Louisville offense clicks during scrimmage

DeVante Parker eludes the outstretched arms of Andrew Johnson after catching a pass from Will Gardner that nets 30-plus yards. The last public look at the University of Louisville football team before the season opener, an inter-squad scrimmage Saturday to give Bobby Petrino and approximately 2,000 fans a look at how far this team has progressed during fall camp. No one was operating...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Petrino endured snow storm to recruit Kelby Johnson

One of Bobby Petrino’s immediate concerns upon returning to the University of Louisville was the lack of depth on the offensive line, especially at right tackle, a position almost considered a liability at times last season. It’s an issue he still focused on resolving. Remember the game against Cincinnati when Teddy Bridgewater was running for his life? The Bearcats defense...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

8 Takeaways From Louisville Football Media Day

Photo: J.D. Coffey – The Cardinal Connect The Louisville football program conducted their annual media day on Saturday morning at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. Coach Petrino spoke to the media for around 45 minutes while each assistant coach had their own media stations throughout the press box. A handful of the players also spoke with the media. Here are ten takeaways from Saturday...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Louisville Football Practice Report 8/6

Louisville football opened the first week of practices to the fans this week and I was able to make it to the afteroon practices that featured the veteran players. The practices were structured pretty similarly to the last few years with the previous staff, but that's about the only thing that was familiar. Most of the coaches are very soft spoken and there isn't a lot of...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Louisville football: Thoughts as camp opens

The first fall camp of Bobby Petrino's second tour of city in Louisville opens in the morning. Here are a handful of things fans ought to be thinking about as it does. The first fall camp of Bobby Petrino's second tour of duty as Louisville's head coach begins in the morning. While excitement at the thought of the style of football we saw from 2003-2006 is justified,...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

JUCO OL Kelby Johnson now a Cardinal

Kelby Johnson, who played a year at Virginia, has signed with the University of Louisville after spending time at a junior college in New York. Johnson was a late pickup for the Cardinals.
February 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Louisville Football: National Signing Day Primer

For those of you who follow recruiting closely, you know exactly what today is. It’s National Signing Day. Bobby Petrino and his staff will officially welcome their first recruiting class since taking over the program at the beginning of the year. A lot has changed with this recruiting class over the past couple of months considering the coaching switch. Petrino and staff will...
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February 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Petrino Lands His First Two Commitments

Bobby Petrino and his recently assembled coaching staff haven’t had much of a honey moon since taking over at the University of Louisville. Just a few days after most of the coaches were officially introduced, they were sent on the recruiting trail to try and put together their first recruiting classes. Over the past two weeks, nearly all of the coaches have been up with multiple...
Via The Cardinal Connect
January 26, 2014  |  Discuss

JUCO OL Kelby Johnson commits to U of L

ASA College All-Conference offensive lineman Kelby Johnson, a former Virginia Cavalier, committed to Louisville during his official visit this weekend. Cardinal Authority spoke with the 6-foot-9, 310-pound tackle moments before he boarded his flight home on Sunday.
January 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Huge Offensive Lineman Visiting Louisville This Weekend Want something big to keep an eye on this weekend on the football recruiting front? Well how about a towering 6′-8″ 315 pound offensive tackle? Three star talent Kelby Johnson is currently scheduled to be one of the visitors for the Cardinal football staff this weekend with already a few years of collegiate football under his belt. As a senior at DeMatha High School...
Via The Cardinal Connect
January 24, 2014  |  Discuss

JC olineman set for weekend visit

Former Virginia offensive lineman Kelby Johnson, who spent last season at ASA - The College of Excellence, is considering a possible return to playing in the ACC. Cardinal Authority has the report on the 6'8, 310-pound tackle.
January 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Weighing Options

Kelby Johnson out of Maryland spent two years at Virginia before transferring to ASA college. Now he is looking to return back to the D1 level.
January 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Virginia Signing Day a huge success

I don't know about you but I think Virginia just had the best kind of signing day that it's possible to have: no losing recruits to UNC or Ohio State, minimal drama over a player who was pretty likely to pick UVA anyway (and did), and a little bonus surprise to top it off. Mike London added two Signing Day additions to the class, in the forms of offensive linemen Eric Tetlow...
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February 07, 2013  |  Discuss
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