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  The only show in town dedicated to talking solely UofL football, basketball, and recruiting is back tonight at 6:00 on ESPN 680 and ESPNLouisville.com.  The guys will speak to UofL DB coach Terrell Buckley to get an inside look at the staff’s transition to UofL and a preview of spring ball.  We’ll also discuss the Cards’ remaining schedule As always, we want you to be a part of the show, hit us up at 267-9680 and tweet the show @LvilleSprtsLive.  VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)...

Photo – AP The Courier-Journal caught up with All-World Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater a couple of weeks ago and now WDRB’s Rick Bozich followed up with the superstar.  He continues to train at IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL, working tirelessly to become the #1 Draft pick in May’s NFL Draft.  This piece details his daily routine and his work ethic displayed while working with former Heisman Trophy winner Chris Weinke.  You simply can’t get enough of Teddy. Bridgewater has his plan. Bring your running shoes and energy...Continue reading »

Photo – AP It was discussed last week at the ACC’s winter meetings but wasn’t voted on.  However, the ACC appears to be inching closer to a 9-game conference schedule.  According to CBSSports.com’s Jeremy Fowler, over half of the ACC’s ADs are in favor of the move.  They know that with more league games comes the increasing possibility of an ACC Network, thus more money. As far as Louisville is concerned, this plan would basically ensure the Cards playing a College Football Playoff-worthy schedule on an annual...Continue reading »

Photo – 247Sports National Signing Day was last Wednesday, but Coach Petrino and staff aren’t done recruiting as they landed 3-star DT Tae Thibodeaux from New Iberia, LA.  The staff zeroed in on him last week and got him to visit campus this Sunday and Monday.  This morning he tweeted out that he would sign with UofL tomorrow.  Thibodeaux, a 6’2 270 lb. DT, was a late bloomer his senior year as he grew two inches and gained about 25 pounds in the summer or 2013.  He visited Wake Forest and received an offer from Arkansas...Continue reading »

(Photo – Associated Press) A few days ago we posted about Greg Brown likely being named as the final addition to the UofL football coaching staff and today Bobby Petrino made it official. Brown, who was part of the Alabama staff this past season where he served as the secondary coach under Nick Saban, will replace Clint Hurtt (and Brian Jean-Mary, later) as the school’s recruiting coordinator and will also coach the safeties. Brown spent two seasons prior to Alabama as the defensive coordinator for Colorado and also held that same...Continue reading »

(Photo – Timothy Easley / AP) After years of navigating their way through the toughest conference in America (the former Big East, as it were), the University of Louisville men’s basketball team now finds itself in some strange and uncharted waters. I think most college hoops analysts and aficionados believed that the inaugural season of the American Athletic Conference would provide the backbone for perhaps the 4th or 5th best league in the country (behind the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12 and possibly the Pac 12), but as it stands today,...Continue reading »

(Photo – Ballard Athletics) As a Ballard alumnus and someone who has a pretty good grasp on the hoops environment of the school, what Quentin Snider did yesterday is nothing short of remarkable. I’m 35 and, in my lifetime, there have been four guys that really stand out in my mind as legendary Bruins. DeJuan Wheat is right up near the top, Mark Bell isn’t far behind and Mozell Peterson (who, unfortunately, never got to fulfill his career at Wisconsin after a terrible knee injury his sophomore season) was also on that same...Continue reading »

Photo – Miami Herald As we close out the week that featured National Signing Day, here’s one last look from a national perspective at Louisville’s 2014 recruiting haul.  College Football News – part of the Scout.com network – ranked the class 45th nationally and 8th in the ACC. Interestingly, this class ranks 6 spots higher than Strong’s 2013 class (51st) and one spot below his 2012 haul (44th). Team Concerns For 2014: Running the ball with greater effectiveness. Now that QB Teddy Bridgewater is no longer...Continue reading »

Another National Signing Day has come and gone and fan bases from Florida to California are jubilant, pugnacious or somewhere in between due to the decisions of young men still still yet to go to their senior prom. I’ll be the first to admit that I probably get a little too animated and caught up in high school football recruiting but have learned in the twelve years that I’ve really been involved, not to get too upset or high on the number of four and five star kids that sign that coveted national letter of intent to join my beloved...Continue reading »

Yesterday the coaches of the ACC gathered via teleconference to discuss the possibility of the league moving to a 9-game league schedule.  Of the five power conferences, three (Big Ten, Big 12, and Pac-12) are already playing 9 conference games annually. Most assume that the SEC will follow suit by 2016 with their new network airing this August.  The ACC is discussing this dynamic again because they are in the beginning stages of exploring their own network as well. If you remember, the ACC decided to go the 9-game route after Pitt and Syracuse...Continue reading »