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The majority of the bowl games don’t have a kickoff time scheduled yet, but since there just under 100 of them scheduled this upcoming winter, we can go ahead and discuss some of them. UofL figures to be a fringe Top 25 team heading into the season and with the players Coach Petrino has to work with, a 9 or 8-win season certainly looks possible.  Louisville probably won’t win the ACC this year, so getting into the CFB Playoff or the Orange Bowl won’t be in the cards.  If you listen to the experts, FSU, Clemson, and Georgia...Continue reading »

Things are slowing down as summer approaches, so here ‘s another look at where Louisville stacks up nationally in the NCAA Tournament’s history. Most NCAA Tournament Appearances 1. Kentucky – 54 2. North Carolina – 46 3. UCLA – 45 4. Kansas – 44 5. LOUISVILLE – 41 6. Duke – 39 7. Indiana – 38 8. Syracuse – 37 Most NCAA Tournament Wins 1. Kentucky – 120 2. North Carolina – 112 3. Duke – 105 4. UCLA – 99 5. Kansas – 97 6. LOUISVILLE – 75 7. Indiana...Continue reading »

  Some of the Louisville basketball 2015-16 schedule is already out.  Here’s what we know so far as to who the 21st ranked Cards will play: Non-Conference Home Games Billy Minardi Classic (4-games; opponents TBA), Grand Canyon, Kennesaw State, Western Kentucky Non-Conference Road Games Dec. 2 – #12 Michigan State in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge, Dec. 26 – #1 Kentucky ACC Home Games #7 Duke, Georgia Tech, Pitt, #5 Virginia, Boston College, Florida State, Syracuse, #2 North Carolina, Wake Forest ACC Road Games #7 Duke, Georgia...Continue reading »

  Given the recent success of both programs and the thrilling game the two teams played in last October, Bleacher Report listed Louisville-Clemson as one of college football’s ten best ’emerging rivalries’.  It came in at No.4. Louisville’s placement in the ACC Atlantic, where it landed after moving from the Big East in 2014, makes the division even more top-heavy than it already was. The Atlantic is home to Florida State and Clemson, who have combined to win the last four ACC titles. Adding Louisville to the mix...Continue reading »

  The Courier-Journal’s Jeff Greer caught up with former Louisville guard Chris Jones and collected his thoughts on the aftermath of a grand jury’s decision not to indict him on rape and sodomy charges. He has an apartment in Louisville and a place to stay in Boca Raton, Fla., a wealthy suburban community about an hour north of Miami where he’s been working out with Elev8 Sports Institute. He has an agent, Kim Grillier, and a handful of workouts scheduled with NBA teams, starting with a June 2 session in Dallas with...Continue reading »

The NBA Draft lottery was last night and the stage is now set for the June 25th event. Here’s where Trez and Terry are projected to be selected currently according to the three major draft prognosticators…. CBSSports.com Harrell – 23rd to Portland Rozier – 29th to Brooklyn DraftExpress.com Harrell – 23rd to Portland Rozier – 44th to Phoenix NBADraft.net Harrell – 20th to Toronto Rozier – 26th to San Antonio The C-J’s Jeff Greer breaks all down right HERE. The NBA draft is in about a month,...Continue reading »

We’re still months away from kickoff, so in an effort to whet your football appetite, we’ll posting links throughout the summer with ANYTHING relating to your Louisville Cardinals and the ACC. *Here’s a quick preview of Petrino’s squad from ESPN.com’s ACC blog. How the Cardinals beat you: While Petrino’s offense relied heavily on the pass in ’14 (252 ypg, No. 4 in the ACC) and lacked pop in the run game (3.6 ypc, No. 12 in the ACC), the strength of this season could very well be the backfield. Junior RB Brandon...Continue reading »

UofL’s baseball team completed their record-breaking first regular season of ACC play, winning the Atlantic Division, earning more league wins (25-5) that any other school in history, and winning every one of their conference series (10).  The (42-14) Cards, ranked 2nd/3rd nationally, travel to Durham, NC to try to lock up a top 8 national seed.  Here’s a look at the bracket…. Louisville (42-14, 25-5 ACC) earned the No. 1 overall seed and will head up Pool A. The Cardinals will be joined by fourth-seeded Florida State (37-19,...Continue reading »

The Cardinal Nine closed out the first ever ACC season with a bang, defeating NC State, 6-5.  That win means Louisville won every series in conference play as the Cards finished 42-14 overall and 25-5 in the ACC.  UofL will be the No. 1 seed in next week’s ACC Tournament as they eye a run at another College World Series. BSB: No.2 Louisville 8, NC State 5 FINAL. @UofLBaseball (42-14, 25-5) scores 3 in 9th, wins tenth ACC series. #L1C4 pic.twitter.com/aECNyaa4j7 — Louisville Athletics (@GoCards) May 16, 2015 Final day of the...Continue reading »

After some intense workouts this past week in Chicago, former Cards Terry Rozier and Montrezl Harrell are both looking like first round draft picks.  Trez decided not to participate in the 5-on-5 sessions, instead opting to interview with teams after getting his measurements.  His stock and draft projection – roughly in the 15-25 range -after the combine basically remained the same.  Terry on the other hand, played in the 5-on-5 portion of the event and shined.  He showed the scouts his ability to play the point and get in the lane...Continue reading »