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Getty Images   Louisville head coach Bobby Petrino met the media on Monday afternoon for his regularly scheduled weekly press conference in which...Continue reading »

Photo – Brad Rempel, USA TODAY Sports   From a public relations standpoint, The Minnesota Vikings have seen better days. First, special teams...Continue reading »

Photo: J. Pat Carter – AP At first glance, the box score of the FIU game will deceive you.  Will Gardner’s numbers were solid, 16-28 passing for 295 yards with 2 TDs.  What you didn’t see was him losing another fumble, missing open receivers, and taking sacks after holding onto the ball for too long.  You have to give Gardner credit for the 74-yard...Continue reading »

Photo – Adidas   When Louisville plays Florida State on October 30th, all eyes will be on the Cards and the Derby City. The game will be played on a Thursday night and will be televised nationally by ESPN. Throw in the fact that the Seminoles, barring an unexpected loss, should still be the #1 team in the nation at that point, and it’s going to obviously...Continue reading »

Photo – When you are a good person and do what you’re supposed to do in life, you usually get your chance.  That opportunity came for Louisville Legend Teddy Bridgewater Sunday afternoon after Vikings’ starting QB Matt Cassel went down with a foot injury.  He led Minnesota to two field goals and threw for 150 yards on 12 of 20 passing, while...Continue reading »

Photo: Charles Trainor, Jr. – Miami Herald *UofL’s defense ruled the day once again as the Cards surrendered only 215 total yards to FIU.  117 through the air and 88 on the ground. *In the last two meetings, UofL has outscored FIU, 106-3. *Gerod Holliman continued to impress, hauling in two more picks.  He now has 5 on the season, which is second in the nation. *Through...Continue reading »

Photo – J. Pat Carter, Associated Press   Following a disappointing 23-21 upset loss at UVA, the Louisville coaching staff called the practice week leading up to this Saturday’s matchup at FIU among the best the team’s had since they arrived on the scene. If the Cards’ performance Saturday afternoon was any indication of a great week at practice,...Continue reading »

Photo – The wild and crazy ride that was conference realignment is over and all is calm in the Power 5.  However, it’s interesting to revisit the madness after an article from quoted the “Mouth of the South” Paul Finebaum in saying the Hokies were courted by the big, bad SEC a couple of years ago.  VT spurned...Continue reading »

Photo – USA TODAY The C-J’s Adam Himmelsbach hit it out of the park with this piece, detailing how the Bonnafon family is coping with the loss of Reggie’s dad, Wallace.  We found out Monday that his father had died, but we weren’t sure what was ailing him.  From the article, it’s great to know that Reggie and his father had a fantastic relationship. ...Continue reading »

UofL safety Gerod Holliman. Photo – Kysportsco   You can nitpick about the Louisville offense all you want, and with pretty good reason. After the unit’s subpar, turnover-riddled performance on Saturday against Virginia, obviously there’s plenty of room for improvement. But one part of this team that has excelled and looked pretty damn effective...Continue reading »

Photo – AP It seems like the news of Devante Parker’s broken fifth metatarsal came out a few months ago, but in actuality it’s only been three weeks.  However, the good news is that he’s progressing nicely and is eager to get back on the field.  After viewing the Cards’ often inept offense, Coach Petrino and Co. can use him sooner rather...Continue reading »

Photo – Geoff Burke, USA Today Sports   It was the last thing anyone could have expected from a Bobby Petrino-coached football team, but after his Louisville team was taken down at Virginia 23-21, there is no question the Cards offense has some serious work to do. It was a sobering and embarrassing performance for the team as a whole Saturday afternoon, but...Continue reading »

Associated Press   After what can only be described as an extremely surprising and devastating loss on the road to Virginia, Louisville’s overall stock has predictably fallen dramatically over the last few days. The Cards were widely considered one of the very best teams in the ACC and were expected to compete for the conference title (or at worse, finish somewhere...Continue reading »