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In a week of bad football recruiting news, U of L picked up a late addition for the 2012 class when it was announced former Dixie Heights (in Fort Mitchell, KY) quarterback and Auburn commit Zeke Pike would transfer to Louisville, but as a tight end rather than QB. Former Auburn QB Zeke Pike transfers to Louisville to play… —...Continue reading »

Take the good with the bad, as they say. Earlier tonight, reports surfaced that Louisville Trinity defensive back Ryan White, listed as a 4-star recruit by most services, has decommitted from Louisville and instead will head to Vanderbilt to play for James Franklin. However, we also received some excellent news as 3-star wide receiver Corey Cooper committed to the Cards...Continue reading »

This is a big one, folks. According to Steve Andress of WDRB Sports, Louisville Trinity wide receiver prospect James Quick has named Louisville as the leader for landing his services. He is ranked as the 26th overall player, 3rd best WR and a 5-star prospect on Top-25 Trinity (KY) WR James Quick told me after HS track top school was Oregon. Today he told me...Continue reading »

Rozier was a big mover this past week   Couple of quick updates on some UofL basketball and football targets: – According to the Courier’s Jody Demling, 6-6 2014 star forward Trey Grundy (Lexington, Henry Clay) is getting a lot of love from Louisville and the interest is reciprocal. Just a sophomore, Grundy is averaging 12.2 pts and 6 rebounds a game...Continue reading »

By Chris Raggard With the 2011 football season just beginning, recruiting is also beginning to ramp up into full gear. Last year Louisville’s recruiting class was one of the best, if not the best in the school’s history. Now, lets look at those players who are already committed for the 2011-2012 recruiting class. Sid Anvoots (Indianapolis, IN/Bishop Chatard) 6’4”...Continue reading »

Willie Williams loves the clink   A lot is made of college recruiting these days in both basketball and football. It’s a Multi-million dollar industry between the scout’s who are paid to go watch the players live, the services that analyze tape and rank players, to the shady tactics of bigger schools and the methods in which they attract top talent. In...Continue reading »

A little over an hour ago, Mike Hughes of broke a story detailing Charlie Strong’s newest commitment for 2012 – 3-star Georgia QB, Will Gardner. Gardner chose Louisville over Alabama and Mississippi State after hearing that he was the Cards’ top priority at the QB position. His visit last week reportedly went incredibly well and Strong,...Continue reading »

Photo Courtesy of T&D According to a report in The Times and Democrat, Brandon Golson failed to qualify to play at Louisville and is now enrolled at Gray Military.  His ACT score was “red flagged” by the NCAA, meaning they saw something suspicious.   However, the paper seems to think he could still end up back at South Carolina after his stint at Gray...Continue reading »

According to Big East Coast Bias (a guest of LSL),  Brandon Golson is no longer with UofL. The one-time South Carolina signee has apparently left and is now enrolled at Charlotte. The 3-star recruit was expected to crack the two-deep at Linebacker.  At least there’s a little more depth at LB than there is in the secondary. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating:...Continue reading »

Brent and Ethan bring on CBS Sports national college basketball writer and recruiting analyst, Jeff Borzello, to break down the 2012 season for the Cards, preview the Big East – SEC challenge, and get updates on current Louisville recruiting targets. The guys also bring on Defensive Coordinator Vance Bedford to talk all things Cardinal football. Plus updates on Ryan...Continue reading »

In case you haven’t seen it yet, Louisville native and UCF-bound quarterback DaMarcus Smith was interviewed by WHAS news and confided that he was basically pressured into committing to UCF. His rock-solid peer group of Ken Caldwell and Brandon Bender definitely played a key role in him ultimately de-committing from Louisville and looking elsewhere. Now, this has...Continue reading »

The saga of DaMarcus Smith’s ongoing recruitment took another bizarre twist late last night as The Central Florida Future (the school’s student newspaper) broke a story that claims the highly touted Louisville quarterback has finally ended his embattled decision on where he will play his college football — and it’s not for Charlie Strong in his...Continue reading »

Ethan and Brent bring on former U of L All-American and current Houston Texan star, Amobi Okoye to talk about his new foundation to help underprivileged kids, his glory days as a Cardinal, and what the future holds in the NFL. Brett McMurphy from the New York Times also joins the guys to discuss Big East expansion. reading »