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The weekend that was with UofL football, plus NEW UNIS

Today the Louisville Cardinals revealed brand new uniforms to be worn in the near future. I can’t wrap my head around how awesome they look. The black camouflage helmet along with the grey is a great combination. If you don’t like them, sorry, but you’re wrong! I’m sure they will be worn for a big game, with Clemson and Florida State coming up on the schedule. This weekend...
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Petrino Unsure Of Gardner’s Status: “Could Be A Day-to-Day Deal”

Photo: JD Coffey I think it’s safe to say that Louisville starting quarterback Will Gardner didn’t have a great weekend. The redshirt sophomore had a lackluster performance against Florida International on Saturday and to make matters worse, he left the game early with a knee injury. Bobby Petrino didn’t provide much of an update on his starting quarterback’s status during...
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Louisville Has New Gray And Black Camo Uniform For Game vs. FSU

The Louisville Cardinals have a new gray and black uniform for their upcoming game against Florida State. These don’t look terrible, but they certainly don’t look great. The gray and black camo helmet is definitely not a good look. [Football Scoop] The post Louisville Has New Gray And Black Camo Uniform For Game vs. FSU appeared first on Diehardsport.
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Louisville Unveils Urban Camo Uniforms for FSU Game (Photos)

The Louisville Cardinals football team has unveiled an alternate uniforms they’ll be wearing when the play the Seminoles at the end of October. .@UofLFootball‘s new @adidasFballUS#ShowTime unis they’ll wear vs. the defending champs on 10/30. — Michael Ehrlich (@adidasUSPRGuy) September 22, 2014
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Did Adidas Finally Create a Sick Alternate Jersey? Louisville’s Urban Camo Digs Suggest So

Adidas is getting blasted in the uniform game by the likes of Nike and Under Armour, but did the German apparel company finally get it right with the Louisville Cardinals? Check out the urban camo design that Bobby Petrino’s squad will wear for their October 30th game versus Florida State: Follow Andrew Doughty on Twitter @Adoughty88   [Twitter] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Louisville 34 – FIU 31: Notable Numbers

Joel Auerbach – Getty Images Bobby Petrino and the Louisville Cardinals moved to 3-1 on the season with a 34-3 win over Florida International on Saturday. Despite a blowout win, we didn’t see a whole lot of improvement on the offensive side of the ball from week three to week four. Here are some notable numbers from the FIU win. -265 all purpose yards for James Quick. -45 seconds...
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Louisville Unveils Slick Alternate ‘Show Time’ Uniforms For FSU Game

The Louisville Cardinals unveil slick alternate grey "Show Time" adidas TECHFIT uniforms for the FSU game.
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James Quick emerges from promised potential to indispensible for Louisville football

Took a while, but James Quick may have arrived. Quick was not a quick study, making only six catches and some memorable drops during a disappointing freshman year last season. Disappointing because he was a five-star recruit, an elite propect, expected to be an immediate threat. Flash forward to the fourth game of his sophomore season, a week after he was involved in a muffed punt...
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Louisville’s defense keys 34-3 rout of Florida International

One long game, a trying experience, prolonged by a mix of inclement weather and inconsistent football. The University of Louisville’s offense is the opposite extreme of the defense thus far. The ultimate success of this year’s season is likely be more of a reflection of Todd Grantham’s direction than Bobby Petrino’s hallmark. UofL’s 34-3 win over Florida International was...
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Louisville – FIU : Cards Cruise, But It Wasn’t Pretty

Joel Auerbach – Getty Images The Louisville football Cardinals had to delay their game against the FIU Golden Panthers on account of lighting in the area. Nature attempted to spare both sides a good deal of heartache, as this could be considered a game with no winners. The Cardinals jumped out to an early lead in the first, but looked relatively flat against a much inferior opponent...
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Photo: Family Of Louisville’s James Burgess Wearing Shirts Depicting Him Tackling Miami Player During Bowl Game

The families of football players will often get custom gear made to signify who they are supporting. Louisville linebacker James Burgess’ family is wearing custom shirts, and they are quite impressive. The shirts feature Burgess making a big tackle on Miami’s Dallas Crawford in last season’s Russell Athletic Bowl, a 36-9 Cardinals win. @Dkay81 – here is a photo of the back...
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The Louisville Staff Will Have An In-Home Visit With Perry Dozier Next Week

Photo: Kelly Kline – adidas Very shorty after five star shooting guard Antonio Blakeney decided to reopen his recruiting, Rick Pitino and the Louisville staff decided to shift their attention to someone else. That someone else happens to be four star combo guard Perry Dozier. The 6-foot-6 Columbia, S.C., native had been on Louisville’s radar throughout the spring and summer,...
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Louisville Defensive Coordinator Todd Grantham Surpassing Expectations

Pete Cautilli – The Cardinal Connect When the news broke that Todd Grantham would be joining Louisville’s coaching staff and Georgia fans did everything short of helping coach Grantham pack his belongings into trucks. Georgia was finished with Todd Grantham’s act merely two years after four of his defensive starters were taken in the first three rounds of the NFL draft. ...
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Blakeney turns from Louisville, looks to NIKE schools

Antonio Blakeney Ten days ago Antonio Blakeney, one of the top guards in the 2015 recruiting class, tweeted that he was going to play college basketball at the University of Louisville. Proclaiming to the world that all his hard work had paid off with an offer to great school, telling Coach Rick Pitino he was on his way. “I knew I wanted to commit to Louisville two or three months...
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5-Star SG Antonio Blakeney Decommits from Louisville Cardinals

Louisville’s No. 1 ranked recruiting class took a big hit on Monday as five-star shooting guard Antonio Blakeney announced that he was re-opening his recruitment – just 11 days after he originally committed to the Cardinals. I am still really considering louisville heavily I like everything about there program , coaches and fans !! — First 48 (@blakeney96) September 16, 2014...
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