Scroll to Top

photo – USA TODAY ‘Trez will be flying high in the paint for the Cards in the upcoming season. Our Louisville Cardinals are the defending national champions and should be the top team heading into next season. (The lowest UofL has been in ranked in the preseason is #7 in Lindy’s which should be thrown out due to ignorance). While the Cards lose a leader like Peyton and an intimidating force in the middle like Gorgui, the bulk of the roster returns with talented additions coming in.  For the 2013-14 season, the Cards return...Continue reading »

(photo – 247Sports) Over the weekend in the latest episode of “As the Recruiting World Turns,” 5-star lead guard Jaquan Lyle, considered by many to be the blue chip of Louisville’s 2014 recruiting class, opted to re-open his recruitment. It was a move that stunned many Cards fans, as he appeared to be 100% committed to Louisville and was consistently posting pics and positive comments about the team on his Twitter page. Lyle became the second member of the 2014 recruiting class to opt out of his verbal pledge, following...Continue reading »

Outstanding work, as always, from Mike Lindsay AKA Crums Revenge. Cards 27, Cayuts 13 Governor’s Cup 2013: Louisville 27 vs. Kentucky 13 from @CrumsRevenge on Vimeo. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 9.3/10 (3 votes cast)...

As you would expect, Louisville dropped some in several offensive statistical categories and rose in the defensive. The highest rankings include: -Tied for 4th in scoring defense -9th in passing offense -12th in total defense -20th in total offense VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 9.5/10 (2 votes cast)...

Photo – Ohio (2-1) Beat Marshall, 34-31 Eastern Kentucky (1-2) Lost to Coastal Carolina, 51-32 Kentucky (1-2) Lost to Louisville, 27-13 FIU (0-3) Lost to Bethune-Cookman, 34-13 Temple (0-3) Lost to Fordham, 30-29 Rutgers (2-1) Beat Eastern Michigan, 28-10 UCF (3-0) Beat Penn State, 34-31 South Florida (0-3) Lost to FAU, 28-10 UConn (0-2) Lost to Maryland, 32-21 Houston (2-0) Bye Week Memphis (0-1) Lost to MTSU, 17-15 Cincinnati (2-1) Beat Northwestern State, 66-9 Combined opponents’ record this week (4-7) Combined...Continue reading »

With the Cards sputtering in the first half against UK and not winning in impressive fashion, UofL stayed at #7 in the latest AP Poll.   Out of the 60 voters in the AP Poll, five of them didn’t put UofL in the Top 10.  Like last week, Scott Wolf of the Los Angeles Daily News ranked the Cards second (the highest of any voter), Sam McKewon of the Omaha World-Herald and Brent Axe of the Syracuse Post-Standard voted them 5th.  Meanwhile, Chadd Cripe of the Idaho Statesmen is once again vying for the week’s worst voter award, ranking...Continue reading »

Photo – USA TODAY For the third straight year, the Governor’s Cup trophy will stay in Louisville, where it belongs.  Here’s a little reading for you to enjoy on Louisville’s latest win over UK. *WDRB’s Eric Crawford says there weren’t many style points According to U of L athletic director Tom Jurich, Strong rolled into the locker room after the game and told his team: “You didn’t play your best, but you’re not supposed to be your best in the third game of the season. We will get better....Continue reading »

*It wasn’t pretty, but the Cards move to 3-0 and beat UK for the third straight time to run their modern series advantage to 12-8 including 8-4 in Lexington. *The defense played well for virtually the entire game, forcing 3 turnovers, pressuring the QB, and locking up Kentucky’s WRs (the D gave up 376 yards). *The offense and play-calling in the first half was awful.  The team looked flat and predictable and had several QB-WR communication breakdowns. *Teddy was off his game, but settled down in the second half to go 16-28 for...Continue reading »

In a surprise twist late last night, the headliner of Louisville’s 2014 recruiting class, 5-star lead guard Jaquan Lyle, announced via Twitter he decided to decommit from the Cards. It was first reported by Yahoo! Sports Pat Forde, and Lyle later confirmed it on the social media platform. Ranked #19 on 247Sports’ composite list and #6 shooting guard, Lyle will now look elsewhere for his college destination. This comes right on the heels of former point guard commit Quentin Snider committing to John Groce and Illinois. It is head-scratching...Continue reading »

(photo – YouTube) The 7th ranked Louisville Cardinals received numerous accolades in the preseason following their upset Sugar Bowl win over Florida this past January. Among the players recognized were RBs Senorise Perry and Dominique Brown (Doak Walker Award watch list for nation’s top RB) as well as tight end Gerald Christian (John Mackey Award watch list for nation’s best TE). Of course, as the season enters week 3, QB Teddy Bridgewater has established himself as arguably the frontrunner for the Heisman Trophy. Now, not...Continue reading »