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  This whole Silent-Out thing is getting on my last f–ing nerve. I’ve never seen a perceived slight get turned into such a ridiculous thing and get so blown out of proportion. Insecurities abound, the entire Clemson fanbase and media have taken this thing – for better or worse – and totally run with it. Bobby Petrino was even asked about it again this morning during the ACC coaches teleconference and Rick Bozich of WDRB just reported that multiple South Carolina based media outlets have requested audio of Petrino’s...Continue reading »

Your all UofL sports talk show is back tonight at 6:00 on ESPN 680/105.7 and ESPNLouisville.com talking all things Cardinal athletics.  The guys will preview the Clemson showdown and make fun of CU’s proposed “Silent Out”.  Clemson beat writer Aaron Brenner of the Charleston (SC) Post & Courier will join us to give us the Clemson perspective ahead of Saturday’s big game.  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:...Continue reading »

We’re smack in the middle of college football season, but it’s never too early to talk some hoops as the preseason publications are hitting the shelves. Athlon Sports always produces a quality product and this year is no different; in-depth previews, All-American teams, tournament predictions, and recruiting rankings make up this magazine.  Here’s a snippet of what they thought of Louisville and some of its players: *Louisville is ranked #9 and projected to make the Sweet 16 *Montrezl is a first team All-American (and in...Continue reading »

  It’s about that time of the year again when all the college basketball rags (and online subsidiaries) start to spring back to life and pump out their preseason predictions. Earlier today we told you how Yahoo Sports pegged the Cards 7th on their top-25 rankings, but this time it’s CBS Sports showing some individual love for one particular Cardinal. Junior forward Montrezl Harrell was named to CBS’ 1st Team All-American squad, marking the second consecutive year where a Louisville player earned such an honor (Russ Smith...Continue reading »

  Have the Tigers fans already “Clemsoned” all over themselves before Saturday’s kickoff? A proposed “Silent Out” has been created in response to Bobby Petrino’s comments in his Monday presser. Here’s what Petrino said. “To be real honest with you, it’s gonna be very similar to last week,” Petrino said. “That was a loud place. It was extremely, I don’t know if it can get any louder, even though the crowd wasn’t that big. On that first third down and everyone started screaming and yelling,...Continue reading »

Video courtesy of The Courier-Journal News came out yesterday that DeVante Parker has a good chance of playing.   Whether he catches a pass or not won’t matter; his presence on the field will be enough to divert attention away from UofL’s other receivers.  Additionally, DB Jermaine Reve made a quiet return last Friday against Syracuse, giving the Cards more depth in the secondary.  Coach Petrino was very complimentary of the Clemson program, but his comment about the crowd noise not being much different the Carrier Dome didn’t...Continue reading »

Yahoo! Sports’ Jeff Eisenberg released his “The Dagger” Blog’s preseason Top 25 as the Cards check in at #7.  As he does every season, Eisenberg details the best case and worst case scenario for each team.    The ACC has four teams in the Top 8 and five in the entire poll.  All UofL opponents include: #1 UK, #4 Duke, #6 UNC, #8 Virginia, #22 Ohio State, and #23 Syracuse. 7. LOUISVILLE Last year’s record: 31-6, 15-3 Key returners: F Montrezl Harrell, G Terry Rozier, G Chris Jones, F Wayne Blackshear, F/C Mangok...Continue reading »

The ACC Digital Network gets you ready for the Louisville-Clemson tilt. In a rather under-the-radar kind of way, news broke that Louisville and UK extended their football series to 2019.  The two teams will continue to play on the last game of the season.  Your Cardinals have won three straight and lead the modern series 12-8. The most recent extension to the contract, dated July 1, 2014 and signed by both athletic directors, continues the Kentucky-Louisville series on the last game of the regular-season: Nov. 25, 2017 in Lexington, KY Nov....Continue reading »

  “All indications are that he’ll play.”, Bobby Petrino said today during his Monday presser. He, being star wide receiver DeVante Parker. How do you replace an all-american and likely first round draft pick? Well, you don’t, and the Louisville offense has missed Parker’s production immensely. “It’s not something that I’m used to, not being able to go out and call plays freely and throw deep. We’re not there yet.“, Petrino added. Parker will alleviate that. Just google image search his name...Continue reading »

When Gerod Holliman signed with UofL, he was mentioned as an impact player that could possibly crack the two-deep as a true freshman.  He battled through various situations from academics to injuries while playing sparingly in 2012 and 2013.  This season however, Holliman has emerged as one of the nation’s best in the secondary, currently leading the nation in interceptions with 7.  What’s more impressive is that he has three more picks than the next guy in second place.  As the Cards begin their much tougher second half schedule,...Continue reading »