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Lukayus McNeil, a 4-star offensive tackle from Decatur Central High School, recommitted to the U of L football program tonight during his official visit to the school. McNeil, a 6-foot-7, 272 lb prospect from Indianapolis, Indiana, is one of 12 official visitors on campus and was previously committed to U of L before the coaching change. When coach Bobby Petrino took over after Charlie Strong left for Texas, he immediately went to work on the recruiting trail and the hard work by the staff has certainly paid off. Getting McNeil back in the...Continue reading »

(Sharieff Rhaheed, Photo – SCRIPPS) Louisville head coach Bobby Petrino and his staff are gearing up for what should be another massive recruiting weekend for the program. With National Signing Day rapidly approaching (it’s Feb 5th, to be exact), UofL is making one last huge run at a slew of impressive prospects on their home turf. As it stands this morning, the Cards are expected to welcome in 12 recruits. Here’s a quick breakdown: Sharieff Rhaheed (Fort Pierce, FL), OLB - Probably the biggest name left on the board, the...Continue reading »

Photo – si.com *Get ready to be sick of this stat as it will continue to be repeated for weeks; UofL is 17-0 against unranked teams and 0-4 against those who are ranked. *UofL once again faltered down the stretch, not looking like the seasoned, experienced team they are. The Cards came back from 17 and got up by 3, only to freeze up down the stretch.  Luke missed a rushed three off an offensive rebound (when the Cards were up one), Rozier fouled Kirkpatrick with 4 seconds left on the shot clock, and Trez committed a huge turnover in...Continue reading »

With National Signing Day less than one week away, many college football fans are taking to social media to try and use their best sales pitches to land coveted recruits from all over the country. I caught up with one recruit that will likely be going through the same pitches about a year from now in 2015 prospect, Surmondrae Williams. Williams just transferred to Miami Northwestern from Jackson high school for the 2015 season and is poised to showcase his skills. Northwestern has been very kind to the Cards of late, producing, Teddy Bridgewater,...Continue reading »

Coach Bobby Petrino and the Louisville football team will host a National Signing Day Party on Wednesday, February 5th at 5:30 p.m. in the Brown and Williamson Club. Admission to the event is free and open to the public. Here’s the official release from U of L. UofL head coach Bobby Petrino will introduce his coaching staff to the fans and present his 2014 signing class to the public. Petrino and the staff will show video and discuss each addition to the program. Informational sheets on each signee will be distributed to fans as they...Continue reading »

 (Photo – ESPN.com) It was announced earlier in the week that USC junior-to-be QB Max Wittek had opted to transfer from the school. He is eligible to graduate in the spring and plans to do just that, which will allow him to play immediately wherever he chooses to transfer. Could Louisville be among the schools he will consider? According to the USC blog Reign of Troy, it makes sense. Louisville Cardinals: In a trend with Fresno State and San Jose State, the Cards are having to replace an NFL arm in Teddy Bridgewater. Redshirt sophomore...Continue reading »

     Vs       Opponent: Cincinnati Bearcats Game Location: KFC Yum! Center – Louisville, Ky. Tip Off: 7:07 pm Record: 19-2 (8-0) Head Coach: Mick Cronin (8th Season) Conference: AAC TV: ESPN with Dave O’Brien and Doris Burke on the call Radio: 84-WHAS with Paul Rogers & Bob Valvano on the call Last Meeting: UofL 67, Cincinnati 51 – March 4, 2013 All-Time Series: UofL leads 55-42 (Cards lead 31-15 in Louisville) Spread: Louisville – 9.5 Officials: Tom Eades, Joe DeRosa and Bryan Kersey Starting Line-ups Louisville Russ...Continue reading »

(DeSean Blair: Photo – Florida Times Union) National Signing Day for football recruits is less than a week away, and as it currently stands, Louisville has 18 commits in the class of 2014. Of those commits, 3 are already enrolled in classes (LJ Scott, Trevon Young & Cameron Polk), and of the other 15, a good number of them are wavering/considering other options following Strong’s departure. In their 3 weeks on the job (or less, for some), the new Cards football staff has reeled in 2 commitments (OL Kelby Johnson & DB Shaq...Continue reading »

Louisville basketball signee Shaqquan Aaron is going to be a star folks. In the attached video below, Aaron goes between-the-legs with an alley-oop pass to his teammate for a dunk. Check it out.   VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 10.0/10 (3 votes cast)...

(Photo – USA Today) Although there’s only seven days to go until National Signing Day for college football, Bobby Petrino isn’t the only Louisville head coach out on the recruiting trail.  Rick Pitino has been has zig-zagged across the country over the last week or two and continues to make head-way with several top targets in the 2014 and 2015 classes. Here are the latest happenings on the basketball recruiting front: – Pitino made a visit to Huntington Station, New York to watch 2014 small forward Terry Harris. –...Continue reading »