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LSL, the only show in town that talks only UofL football, basketball, and recruiting is on ESPN 680 and ESPNLouisville.com tonight at 6:00.  The guys will bring on CBSSports.com’s Jerry Palm to discuss his projected BCS rankings and find out what must happen for UofL to defy steep odds and make it to the BCS Title game.  We will breakdown the the first Red-White game, preview Thursday night’s Rutgers tilt, and talk about how rowdy PJCS will be.  As always, we want you to be apart of the show, so hit us up at 267-9680 and on...Continue reading »

UofL announced that the next two games (Rutgers and UCF) are sellouts, making it five sellouts in a row for Coach Strong’s program.  Through three home games, Louisville is averaging 53,522 fans , good for 43rd nationally.  Additionally, if you are going to the game on Thursday and sit in the lower bowl, you will be getting a rally towel.  The atmosphere will be nuts Thursday night.   VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)...

Louisville forward Luke Hancock, the most outstanding player in last season’s NCAA final four, could return to practice within the next week. Hancock, a transfer from George Mason, has been sitting out the past few weeks battling an Achilles injury. Now, ESPN’s college basketball insider Jeff Goodman reported today that an MRI on Monday revealed that Hancock’s injury was nearly healed. Hancock said the injury has bothered him since last season, forcing he and coach Rick Pitino to be conservative as the 6-6 senior works his...Continue reading »

  We have to get used to – if we’re not already – hearing Tom Jurich and Charlie Strong’s names being mentioned with top jobs around the country.  While there aren’t many AD positions out there that could get Jurich’s attention, you’d imagine that Texas has the potential to be one.  Coach Strong of course turned down Tennessee last year, but has seen his name being thrown around (not seriously) as a possible candidate for the vacant USC job.  Sports Illustrated released their list of potential...Continue reading »

(Photo – US Presswire)   By now you’ve probably heard the term QBR (Quarterback Rating) when watching a college or pro football game. Typically it measures the performance and accuracy of a player during a given game. However, the folks over at ESPN have devised a more complex QBR system that takes into account a team’s strength of schedule and opponents’ defense, etc. The season-long rankings are designed to measure a Quarterback’s performance for all 12 games, through varying levels of competition. The...Continue reading »

The Cards started 9th in the preseason polls, soon rose to 6th/7th, then dropped to 8th after last week’s lackluster win over Temple.  Most Cards fans agree with Louisville’s ranking of 8 currently, but they will probably disagree with their low ranking of 11th in CBSSports.com’s projected BCS poll.  The BCS poll factors in a plethora of computer data as well as two human polls – the Coaches and Harris.  The Sagarin has the Cards highest at 8th while the Massey somehow slotted them at 27th.  Your guess is as good...Continue reading »

The ESPN Stats & Information folks released their first power rankings list and the group has UofL’s future conference 3rd, while their current league ranks 6th.  The ACC’s surge comes as a bit of a surprise, but the American’s spot at #6 does not.  According to the rankings, the ACC (74.7) is a good distance away from the SEC (95.7) and Pac 12 (89.1), but has a sizable lead on the Big 12 (62.3) and Big Ten (61.4).  Then – with a a huge gap – comes the AAC (37.2) who is enjoying a wide margin with the next...Continue reading »

Friend of LSL Andrea Adelson published an insightful piece on ESPN.com about how well the ACC has been doing this year and how the national pundits hold the SEC to a higher – and double – standard.  Headlined by #3 Clemson beating #7 Georgia and #13 Miami topping #17 Florida, the league is well on its way to earning some much needed national recognition.  In its first installment of conference power rankings, ESPN Stat and Information slotted the ACC 3rd, behind only the SEC and Pac 12.  However, while the ACC is gaining national...Continue reading »

  Louisville head coach Charlie Strong met with the media today and for his weekly press conference and gave updates on several injured players. The Cards have superior depth compared to past teams, but with Rutgers and Central Florida knocking on the door, they’ll need all the firepower can they get. Here’s the latest. DeVante Parker: The star junior wide receiver left the Temple game after sustaining a shoulder injury in the first half and is currently day-to-day as the staff treats his injury. “Parker will be evaluated...Continue reading »

(Photo – Nick Stover)   Despite a sputtering second half offense, the Louisville Cardinals defeated a hapless Temple team in Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday, 30-7, in front of hundreds of rabid fans (no, seriously). At times the Cards looked to be on cruise control but in the end it’s kind of difficult to really gain any perspective whatsoever on that win. The Owls are now 0-5 and didn’t seem like they put up much of a fight until the second half. Should the final score have been worse? Probably, but unlike most,...Continue reading »