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Steelers Undrafted Free Agent Rogers Could Shake Up the Receiving Corps

When you watch former Louisville Cardinals’ receiver Eli Rogers’ highlight video you notice a couple of things right away. First, when he caught touchdown passes his routes were very crisp looking slants and skinny posts. Secondly, when the play broke down, Rogers was excellent at finding open space where his quarterback could him. The reason both of those things stand out...
Via Steel City Blitz
24 days ago  |  Discuss

ESPN Ranks Louisville Football No. 25 In Their Way Too Early Rankings For 2015

Photo: Pete CautilliWe’re still a good seven months away from kicking off the 2015 college football season, but the folks at ESPN are already gearing up. Mark Schlabach of the four letter network released his “Way Too Early Top 25″ rankings for next season. The Louisville Cardinals came in at No. 25. 25. Louisville Cardinals 2014 record: 9-4, 5-3 ACC Returning starters:...
Via The Cardinal Connect
February 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Former Miami Commit Chooses Louisville

Photo: 247 SportsFollowing the2014 season the Louisville Football Program took a major hit to its wide receiving corp with the graduation of DeVante Parker, Eli Rogers, Kai De La Cruz, Michaelee Harris and Matt Milton. Louisville’s roster has talent at the position, but there are some clear unknowns with two transfers (JaQuay Williams & Paul Harris) expected to make an immediate...
Via The Cardinal Connect
January 25, 2015  |  Discuss

An Unlikely Hero Saves the Cardinals

Photo: Pete Cautilli Just for a moment. Imagine you are Kyle Bolin. Its 3rd and 7 on your own 45 yard line. The Cardinals are down 13-0 and have just lost Reggie Bonnafon. This will be your first snap. Its against the team from your hometown, the one that refused to recruit you. Have you peed your pants yet? Instead of making a mistake, which would be totally understandable in this...
Via The Cardinal Connect
November 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Quick plays himself out of punt return duties

University of Louisville football fans will able to breathe easier on punt returns because James Quick has been relieved of those duties. Coach Bobby Petrino said during his Monday press conference that Eli Rogers will be handling those duties. James Quick Another step backward for Quick who has had more than his share of issues during his freshman and sophomore seasons at UofL...
Via Louisville Card Game
November 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Five Keys To Beating Florida State

Photo: Pete Cautilli Defeating the defending national champions wont’ be an easy task for Bobby Petrino and the Louisville Cardinals. That said, this is a winnable game and the boys in Vegas definitely like Louisville’s chances. Here are five keys to tonight’s game. 1. Get Pressure To The Quarterback: Say what you will about Jamies Winston, but he’s as good of a quarterback...
Via The Cardinal Connect
October 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Clemson survives Louisville scare

From all the chatter out of South Carolina over the past week, the University of Louisville football team didn’t have much of a chance. Clemson had too much talent, too much tradition, the crowd too loud, and would embarass UofL. Those same people were sitting on the edges of their seats with 21 seconds left, clinging to hopes for a miracle with UofL on their two-yard line...
Via Louisville Card Game
October 11, 2014  |  Discuss

If INT’s Counted As Receptions, Gerod Holliman Would Be Louisville’s Fourth Leading Receiver

Photo: Pete Cautilli Offensive yardage has been at a premium for Louisville’s wide receiving core this year.  The A.F.R.O.S have been constricted this season, amid The Cardinals seemingly two dimensional offense.  Louisville’s balanced rushing attack has consistently found strides against a myriad of opponents during this season. The passing attack has not been as fortunate...
Via The Cardinal Connect
October 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Louisville vs. FIU: Predicted MVP’s

Photo: Pete Cautilli Bobby Petrino and the Louisville Cardinals will look to bounce back from their first loss of the season on Saturday as they travel to Miami to take on Florida International. Here are the predicted MVP’s for the game. Offense At this point I think we can all agree that we need to see some vast improvement from Will Gardner. The Bobby Petrino style foot-to-throat...
Via The Cardinal Connect
September 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Better Late Than Never For Louisville Safety Gerod Holliman

Photo: JD Coffey Heading into this 2014 season safety Gerod Holliman hadn’t quite lived up to the high expectations from his prominent high school career. Three games into the 2014 season, Holliman has taken a huge step in the right direction and is one of just five players in the country to have three INT’s in the first three weeks. Name Team Yr. Games INT’s Senquez Golson...
Via The Cardinal Connect
September 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Louisville vs. Virginia: Projected MVP’s

Photo: JD Coffey Bobby Petrino and the Louisville Cardinals will have their first road game as members of the Atlantic Coast Conference on Saturday as they take on the Virginia Cavaliers. Here are the projected MVP’s from offense and defense. Offense I’m sure you’ve heard by now, but Virginia’s Defense has nine turnovers on the season. Seven against the Richmond Spiders and...
Via The Cardinal Connect
September 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Petrino Looking To See More From The Passing Game

Photo: JD Coffey I think we can all agree that stats throughout the first two games of the season aren’t worth much. In my opinion, you need at least three or maybe four games before you can accurately evaluate a team with the stat sheet. That said, I’d be lying if I said that I expected Louisville’s passing attack to be ranked sixth in the ACC after just two games. The running...
Via The Cardinal Connect
September 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Louisville vs. Murray State: Predicted MVP’s

Photo: The Cardinal Connect Bobby Petrino and the Louisville Cardinal football program will take on the Murray State Racers in their second game of the 2014 season this evening. Given the fact that this is the one annual game against an FCS opponent, it’s a little tough to predict who’ll be the MVP’s, considering it could be anyone really. That said, here are two players that...
Via The Cardinal Connect
September 06, 2014  |  Discuss

DeVante Parker & Eli Rogers Tabbed As The Best Receiving Duo In The ACC

Photo: Mitchell Leff |Getty Images The Louisville football team returns plenty of depth at multiple positions from last season’s offense, but we’d be foolish not to acknowledge the wide receivers as the deepest of them all. While there are a handful of very talented wide-out’s, the two most experienced are seniors DeVante Parker & Eli Rogers. Both have been impact performers...
Via The Cardinal Connect
July 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Wide Receiver Robert Clark Has Transferred To Samford

Pete Cautilli | The Cardinal Connect Somehow it went unnoticed over the past couple of weeks, but slot wide receiver Robert Clark’s name is no longer listed on the 2014 Louisville football roster. The 2014 media guide was available for the media on Thursday morning at Bobby Petrino’s press conference and sure enough, Clark wasn’t listed on the depth chart. Over the years there...
Via The Cardinal Connect
July 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Redshirt Senior Wide Recevier Matt Milton Showing Progress This Spring

Photo: 247Sports.com Could Tennessee transfer Matt Milton finally make an impact for the University of Louisville football program?  If you listen to the buzz following Saturday’s spring practice scrimmage, you may begin to think so. In early 2012 three once highly regarded prospects announced that they would transfer from their respective Southeastern Conference schools to the...
Via The Cardinal Connect
March 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Doubleheader gut check for Louisville in football and basketball

Two major conflicts, one right the other, five or six hours of emotional highs and lows for University of Louisville fans Saturday. The pressured-packed, non-stop intensity certain to severely test the cardio, cerebral and nervous systems of any Cardinal fan. The first in basketball against the University of Kentucky. The second, in football, a bowl game against the University of...
Via Louisville Card Game
December 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Transfer Grade: Robert Clark

Entering the 2013 Football Season much was expected out of a handful of transfers; most of whom sat out last season waiting to become eligible. Considering the talent level of the transfers, all had high expectations in their debut season.   Among the group you have who was a 4-Star prospect out of high school and ranked the No. 2 Tight End in the country by Rivals, the Offensive...
Via The Cardinal Connect
December 20, 2013  |  Discuss
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