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The guys compared the talented Petrino rosters of the 2004 Liberty Bowl and 2006 Orange Bowl champs to the 2016 one and had fun remembering the studs from years past.   VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)...

Jeff Sagarin has been publishing college football computer ratings for over 30 years.  For most of that time I have applied his ratings to Louisville’s football and basketball schedules to project game-by-game results and to predict Louisville’s final regular season record. Sagarin releases multiple ratings which he calculates in different ways.  To project Louisville’s results I use Sagarin’s “Predictor” ratings.  These ratings are based entirely on the scores of previous games and I have found them to be his most accurate...Continue reading »

Officially Committed to the University of Louisville 🔴⚫️🔴⚫️ — Corey Reed Jr (@_CoreyReedJr) August 23, 2016 As expected, high 3-star WR prospect Corey Reed committed to UofL today.  The standout from last month’s “Light Up The Ville” camp held offers from Miami, West Virginia, and Wisconsin among others.  At the end of the month (August 31st, to be exact), UofL could receive another commit from another top target at wideout, Justin Marshall.  Marshall visited Tennessee a...Continue reading »

With UofL checking in at No. 21 in the preseason AP Poll, the fuel to the hype fire continues to increase.  Along with the Cards, three other ACC schools were ranked as well with Clemson at No. 2, Florida State at No. 4, and UNC at No. 22.  Late November opponent Houston checked in at No. 15 after their 13-1 Peach Bowl championship.  Your nationally ranked Louisville Cardinals start their season on September 1st against Charlotte. Where did you fall in our twitter poll regarding the rankings? The preseason @AP_Top25 poll is released tomorrow....Continue reading »

Our friend and resident collegiate apparel deal exper Matthew Kish of the Portland Sports Business Journal spoke to adidas North America President Mark King and got the scoop on what adidas, plans are for the future. “The Three Stripes” have seen a boom in sales due to the Yeezys, Ultra Boosts, and NMDs – three shoes that are almost impossible to find on the shelves due to the high demand. King’s effort to reconnect with U.S. consumers is working. Adidas’ U.S. footwear sales climbed 26 percent in the second quarter,...Continue reading »

The shoe and apparel war between adidas, Nike, and Under Armour never ends.  UCLA, who had been with adidas since 1999, left for Under Armour with an eye popping 15-year $250M+ deal. Wisconsin, who had been sponsored by adidas as well, parted ways with them and signed with Under Armour for the next 10 years.  In April of 2014, Louisville announced that they signed a 5-year, $39 million extension with adidas.  Still no word if UofL notified adidas on July 1st if they picked up or declined the option for 2018-19.  With that said, let’s...Continue reading »

The guys were joined by six experts – three from the national perspective and three from the local – to preview and predict what the Cards will do in the upcoming season.  In the first hour,’s Andrea Adelson and David Hale and ACC Reporter David Teel offered up their thoughts.  In the second, The Courier-Journal’s Steve Jones,’s Mark Blankenbaker, and’s Mike Hughes gave their take. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)...

  With a little over two weeks before the 2016 college football season commences, the Louisville football team conducted its final open practice for fans Tuesday morning. Here are some takeaways:   Jackson Inconsistent, but Impressive Nonetheless Tuesday was probably one of QB Lamar Jackson’s more inconsistent throwing performances of the summer, as he overthrew and threw behind his receivers a few times in each segment of practice. However, this should be of little concern for fans. When he was accurate on Tuesday (and there...Continue reading »

  Less than two weeks after securing a commitment from top center prospect Malik Williams, Louisville coach Rick Pitino has added top point guard Darius Perry to his growing 2017 recruiting class. Perry, who is ranked as high as 48th nationally by recruiting services, took an official visit to Louisville August 3rd and chose Louisville over his home-state program Georgia. He also held offers from Miami (FL), Florida State, Minnesota, Memphis, and Virginia Tech. Pitino tracked Perry closely throughout the AAU circuit this summer, and...Continue reading »

Former lady Cardinal and current WNBA superstar, Angel McCoughtry, is helping to lead her Olympic squad — with style. The USA women’s basketball team are putting together some of the most dominating performances of any team sport in the 2016 Olympics. The closest game for the USA women still resulted in a 26-point blowout of their competition. Through four games, they have yet to face a real test. On Friday versus Canada, in which the USA found themselves victorious in an 81-51 route, former Louisville standout Angel McCoughtry...Continue reading »

After an early morning conference call with ADs, the ACC remained in decided about increasing league games from eight to nine.  The other option is to remain at eight but schedule two Power 5 opponents.  Either way, UofL is good through 2020 as the Cards play Purdue and Alabama at neutral sites and Notre Dame at home and in South Bend the following year – in addition to beating UK annually. But after this recent deadlock, the league needs to adopt the 8 + 2 model.  The two major reasons for this are the four schools who have the yearly...Continue reading »

  Legendary former Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater began his third season with the Minnesota Vikings the same way he spent most of his 2016 campaign: running for his life. Bridgewater, who was the most unfairly criticized QB in the 2014 NFL Draft Class by embarrassingly wrong draft pundits, has proven his doubters wrong in his first two seasons in the NFL. After being named the Pepsi 2014 NFL Rookie of the Year, he made the Pro Bowl his second season after helping lead the Vikings to the playoffs. However, despite his best effort, he...Continue reading »

  Teddy Bridgewater will be playing as close to Louisville as possible tonight when he and the Minnesota Vikings visit the Cincinnati Bengals in their first preseason game.  Bridgewater probably won’t play more than a quarter, but this gives UofL fans a chance to see him play in person once again.  He remarked about being close to home once again during practice this week. With an upgraded offensive line including new acquisitions Andre Smith and Alex Boone as well as a legitimate #1 WR target in Laquon Treadwell, Bridgewater...Continue reading »