who should stand out for Rick Pitino. Mitchell showed off his freakish athleticism at an Under Armour event with this ridiculous alley-oop finish, from a pass by fellow blue-chip prospect Derrick Jones. Mitchell will join forwards Deng Adel and Raymond Spalding in Louisville’s...
Via College Spun
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Louisville PG Chris Jones Put On A Show At The Adidas Nations Tournament

The Louisville men’s basketball team will be without star guard Russ Smith next season, but it appears that the Cardinals will be just fine with point guard Chris Jones.  Jones, a 5-foot-10, 175-pound junior, was one of three Louisville players–Montrezl Harrell, Terry Rozier the others– to participate in the annual Adidas Nations tournament in California earlier this month...
Via College Spun
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Louisville Cardinals 2014 Betting Odds And Predictions

Louisville Cardinals betting odds and predictions for the 2014 season.
Via Gamedayr
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Photo: Louisville RB Michael Dyer Is Looking Incredibly Jacked On Picture Day

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....
Via College Spun
22 days ago  |  Discuss
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