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UofL is ranked 9th to start the season, and the USA TODAY Coaches Poll is a third of the equation of the BCS calculations.  We asked Coach Strong at the Governor’s Cup press conference if he would be placing an emphasis on scoring as many points as possible as to continue to move up in the polls.  It was a delicately worded question that had no mention of “running the score up” in an effort to see his mindset for the upcoming season from the offense.  He quickly shot that idea down saying that that they wouldn’t...Continue reading »

photo – hurricanewarriors.com This position is absolutely stacked with talent, especially over the last 25 years.  This list took some time to finalize because of so many game-breakers.  Again, criteria is based solely upon collegiate production. Here goes…. 5. J.R. Russell (2001-’04) 187 catches for 2,619 yards; 19 TDs.  This wide out was a play maker pure and simple.  On third downs, he was sure-handed and always moved the chains.  In the red zone, he was a touchdown threat.  He finished 3rd in school history in catches...Continue reading »

The festivities get underway at 6:00 on ESPN 680 and ESPNLouisville.com as the guys have a busy show ready to go talking UofL sports as they will welcome UofL commit Shaqquan Aaron to the program to discuss his summer, the Snider decommitment, and his plans for the future.  The Coaches Poll and UofL’s ranking will be debated and of course, we are still on Dyer Watch.  Join the only show in town dedicated to talking UofL football, basketball, and recruiting and give us a shout at 267-9680 and on twitter @LvilleSprtsLive. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please...Continue reading »

The C-J’s Steve Jones spoke to Quentin’s father Scott about this evening’s developments surrounding his son’s decommitment from Louisville. The interview was broad, ranging from how his indecision started to the family’s feelings on being UofL fans. Is he concerned that there are too many guards either committed or already on the team? I think it’s just kind of the thing where he doesn’t know where he’s going to fit in with them. I think he needs to kind of step back and see what kind of role everybody plays...Continue reading »

The talented 6’8 swingman had multiple impressive showings this summer at various AAU events.  Here’s the latest highlight reel from the future Cardinal. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 9.5/10 (4 votes cast)...

(photo – Courier-Journal) In a move that has stunned the Louisville fan base, Scout.com’s Evan Daniels has reported that top-30 overall player Quentin Snider has decided to re-open his recruitment. Snider himself addressed his decision via Twitter. Snider had been committed since his sophomore year at Ballard and until today, there had been nothing at all to suggest that he was wavering on his allegiance to Louisville. This is a good example of why it’s never wise to get too excited about a recruit until they are in uniform. So...Continue reading »

Photo – Detroit Free Press   Between this and the Michael Dyer saga, it’s probably safe to say expect the unexpected at this point. Things continue to change by the day, but the latest news out of Detroit appears to be at least somewhat promising for former Louisville point guard Peyton Siva. Selected 56th overall by the Pistons in last month’s draft, Siva looked to be on the outs with the team after they signed veteran point guard Chauncey Billups two weeks ago. Then yesterday, the team made what appeared to be another move that would all but...Continue reading »

photo – 247 Sports   Charlie Strong and the U of L football Cards have 22 commitments in the class of 2014. Of the 22, none of them are defensive tackles. It appears that the staff has zeroed in on landing at least two DT’s to complete the class and a few names are starting to pop up. One of them is 6-3, 295 pound 3-star Daniel Cage out of Cincinnati, Ohio (Winton Woods HS), who’s quickly becoming a top target on Louisville’s recruiting board. Cage is said to be down to Louisville, Michigan State, Tennessee, Florida and Cincinnati. Yesterday,...Continue reading »

                  Teddy will soon make it to #1 (photo- espn.go.com) Up first on the “top 5″ list are the signal callers; the guys who get the most pub or the most scorn.  This group, however, got well-deserved praise throughout their Cardinal careers.  The criteria here (and the following lists) are strictly what they did while on campus, hence no Johnny Unitas. 5. Dave Ragone (1999-’02) 685-1,180 58%, 8,564 yards; 74 TD – 29 INT.  This gutty QB is best known for helping to orchestrate the Cards’...Continue reading »

  Sports Illustrated’s national college basketball columnist Andy Glockner is in the middle of a series entitled “catching up” in which he takes an in-depth look at all the major conferences and outlines a favorite, a darkhorse, and a player to watch, etc. This afternoon he released his piece on the American Athletic Conference and, as expected, Louisville (and its players) were well represented. Glockner talks about Louisville being the favorite to win the conference, how UConn and Memphis should be their top challengers and he picked Russ Smith...Continue reading »