Jeremy Wright & Andrell Smith’s NFL Career Hit A Roadblock

  The NFL careers of two former Cardinals have unfortunately hit a road block. Running back Jeremy Wright and wide receiver Andrell Smith were both released from their respective NFL teams on Tuesday afternoon. Both players went undrafted, but later signed free agent contracts. Smith was a late addition to the Miami Dolphins training camp roster, but was released just a couple of...
Via The Cardinal Connect
August 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Andrell Smith Signs With The Miami Dolphins

Former Louisville wide receiver Andrell Smith has signed with the Miami Dolphins. Miami is currently in their second week of training camp. Since graduating from Louisville, Smith signed with with Icon Sports 360 out of Roanoke, VA. He worked out with the Dolphins in early April, but went undrafted. Surprisingly, Smith didn’t get a free agent contract offer following the draft...
Via The Cardinal Connect
July 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Andrell Smith Had A Private Workout For The Miami Dolphins On Wednesday

Former Louisville wide receiver Andrell Smith had a private workout with the Miami Dolphins on Wednesday afternoon. After finishing his college career with Louisville, Smith signed with Icon Sports 360 out of Roanoke, VA. According to his agent, Smith had a very solid workout with Miami and hopes to workout in front of more teams before the NFL Draft on April 25. Smith was one of...
Via The Cardinal Connect
April 04, 2013  |  Discuss

South Florida-Texas Tech Preview

Texas Tech stumbled late in 2012-13 and enters the NCAA tournament on a season-worst three-game losing streak. Luckily for the Lady Red Raiders, they get to open play Saturday night on their own court. Tenth-seeded South Florida takes on No. 7 seed Texas Tech, the host team that's appearing in its 20th NCAA tournament two decades after bringing the national title to West Texas...
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March 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Recap: Notre Dame Survives Against South Florida

Score: No. 1 Notre Dame 75, No. 8 South Florida 66 Stars: Notre Dame: Natalie Achonwa 20 Pts, 20 Reb. Skylar Diggins 15 Pts, 4 Reb, 5 Ast, 3 Stl. South Florida: Andrell Smith 27 Pts, 4 Reb, 3 Ast, 3 Stl. Andrea Smith 18 Pts, 5 Reb, 2 Ast. Story: ”It’s survive and advance.” That is how Muffet McGraw described the mentality a team needs to take when they enter postseason...
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March 10, 2013  |  Discuss

2012-13 Big East Women's Basketball Regular Season Awards Announced

Here's the release from UConn and the Big East announcing that six members of the UConn Huskies women's basketball team have been honored by the Big East. The awards for the Big East Player of the Year, Freshman of the Year, Scholar-Athlete of the Year, and Coach of the Year will be revealed at a press conference Friday at the XL Center at 2 p.m. STORRS, Conn. - The...
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March 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Teddy Bridgewater with five touchdown passes, and Louisville is 9-0

Jeremy Wright breaks loose for a 32-yard jaunt late to Temple’s 4 yard line in the third quarter, setting up Teddy Bridgewater’s fifth touchdown pass of the day, a nine-yarder to Andrell Smith (see video below) two plays later. Wright would rush for 100 yards in Louisville’s 45-17 win.  Click here to view the video on YouTube.
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November 03, 2012  |  Discuss

Andrell Smith Quietly Having A Solid Senior Season For The Cards

With position company like DeVante Parker, Damian Copeland, and Eli Rogers you don’t often hear enough about an extremely reliable wide receiver in Andrell Smith.  With an knack for going un-noticed at times, his game has been far from quiet on paper. After missing some time during his senior year of high school, Smith came to Louisville as a 2-star prospect out of Miami...
Via The Cardinal Connect
October 30, 2012  |  Discuss

Andrell Smith having big season for Cards

Andrell Smith has been perhaps the most consistent offensive weapon for the University of Louisville through four games. The senior wide receiver leads the team in receptions and receiving yards. Cardinal Authority has a feature on Smith.
September 27, 2012  |  Discuss

Let’s Talk Numbers: Louisville – Southern Miss

The Basics: Louisville 2012 Record: 4-0 Current Rank: 17th in USA 19th in AP Points per Game: 33.5 Points Allowed: 19.0 Rushing: 165.5 Passing: 266.0 Total Off: 431.5 Total Def: 339.5 Southern Miss 2012 Record: 0-3 Current Rank: Not Ranked Points per Game: 17.0 Points Allowed: 38.3 Rushing: 146.3 Passing: 136.3 Total Off: 282.7 Total Def: 473.3 Statistic Leaders Louisville: Rushing...
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September 27, 2012  |  Discuss

First Quarter Report Cards: Receiver = A

As we continue to hand out 1st Quarter grades for the University of Louisville football program, let’s take a look at the Cardinal wide receivers. Wide Receiver First Quarter Grade = A Wide receiver was thought to be one of the deeper positions for Louisville heading into the 2012 season. With three games in the book, the Cardinal wide-outs have lived up to the hype. Even with...
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September 18, 2012  |  Discuss

N Carolina rally falls short vs No. 19 Louisville

For the second week in a row, North Carolina was lamenting a poor start. Bryn Renner threw five touchdown passes and the Tar Heels rallied from a 29-point half-time deficit, but came up short in a 39-34 loss to No. 19 Louisville on Saturday. This one looked painfully similar to last week's loss, with Renner overcoming a rough first half to throw four second-half touchdown passes...
Via AP on Fox
September 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Healthy receiver contributes for No. 19 Cardinals

As a nickname, ''Honey Mustard'' doesn't have the same ring to it as ''Honey Badger.'' Damian Copeland's Louisville teammates say the moniker is their way of saying they like the wide receiver's style. But what they like even more: Copeland is contributing for the No. 19 Cardinals. Injuries were a problem before this season and limited...
Via AP on Fox
September 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Depth Chart: Week Two

Here is what week two’s depth chart looked like in Louisville’s press release game notes. Maybe it’s me, but I don’t see a lot of changes from week one to week two. I suppose if it’s not broke, don’t fix it. I can’t think of any particular starter who may have deserved to be moved to second string, other than punt returner Kai Dominguez. I hate to single him out, but...
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September 04, 2012  |  Discuss

No. 25 Louisville romps 32-14 over Kentucky

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- Not known for lavishing praise, Louisville coach Charlie Strong found himself acting out of character. He was happy to do it after his No. 25 Cardinals thoroughly beat in-state rival Kentucky 32-14 in their opener. Offense sparked much of his elation, as the Cardinals outgained the Wildcats 466-373 and scored on five of their first seven possessions. Strong...
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September 03, 2012  |  Discuss

Louisville asserts dominance over Kentucky

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- For No. 25 Louisville, playing a game it could boast about was just as important as bragging rights against in-state rival Kentucky. The Cardinals succeeded on both counts Sunday. Jeremy Wright ran for 105 yards and three touchdowns and Louisville opened the game with three long scoring drives en route to a 32-14 victory against the Wildcats. That claimed...
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September 02, 2012  |  Discuss

Position Advantage: Wide Receiver

Despite Bryce McNeal going A-Wall and Michaelee Harris suffering a season ending knee injury, wide receiver is still one of the deeper positions for Louisville. Kentucky returns some experience at wide receiver, but outside of senior La’Rod King, the Wildcats are relying on a lot of inexperienced and unproven players. Advantage: Louisville Although La’Rod King has shown some...
Via The Cardinal Connect
August 29, 2012  |  Discuss

That Big East Roundup: Kyle Flood, and more.

(That Big East Roundup is SWRT's look at the Big East, while it lasts.) Wake of the Flood.  Kyle Flood has been named Rutgers' starting quarterback. (CBS Sports) That Don't Impress Me Much. Temple head football coach Steve Addazio wasn't too thrilled with the Owls' performance in a scrimmage game. (The Philadelphia Inquirer) My Dinner with Andrell...
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August 20, 2012  |  Discuss

The Smith’s & Brown’s Are Heavily Relied On

There may not be two more common last names than Smith and Brown, however the talent level of the Smiths and Browns for this University of Louisville football team is anything but common.  From incoming freshman to upperclassman, these two surnames are some of the most talented on the roster.  These skilled and competitive athletes even draw a bit of a friendly rivalry between...
Via The Cardinal Connect
January 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Andrell Smith contributes big in Louisville win

Andrell Smith going deep, getting bumped, bumped again, reaching out, juggling, snaring the football with the tips of his finger nails.An unlikely catch by a receiver almost forgotten during a season of random receivers — his one reception in the game,  his ninth this season.Had to have that one, the University of Louisville’s offense having shifted into neutral, badly needing...
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November 19, 2011  |  Discuss
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