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(Photo – Mitch Deaver) Junior College QB Pat Thomas has made things official and has signed with the University of Louisville. Thomas, 6’4, 185 lbs, played at Georgia Military Academy last season where he threw for nearly 1700 yards and 18 touchdowns. A dual threat QB who’s just as effective scrambling outside of the pocket as he is throwing from inside it, Thomas visited UofL last week and ultimately chose the Cards over UAB, Troy and South Alabama. While, admittedly, he doesn’t exactly hold the craziest offer sheet,...Continue reading »

(Photo – In an article by College Football Talk, it appears that there’s plenty of discussion going on about the model in which the ACC Network would follow once it launches. Given the additions of UofL and Notre Dame, the story discusses how the ACC may have more potential TV markets than any other conference. The ACC also owns more top 30 markets than any other league nationwide. Working with ESPN to get an ACC Network launched would follow the model that was used to get the SEC Network up and running. An...Continue reading »

(Photo – According to 5Dimes Sportsbook, the Cards have opened as a very early 3.5  point favorite against its first ACC opponent, Miami. The game will be played on Monday, September 1st (Labor Day) in Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. In an article on, the offshore online book has already posted point spreads for the first week of the season, 4 months early. Remember, this is for entertainment purposes only kids. Wake Forest (-7.5) at UL Monroe Mississippi (-8.5) vs Boise State (Atlanta) Texas A&M vs...Continue reading »

(Photo — Louisville offensive line recruit Chandler Jones, from McEachern High School in Powder Springs, Georgia, will announce his college decision tomorrow night at 7 p.m. ET. Jones, who visited the Cards’ junior day three weeks ago, will pick between Louisville and Syracuse. He is a high school teammate of incoming U of L freshman linebacker Henry Famurewa. Here’s the announcement from Jones on twitter. Prayed about it talk to my parents and bros im ready I will be committing on Friday at 7pm stay tuned —...Continue reading »

(Photo – Keith Srakokic / AP) Before getting started, I want take a quick second and throw a disclaimer out there. I have and always will think it’s incredibly ludicrous and cocky of the rather substantial percentage of UofL fans that have seen it fit to bash Charlie Strong on his way out of Louisville. Could he have handled some of the exit better? Of course. But, the fact is, we owe that man an indescribable debt of gratitude for what he did to completely resurrect the program. It always amazes me how quickly people seem to forget...Continue reading »

  The only sports talk show in town dedicated solely to talking UofL football, basketball, and recruiting is back tonight at 6:00 on ESPN 680/105.7 and  The guys welcome on ACC Commissioner John Swofford to discuss all things Louisville-ACC related.  We’ll also discuss the latest in football and basketball recruiting and the role new assistant Kenny Johnson will play moving forward.  As always, we want you to be a part of the program, hit us up at 267-9680 and tweet the show @LvilleSprtsLive. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please...Continue reading »

(Photo – Orlando Sentinel) For the first time in a very freaking long time, the Louisville hoops team will have a 7-footer on its roster. Actually, unless something unforeseen happens, they’ll have two on their roster. In an official University statement earlier today, UofL announced that Anas Osama Mahmoud was cleared and has officially signed with the school to become part of the 2014 class. Mahmoud committed to the Cards back in early March but had to get transcripts approved and cleared before he could actually ink with the...Continue reading »

(Photo – USA Today) After a few weeks of speculation, Rick Pitino and the University of Louisville have found their man. Former Indiana assistant Kenny Johnson was officially added to the staff yesterday and will replace Kevin Keatts who left to take the head coaching gig at North Carolina Wilmington. Here’s the video of his introductory press conference and the official media release from UofL. “We’re very excited to have Kenny in our program,” said Pitino. “The first thing I did when Kevin Keatts left...Continue reading »

(Photo On Wednesday’s ACC Football Coaches Spring Media Teleconference, Louisville head coach Bobby Petrino talks about Will Gardner coming out of spring practice as the #1 QB on the depth chart and the importance of building depth at the QB position.   VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 10.0/10 (2 votes cast)...

Photo – One former Cardinal’s draft stock is supposedly falling while the other is on the rise.  However, Teddy Bridgewater and Calvin Pryor both garnered invites to attend May’s NFL Draft in New York City.  That means that both players are virtual locks to be selected in the first round.  Only Alabama and Texas A&M have more players invited (3) than Louisville does.  Could Teddy have the longest wait to hear his named called? Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville Perhaps the draft’s biggest enigma,...Continue reading »

(Photo – ESPN’s ACC writer Heather Dinich penned a story today about Michael Dyer being behind Brown right now in the deep Running Back rotation. But as Dinich explains that doesn’t diminish the expectations on him and his senior season. It seems like an eternity ago that running back Michael Dyer was named the offensive MVP of Auburn’s 2010 BCS national championship.  While time has not diminished Dyer’s accomplishments — 2,335 yards and 15 touchdowns during his two seasons at Auburn is still remarkable...Continue reading »

Photo – @GoCards As Cardinal fans, we paid our collective dues this year as UofL blasted through a lame duck year in the American.  Outside of UConn, Cincinnati, and Memphis, there wasn’t a whole lot to get excited about.  As Louisville navigates through its inaugural season in the ACC, the Cards will re-unite with old Big East foes Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, and Syracuse.  They’ll also begin to add to its storied history by playing fellow blue blood programs in Duke and North Carolina. From the ACC release: Dates, times...Continue reading »

(Photo – has ranked the Top 10 NCAA Basketball Title Games in modern history. The modern era being defined from 1985 when the tournament was expanded to 64 teams, therein making sure to screw all our brackets for the foreseeable future (all while Warren Buffet taunts us with his “Bracket Challenge” from some remote island….but that’s neither here nor there). The Cards come in at Number 7 in the modern day all time title list, and again at Number 10. Not too shabby to have 2...Continue reading »