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Photo – The next decision Teddy needs to make is is figuring out who is going to represent him as he navigates his professional career.  According to National Football Post, Bridgewater is “strongly considering” selecting Jay-Z’s Roc Nation. Two sources said Wednesday that Bridgewater has been talking to Roc Nation, which is owned by Jay-Z, about serving as his agency. He is the third prominent college football underclassman to be linked to the relatively new firm that Jay Z started in late 2012. ...Continue reading »

(Photo – Miami Herald) Louisville fans were all well prepared for the day to come, and on the first day of 2014, QB Teddy Bridgewater started the year off by declaring his intention to enter the NFL Draft. It is a bittersweet moment for Cards fans, for Bridgewater will surely go down as one of the most legendary Louisville athletes of all time. He was the face of rebuilding the program from cellar dweller to BCS contender. When it is all said and done, he will get every honor he deserves: jersey retired, number retired, streets/babies...Continue reading »

Photo – While you can look at the report with a sizable amount of skepticism, you can’t with a hometown newspaper.  The American-Statesmen’s Texas beat writer Kirk Bohls reported that Strong did indeed meet with the ‘Horns AD Steve Patterson to discuss the job.  Bohls stated that the interview went “very well”. However, Coach Strong was reportedly was told that other candidates would be interviewed. The American-Statesman has also confirmed previously published reports that...Continue reading »

Photo – AP In what was no surprise, the greatest QB in Louisville history announced that he will forgo his senior season and enter the NFL Draft. “After discussing all the options with my family and the coaching staff, I have decided to forgo my senior season and declare for the NFL Draft,” Bridgewater said. “This was an extremely difficult decision for me. I can’t express how much my time at Louisville has meant to me. These past three years have allowed me to mature as a person and leave the university as better...Continue reading »

Photo – AP *The Cards hit 14 threes en route to an easy road win over UCF in Orlando and improving to 12-2 and 1-0 in the league. *Russ led the way with 24 points (including 6-10 from 3) and 9 assists. *Luke found his shot going 4-9 from 3 for 16 points. *Trez had another solid game against inferior competition, posting 15 points and 8 rebounds. *Rozier played well off the bench, scoring 11 points to go along with 5 rebounds and 5 assists. *UofL had 28 assists on 34 baskets. *UofL shot 55% from the field, 52% from 3, and 62% from the...Continue reading »

Photo – AP Based on a report from , Coach Strong interviewed for the Texas job with AD Steve Patterson at an undisclosed location yesterday. One high-level source said Patterson on Tuesday flew to an undisclosed location to interview Louisville coach Charlie Strong, who has received a high recommendation from the search firm Korn/Ferry, which is assisting in the hunt for Mack Brown’s replacement. The reporter responsible for this report is the controversial Chip Brown. He broke the news of then-Big 12 teams Colorado...Continue reading »

It appears that a new year will bring former Cardinal Terrence Williams a new – and another – chance at making it in the NBA.  The troubled Williams signed Tuesday with the Los Angeles Lakers’ D-League affiliate LA Defenders. After spending the early part of the season with Turk Telekom of the Turkish League, the Los Angeles D-Fenders have acquired Terrence Williams through waivers. The former 2009 NBA lottery pick has appeared in 153 games for four different teams where he averaged 7.1 points, 3.6 rebounds, and 2.4 assists. This...Continue reading »

  On this episode of LSL the guys discuss the news over the past few days; mainly the Russell Athletic Bowl win, the loss to UK, and Behanan’s dismissal.  Topics include: *The Bowl win and season recap; who goes and who stays. *The loss to Kentucky and the lack of success against them. *Behanan’s dismissal and how the team will handle it. *What the basketball team needs to do in order to be successful post-Behanan. Listen to the podcast HERE. *iPod/iPad users, or if you have trouble accessing the podcast, you can listen below:   VN:F...Continue reading »

Photo – UofL athletics The dismissal of Chane Behanan certainly didn’t come as a shock to UofL fans as he has been marred in several off-the-court problems throughout his career.  It’s a shame that someone with God-given talent can’t do what is necessary to keep him in good standing with UofL’s policies.  We hope that he can get his priorities in line to better himself as a person.  Anyway, it’s time to move forward without him, and that will pose a big problem for the Cards in the postseason.  UofL...Continue reading »

Your all-UofL sports talk show will be on the air Tuesday morning from 10:00am to noon on ESPN 680 and immediately after the Drew Deener show. We’ll be discussing the Behanan dismissal and how UofL will move on without him.  We’ll review the dominant Russell Athletic Bowl performance by Coach Strong’s Cardinals and talk some football recruiting.  We want your take on how UofL needs to proceed without Chane.  Hit us up at 267-9680 and tweet the show at @LvilleSprtsLive.  VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating:...Continue reading »

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Photo – AP Chane Behanan’s dismissal sparked the national outlets to chime in with their take on the news.  Here are some of them: *Yahoo! Sports: Behanan’s ‘wasted opportunity’ Losing a guy who hung 15 points and 12 rebounds on Michigan in the national championship game is a major blow to the defending national champions. The Cardinals had issues in the paint even with Behanan, and now those will be amplified. But Behanan is the one facing a true crisis stage. He’s not the first star athlete to botch the...Continue reading »

(Photo – USA Today) Let’s be honest, he’s been fighting an uphill battle since day one. Whether it was the numerous suspensions, the infinite amount of shady rumors that circulated seemingly on a weekly basis or just the fact that he comes from a tough background, Chane Behanan and college just didn’t mix. Earlier this morning Behanan fired off a series of tweets eluding to the fact that his time as Cardinal was finished and then head coach Rick Pitino confirmed the news at his weekly press conference. Behanan was...Continue reading »