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Photo – AP I don’t know why “analysts” are seemingly jumping on the bashing Bridgewater bandwagon recently, but in the latest mock drafts, Teddy has slid down to almost the middle of the first round.  Sports Illustrated and USA TODAY project Teddy to be picked 11th by the Titans in their most recent mocks.  While bashing might be a little too strong to describe what the so-called experts are saying about Bridgewater, it seems folks are trying make up negatives about him.  You know, I know, we all know that Teddy...Continue reading »

Photo – With the transfer of Georgia standout Josh Harvey-Clemons appearing imminent, the Cards will now have five impact players coming in from power SEC programs.  Four will be continuing their impact this year since Harvey-Clemons won’t be eligible to play until 2015.  (Ironically, in his first game with UofL, the Cards will be squaring off against SEC and national power Auburn in the Chick-fil-a Kickoff Classic and Harvey-Clemons was one of the two guys in the secondary who gave up the Hail Mary to Auburn...Continue reading »

Photo – The UofL defense has picked up a major player to add in 2015 as Georgia safety Josh Harvey-Clemons will be transferring in.’s Mike Hughes first reported that the 6’5 215 lb. 5-star athlete will enroll at UofL this summer.  He will sit out next year and be eligible in the fall of 2015.  UofL DC Todd Grantham played a big role in getting Harvey-Clemons on campus as he is extremely comfortable in his 3-4 scheme.  Coming out of high school in 2012, Harvey-Clemons was recruited by...Continue reading »

Photo – @GoCards Louisville legend (we can say that now, right?) Russ Smith was named KenPom’s most efficient player of the year for the second straight year.  Ken Pomeroy goes into detail about how Russ won the award again, giving us even more reason to shake our head about his late second round NBA Draft predictions. Congratulations to the winner of the 2014 player of the year award, Russ Smith of Louisville. Smith earned his second consecutive kPOY by posting a 114 offensive rating while using 31 percent of the Cardinals’...Continue reading »

Photo – AP Russ and Trez (assuming he goes) will hear their names called in June’s NBA Draft.  Luke Hancock hasn’t been listed on any mock drafts and will have to put in work to have a good showing in pre-draft workouts and/or the summer league to have a shot at making a roster.  There’s no doubt he can score the ball, but can he be adequate on defense?  Luke has shown toughness and the great work ethic to achieve a lot in his time at UofL.  That’s why it wouldn’t be surprising to see him get a shot...Continue reading »

At this point it’s pretty safe to say that Coach Bobby Petrino is an offensive genius. He’s a master at developing quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, etc. But one position that sometimes gets overlooked is the offensive line and, without a doubt, Petrino is second-to-none when it comes to building a physical, cohesive unit up front. Everywhere he’s been, he’s had success with it. During his first tenure at Louisville, six players heard their names called in the NFL draft. Now in his second stint with the Cards,...Continue reading »

(Photo – ESPN Insider Phil Steele joins to discuss his take on what he thinks the Projected Preseason AP Top 25 will look like for the 2014 college football season. Do the Cards fit into Steele’s projections with a new Head Coach and Quarterback? Check it out for yourself. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 8.2/10 (5 votes cast)...

Photo – USATI There are two terms synonymous with the off-season: ‘rebuilding’ and ‘reloading’.  When you look at what’s leaving the Louisville program, you’ll see that it favors the side of rebuilding.  There is another Top 10 class coming in, but losing the production and experience of the guys leaving will hurt. Notable Returning Players Chris Jones – 10.2 ppg; 96 assists; 43 made 4s; 77% FT Wayne Blackshear – 8.2 ppg; 3.1 rpg; 45 made 3s; 74% FT Terry Rozier – 7.0 ppg; 3.1 rpg;...Continue reading »

(Photo – ranks all the 128 FBS College Football head coaches for the upcoming 2014 College Football season and UofL Coach Bobby Petrino was pegged 16th best overall. Seems about right for now, but something tells me he’ll be trending upward after the next year or two. 16. Bobby Petrino, Louisville Record at Louisville: 41-9 (4 years, 2003-06) Career Record: 83-30 (9 years) Louisville’s Program Rank: No. 6 in the ACC, No. 29 nationally Petrino is a polarizing figure in college football. There’s...Continue reading »

For some strange reason, a Louisville student felt the need to deface his dorm room by hanging up a dirty UK flag – on UofL’s campus. However, his fellow dorm-mates took it upon themselves to exact revenge in a rather clever way after Kentucky lost to UConn last night.  Anyone stupid enough to do this heartily deserves this type of trolling.  Well done Unitas Tower. Photo –  reddit Be nice to those around you while you’re on the way up, and they’ll be nice to you when you’re on the way down. This photo,...Continue reading »

(Photo – The latest numbers are in from last nights NCAA Basketball Title game that found UCONN winning it’s 4th National Title over the University of Kentucky.  According to an article in, ratings where down from last years UofL/Michigan title game. NCAA Men’s Final Four Championship – CBS’ coverage of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament championship game averaged 17.8 million total viewers and a 6.0 demo rating on Monday night, down 14 and 20 percent from the fast nationals for...Continue reading »

Photo – With the spring game just a couple of days away, most UofL fans will get their first glimpse of the second Petrino Era.  That said, the transition over from the Strong regime continues to evolve.  Most notably, the practices have been at a much faster pace and the offensive scheme is getting much more complex.  Add in the fact that the program is switching over to a 3-4 alignment, and you can see that there is still a lot to get accomplished before September 1st. He now has his second chance to do right after Tom...Continue reading »

Photo – AP The second the NCAA Tournament ends, the early set of rankings are released for the following season. The Cards lose a lot of talent and experience, but still find themselves in the thick of it for next year.  ESPN and CBS were the first to release their rankings. ESPN 12. Louisville Cardinals The Cardinals are losing a ton. There’s Russ Smith, an All-American and the lead force on the Cardinals’ 2013 national title team. There’s Luke Hancock, the Most Outstanding Player of that Final Four. Stephan Van...Continue reading »