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Iowa Elites was in attendance to catch some of Lyle’s best plays at the Big Strick Classic. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 8.8/10 (4 votes cast)...

photo — elevenwarriors.com Many college football experts have been bashing Louisville’s 2013 schedule. U of L fans are frustrated with the schedule and, yes, the athletic department is frustrated too. We’re all frustrated about it. But it’s outside of the university’s control. Louisville wants (and tries) to play the big boys,  so it’s hard to fault them for all the scheduling short-comings over the last few years. The Cards have worked out  agreements before but many of the powerhouse...Continue reading »

Coach Bedford and Coach Watson both spoke for over 30 minutes each on Media Day and offered up some good insight into fall camp and the upcoming season. Defense *Lorenzo Mauldin continues to impress; he doesn’t know what ‘slow down’ means. *DeAngelo Brown and Jamaine Brooks are still hurt, but are ahead of schedule and will play this season. *Preston Brown has emerged as a leader both with his play and vocally. *Jermaine Reve is one of the best tacklers on the team, that’s why his playing time has increased. *Charles...Continue reading »

Update: According to Howie Lindsey of Cardinal Sports, Louisville will not pursue Najee Murray. Just confirmed that Louisville will not recruit Najee Murray, the DB dismissed from Ohio State. — Howie Lindsey (@howielindsey) August 10, 2013 End of Update According to Eleven Warriors, a reputable Ohio State blog, OSU sophomore defensive back Najee Murray has been dismissed from the team due to violation of team rules. Murray was a four star and the #20 defensive back in the nation coming out of high school in 2012. Here is some more info...Continue reading »

  On this episode, the guys brought on USA TODAY’s college sports writer Dan Wolken. and B.J. Payne, the high school coach of the Cards’ newest commitment, Poona Ford. They also discuss the first two days of fall camp and who has stood out. With Dan: -His response to our questions about his tweet that Strong is “a coach not a therapist” -He said he’s “not buying” Strong being a mentor and improve the life of Dyer -The outlook on Louisville’s 2013 season; where he would rank UofL in the preseason -National...Continue reading »

They are teasing us with a “Blackout” regarding those black pants…. *FOX Sports says Teddy Ballgame is the anti-Johnny Football That’s why it was so striking Thursday that, within an hour of when college football’s best NFL quarterback prospect, Louisville‘s Bridgewater, was pushing the NCAA’s longtime wholesome message, the head of the NCAA was sprinting away from it in fear. “At the end of the day,’’ Bridgewater said, “I don’t play college football for money or anything. I’m here for my education.’’ ...Continue reading »

(Petrino during his Louisville days. Photo – Bleacher Report) The relationship between Louisville fans and Bobby Petrino is iffy, at best. On one end, he turned a decent Louisville program into a top 10 team in 4 years, and on the other end…well…say what you will. Most will tell you (accurately) that he is a complete jerk, a sleaze ball and an adulterer who got what he deserved at Arkansas. He tried to leave every year he was here and used Louisville and continuously violated AD Tom Jurich’s trust. Karma is a (rhymes...Continue reading »

  At this point we know that Louisville is a preseason top-10 team, according to the coaches poll, and they’ve been picked to win their lone year in the AAC by virtually every publication we’ve seen up to this point. Last night CBS jumped on board and released their American Athletic Conference preview and, as expected, it was heavy on Louisville flavor. First, they picked the Cards to win the conference, though, they believe it will come down to the final week of the season when Louisville visits Cincinnati. They pick Teddy...Continue reading »

  Louisville wide receiver and local Trinity product James Quick has certainly garnered his fair share of attention as he prepares to start his collegiate career in a few weeks. He was a US Army All-American and one of the top 10 receivers in the country according to most scouting websites. Yesterday, during UofL’s annual football media day, offensive coordinator Shawn Watson said Quick, in addition to having blazing speed, just genuinely has a great football mind and will definitely be a part of the offense as a true freshman this...Continue reading »

LSL was lucky enough to grab Teddy for a few questions after the original media feeding frenzy died down.  Here’s what he had to say. LSL: What’s one game you’re looking forward to the most this year? Teddy: The first game. You have to take it one game at time.  Ohio will be a tough opponent.  We know that this season will be a process. LSL: What’s the toughest atmosphere you’ve had to play in at Louisville? Teddy: I want to say the Cincinnati game from last year and the South Florida game from last year because...Continue reading »