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Photo – Getty Images Just a month ago, we told you how NFL.com’s Mike Huneguin named Louisville wide receiver DeVante Parker the most freakish athlete in all of college football. It’s a distinction that no one around these parts argued with and it was certainly nice to see his name atop a list with such amazing talent. Now, Fox Sports’ Bruce Feldman...Continue reading »

*Here are the notable changes on the most recent Louisville Football roster.  (Shout to our friends at theCrunchZone.com for discovering this first.) The new additions include all the big-name transfers like Georgia’s Josh Harvey-Clemons and Shaq Wiggins, Texas A&M’s Ja’Quay Williams and former Washington safety James Sample. You can also see the...Continue reading »

Photo – AP   Here’s the sneak peek of Lindy’s college football preview…. Louisville’s rank: 31st; 4th overall in the ACC (FSU, Clemson, Miami) Louisville’s predicted finish in the ACC: 3rd in Atlantic Division ACC Atlantic Projections: FSU, Clemson, Louisville, #60 Syracuse, #61 N.C. State, #66 Boston College, #70 Wake Forest Other opponents:...Continue reading »

(Photo – Post Gazette)   Well, that didn’t take long. Of all the things that happened during the brief Charlie Strong era, I never quite understood his stance on “traditional” uniforms. For whatever reason, Strong was hellbent on sticking with the basics, despite tons of outcry from both his own players and the fans. It was either red and white...Continue reading »

Photo – Eric Schlegel / Getty Images   First off, as always, let me put a disclaimer on the following words: I’m damn thankful for everything that Charlie Strong did here at Louisville. He resurrected the program from complete disarray and put the Cards back on the map. That said, this is beginning to become a theme. Strong has had some rocky moments since...Continue reading »

(Photos – USA Today Sports) Terrell Buckley and Lamar Thomas go way back. The UofL football assistants used to do battle against one another on the field long before their respective college coaching careers began. Thomas was a star wide receiver for Miami in the late 80’s and early 90’s and Buckley was an All-American at Florida State during that same...Continue reading »

Photo – theacc.com Florida State 42 appearances  (26-14-2)  3 national champions Georgia Tech 42 appearances  (23-19) 1 national championship Clemson 36...Continue reading »

Photo – Athlon Sports Our friends at Athlon ranked each ACC football venue and PJCS came in a respectable 4th out of 14.  The highest ranking from the panel of 12 was 4th, while the lowest was 9th.  A quick overview of each stadium will make want to start planning your road trip now. Ranking college football stadiums is not only subjective but also extremely...Continue reading »

Photo – wikipedia.org With the ACC, UofL will now play schools in stadiums with capacities well over 70,000 fans.  Here’s where Louisville stacked up attendance wise with their new league’s brethren based on last season’s numbers.  (the national rank is to the left of the school) 15. Clemson – 82, 048 18. Florida State – 75, 421 24....Continue reading »

The ACC announced their complete bowl line-up last summer,and it features up to five games in Florida and bowls against all of the other power conferences. From...Continue reading »

(Photo – Getty Images) With just 70 days left until the start of college football, many online and print publications are beginning to roll out their previews and all-conference picks. The Sporting News is the latest to jump in the fold and today they named both Charles Gaines and DeVante Parker 1st Team All-ACC selections. Gaines, who, in case you forgot, runs...Continue reading »

Photo: @JohnLewisTweets *The city’s abuzz about three letters being stitched into the PJCS turf today. *Calvin Pryor is already being mentioned as a candidate for Defensive Rookie of the Year. Calvin Pryor has been known at various times throughout his life as “Third Man,” “Bone Crusher” and the “Louisville Slugger.” By the time...Continue reading »

(Photo – USA Today) Now that minicamps are over, NFL teams will take a quick break from the gridiron before the start of summer training camp and the 2014-2015 regular season. Last Friday, NFL.com picked its winners and losers from minicamp and Teddy Bridgewater was selected as one of its six winners. Teddy Bridgewater: No quarterback prospect took more slings...Continue reading »