Video: Louisville football captains trot out Governor’s Cup during basketball game

In the lead up to the Governor’s Cup matchup between the Louisville and Kentucky football programs, Kentucky had been doing a lot of talking. Therefore, now that Louisville took home the trophy, it’s only fair they show it off a bit. Halfway through Lousiville’s 111-63 destruction of Grand Canyon on the hardwood, the Cardinals football captains brought out the Governor’s...
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December 05, 2015  |  Discuss

No. 6 Auburn takes on Louisville in home away from home

ATLANTA -- The reality is, this a neutral-site game by definition alone. Auburn is just over 100 miles from Atlanta, with more than 22,000 alumni, per a group representing Tigers fans in the metro area. It has dominated inside the Georgia Dome, going 5-1 since 2004. "Every time we've played there we've had home-field advantage," said Tigers coach, Gus Malzhan. Add in that Louisville...
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September 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Louisville looks to rebuild solid defense

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Louisville returns just four starters from the nation's sixth-ranked defense last season but the Cardinals might not miss a beat this year with those key players and a mix of regulars among their front seven. Coach Bobby Petrino called the group the core of his team during Saturday's media day activities. Petrino announced that three of those returning starters...
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August 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Louisville Offensive Lineman Ryan Mack Is Transferring

Photo: USA Today With the NCAA not requiring players to sit out a year after transferring as long as they’ve graduated, the college athletics transfer rate is at an all time high. We’ve learned that Louisville is one of the latest programs to have a player to transfer. Junior right tackle Ryan Mack will transfer from Louisville when the 2014 winter semester is completed. Mack...
Via The Cardinal Connect
December 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Offensive Lineman Aaron Epps Made The Most Of His Opportunity On Saturday

There is still plenty of room for improvement, but Louisville’s offensive line took a huge step in the right direction against North Carolina State on Saturday. Will Gardner had good protection for the majority of the game and the offense was able to run for 166 yards. Not to mention, for the first time all season, the offensive line finished the game without a penalty. North...
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October 22, 2014  |  Discuss
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