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  Great work as usual from Mike Lindsay (Crums Revenge) over at The Crunch Zone. Wasting no time, this fantastic highlight reel covers all the bases of Monday’s blackout and beatdown of Miami to open the season. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 9.2/10 (5 votes cast)...

      Vs         Opponent: Miami Hurricanes Conference: ACC Head Coach: Al Golden (4th Season) All-Time Series: Miami leads 9-2-1 Last meeting: December 28th, 2013 – Louisville 36, Miami 9 2013 Record: 9-4 (5-3) Kickoff: 8:00 p.m. Game Location: Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium – Louisville, KY. TV: ESPN with Reece Davis, Jesse Palmer and David Pollack...Continue reading »

USA Today Sports   It sort of flew under the radar, but all of the major sports teams at UofL (and their coaching staffs) participated in the school’s...Continue reading »

Miami’s Walter Tucker. Photo – 247 Sports   I know Pimp Nasty Unk wants to pretend like the Russell Athletic Bowl never happened, but apparently the Miami players haven’t forgotten. In fact, in today’s edition of the Palm Beach Post, a couple of those players were quoted as saying they felt disrespected by the Louisville team during the 36-9...Continue reading »

  Louisville fans, meet Canes Shades. He’s basically the Miami version of Casual Gamer Reed. Except he doesn’t game casually, and he spits a whole lot when he talks. He’s the best. And the absolute fucking worst. Canes Shades, who resides in the barrio’s of the detritus filled slums of Coral Gables, spends his time talking nonsense on the...Continue reading »

Getty Images   It’s a thing of beauty, really. After a mediocre stop-over in the American Athletic Conference a year ago (a league which ultimately...Continue reading »

UofL commit Donovan Mitchell throws down. Photo – Kelly Kline   Louisville’s 2015 recruiting class is shaping up to be perhaps the best...Continue reading »

Getty Images   After foregoing the NBA draft this past June, Louisville junior Montrezl Harrell came back to school to improve his game and help guide what should be another solid Cardinal team through its inaugural season in the ACC. Last year he was named to the American Athletic Conference’s All-1st Team and also garnered Associated Press All-American honorable...Continue reading »

Joel Auerbach / Getty Images   Miami head coach Al Golden and star running back Duke Johnson each met with the media following the Hurricanes’ practice yesterday afternoon. Golden addressed some position battles within his own camp, naming a true freshman as his starting QB, health issues and what he expects to see from Louisville. Johnson talks about missing...Continue reading »

Photo -M Live   Earlier today we told you that Louisville freshman Jaylen Johnson’s name appeared at the registrar’s office and that he looked to be fully enrolled as a student. However, though now attending classes, he had still yet to be cleared officially to play basketball by the NCAA. That is until now. Right as we went on the air tonight for our...Continue reading »

Photo – Getty Images   As previously mentioned, Louisville head football coach Bobby Petrino met with the media today to discuss the team’s opener next Monday night against Miami. Lot’s of newsworthy items were discussed, including DeVante Parker’s injured foot, Michael Dyer’s health, the updated depth chart and what he expects to see...Continue reading »

USA Today Sports   At today’s weekly press conference, Louisville head coach Bobby Petrino handed out the team’s updated depth chart as they head into their season opener against Miami next Monday night. Not really a ton of surprises aside from Kai De La Cruz replacing DeVante Parker at the starting x-receiver and Keith Kelsey listed as the starter at...Continue reading »

Getty Images   UofL head football coach Bobby Petrino held his game-week press conference today and handed down some very unfortunate news to Cardinal fans: star wide receiver DeVante Parker has broken a bone in his fifth metatarsal that will require surgery and keep him sidelined for at least 6 weeks. It’s a devastating blow to Louisville, who, although certainly...Continue reading »