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Quentin Snider Headlines the Current 2014 Cards Recruit Class   247Sports released their new composite team and player recruiting rankings for the class of 2014 today, and fans of the Louisville Cardinals should be very pleased with what they see. The Cards currently have 2 players committed at the moment, Ballard point guard Quentin Snider (ranked 26th) and Seattle shooting guard Shaqquan Aaron (ranked 30th), but those 2 were considered highly enough to give the Cards the #4 spot in the new team rankings. North Carolina (3 top 15 players) gets the top spot followed...Continue reading »

The Cards will be wearing their Houston Astro-like jerseys against Vanderbilt today. *The Cards lead the series, but there is still work that needs to be done The Cardinals emerged with a 5-3 victory over the No. 2 national seed Commodores — their first win at Vanderbilt in 14 tries dating back to 1971 — and inched within nine innings of the school’s second trip to the College World Series. But U of L isn’t making travel arrangements just yet, with at least one game to go in the best-of-three super regional. “It creates momentum going into Game 2,” first...Continue reading »

Bruce Feldman fielded some college football related questions on Friday, and one user submitted the question buzzing around in the Louisville community; what will the Cards have to do to leapfrog a 1-loss SEC team or another top ranked team from a power conference to earn themselves a BCS title bid? Here’s Feldman’s answer. The Cardinals are going to need a lot of help if they have any shot of getting into the top two to make the BCS national title game. First, obviously the Cardinals need to handily beat everyone on what, on paper, looks like perhaps the...Continue reading »

photo – nbcconnecticut.com As the Cards join the ACC in 2014, talk of a potential ACC Netowrk continues to heat up.  ESPN’s senior vice president of college sports programming Burke Mangus mentioned UofL as one of the catalysts in making the ACC the best basketball conference ever. Q: How significant was the ACC Grant of Rights deal in which the schools tied their media revenue to each other? “It’s a big deal. I think they recognized in order to quell the conversation — real or imagined — about their perceived instability, they...Continue reading »

Photo – 247 Sports Louisville head coach Rick Pitino raised more than a few eyebrows during his Tuesday press conference when he informed the media that incoming freshman Terry Rozier had still not reported to campus. The other three incoming players, freshmen Anton Gill and Akoy Agau and Junior College transfer Chris Jones have all been on campus for over a week now. Pitino hinted that he was confident that Rozier would be on campus the following day (Wednesday) but as of last night, the talented 5-star Ohio native was still a no-show in Louisville. However, as...Continue reading »

photo – gocards.com The folks at bcinterruption.com made the compelling case for the ACC to switch the annual crossover game for Louisville from UVa to Virginia Tech.  If that move were ever to be made, UofL fans would certainly be happy to see it as the Cards and Hokies have at least some football history between each other playing a total of seven times.  (The Hokies lead the series at 5-2).  Besides, who wants to wait until 2020 to see Louisville pay VT  back for the Dumervil stomp in the 2005 Gator Bowl? When Louisville joins, it will be the second most...Continue reading »

Looks like the Cup is gonna stay in Louisville another year   The Golden Nugget hotel and casino in Las Vegas has released their annual “games of the year” lines for the 2013 season and they’ve pegged Louisville as a 14-point favorite over Kentucky. The odds are a collection of games ranging from the opening weekend all the way to the end of the season in early December. It’s the unofficial start to the college football betting season and allows the degenerate gamblers to come out of hibernation and potentially blow their kids college funds...Continue reading »

Here’s the cover….. Surprised that Teddy and/or something Sugar Bowl related wasn’t on the cover. However, you gotta like how the AAC logo is barely noticeable. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 10.0/10 (1 vote cast)...

“They really like my game,” Siva told reporters about conversations he’s had Wizards team president Ernie Grunfeld and head coach Randy Wittman. “I’m able to defend, run the pick and roll — they said that was one of my strong points.” AJ Price is not good enough for the long term future of the Wizards. Siva, an national title winner and gunner from Louisville could become that permanent guy. Add in the fact that he’s as fiery as they come, can knockdown clutch shots plus, he’s already friends with John Wall —...Continue reading »

Okay, there is no comparison here.  2013′s slate is basically C-USA 2.0 and features  just two games to get excited about; Rutgers and Cincinnati.  Meanwhile, the 2014 move to the ACC will put UofL into a totally different stratosphere.  Let’s see how drastic the difference will be within the next couple of years 2013  HOME: Ohio, Eastern Kentucky, FIU, Rutgers, UCF, Houston, Memphis ROAD:  Kentucky, UConn, South Florida, Temple, Cincinnati -Ohio is coming off a 9-4 season where they beat Penn State and won the Independence Bowl -Cincinnati finished...Continue reading »