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Leading Louisville wide receiver James Quick has been suspended indefinitely by Head Coach Bobby Petrino for a violation of team rules. Unspecified reasoning at the time it was announced, Jared Stillman of ESPN Louisville 680 tweeted this shortly after news broke. This is is the second violation this season for Quick as he was also suspended prior to the start of the season and had to work his way back into Petrino’s lineup. We aren’t likely to get an update until Petrino’s Monday presser. Louisville loses DeVante Parker...Continue reading »

  Bouncing back from a gut-wrenching come-from-behind defeat at the hands of a team who was down 21 points in the first half is easier said than done, but it is something that separates the strong-minded teams from the mentally weak. Saturday night at Boston College, Louisville will take the test to determine just what kind of team they are. There is no doubt the Cards were emotionally affected by the Florida State letdown (any team would be), but there is no time to let a loss like that linger. Allowing a loss like that to stick with...Continue reading »

Rewind back to the spring when UofL had just two verbal commitments for the 2015 class.  Many in CardNation were worried that Petrino’s baggage was hampering efforts to entice players to come to Louisville and play in the ACC.  Mike Hughes, publisher of, did his best on our radio show to calm fears about recruiting being a bust, saying repeatedly to wait and see.  Coach Petrino remained confident that recruiting would pick up at a successful clip too, saying that once the prospects see the play on the field, they’ll...Continue reading »

Traveon Samuel, a high 3-star prospect from Alabama broke his fibula in last night’s playoff game and will be out six weeks.  Samuel had put together a stellar senior season and continued to receive interest from SEC schools during the last few months.  Per Recovery time for the injury is typically about six weeks. The 5’9 Samuel had a 19 yard touchdown reception before his injury. A 247Sports three-star recruit, Samuel visited Louisville for last week’s game against FSU. He plans to graduate from Central...Continue reading »

“Bowl eligible” is term that we’ll hear from the rest of the season.  Courtesy of Matt Sarzyniak, here’s a list of bowl eligible teams heading into today’s action.  As far as the ACC is concerned, there are seven teams who will go bowling so far and all but Wake Forest are still  in play to go to the postseason.  Last year, the ACC put an NCAA-record 11 teams into the postseason and to date, there’s still the potential for that to happen again in 2014. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/10 (0...Continue reading »

The guys spoke to’s Mike Hughes and’s Main ACC Blogger Andrea Adelson on the latest edition of Louisville Sports Live.  Additionally, we have sound from DC Todd Grantham explaining the Cards’ preparation for Boston College. With Mike: -The latest on 5-star Perry Dozier’s recruitment; where UofL stands and when he’ll announce his decision -What’s going on with Shaqquan Aaron’s eligibility issues -His thoughts on the Cards’ first exhibition game With Andrea: -Her assessment...Continue reading »

C.L. Brown, formerly of The Courier-Journal and now with put together this wonderful feature on what’s like being a Pitino and coaching basketball.  This unique father-son coaching duel takes to the national scene next Friday when Louisville and Minnesota play each other next Friday in Puerto Rico.  What’s more interesting than the Pitino-Pitino match-up is the fact the UofL and UM will be traveling together on the same chartered flight.  Minnesota is coming down on Tuesday when both Pitinos will hold a joint press...Continue reading »

Current St. X student Patrick McSweeney will get to play in his first college game a little early.  The 15-year old is battling leukemia so Bellarmine Head Coach Scotty Davenport devised a plan to give this youngster the opportunity of playing in the Yum! Center against his favorite team this Sunday.  Exhibition games aren’t usually filled to capacity, but for this year’s UofL-BU clash, it’s likely to be filled to the rafters.  Kudos to all involved for making this wonderful opportunity a reality for Patrick.  God bless...Continue reading »

Your original all UofL sports talk show is tonight at 6:00 on ESPN 680 and 105.7 talking all things UofL football, basketball, and recruiting.  We’ll be joined by Publisher Mike Hughes to get the latest on the Perry Dozier recruitment and how Petrino plans to keep the momentum rolling with his 2015 class.  The guys will also bring on’s Main ACC blogger Andrea Adelson to preview the BC clash.  As always, we want you to be a part of the show, hit us up at 267-9680 and on twitter @LvilleSprtsLive.  VN:F...Continue reading »

Three Cards are on the Bleacher Report’s Midseason Top 50 NFL Draft board.  DeVante Parker checks in at 13th overall (second highest among WRs), Gerod Holliman is 21st overall (1st among FS), and Lorenzo Mauldin is 46th and 9th out of DEs.  It’s crazy to think that in just two games Parker made his way up this high.  There’s no doubt that be the end of the season, he’ll be near the top 10 overall and likely the top wideout.  Holliman and Mauldin have each made their case for becoming a first round pick as well. VN:F...Continue reading »

Sports Illustrated continued the trend of Louisville being a national top 10 selection in the numerous preseason polls out there.  Granted, Louisville must play A LOT better than they did in their exhibition to warrant this ranking, but in time they’ll prove worthy of it.  Here’s what the publication had to say about UofL. On April 14, Montrezl Harrell texted coach Rick Pitino, saying that he wanted to enter the NBA draft. Two hours later Harrell changed his mind. In those 120 minutes Louisville went from being a bubble team...Continue reading »

ESPN. Thursday night spotlight. Defending national champions. Defending Heisman trophy winner and crab leg connoisseur likely top 10 draft pick Jameis Winston leads the undefeated Florida State Seminoles into Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium. This game was circled the day schedules were released. Louisville donned in new showtime uniforms. The 2nd largest crowd in Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium, the record came in week one hosting the Miami Hurricanes. Bettors were favoring the Cards. The entire SEC, Lexington exempt, were in the Louisville corner....Continue reading »

5-star guard Perry Dozier, Jr. made his fifth and final visit to Louisville over the weekend and (of course) came away impressed with what he saw.  The 24th ranked prospect – according to – will talk over his college choices with his parents and will likely come to a decision by late this week.  There are plans in the works for him to announce his decision on Signing Day in a televised news conference.  The Courier-Journal’s Steve Jones caught up with Dozier’s father to get a recap on the visit to UofL’s...Continue reading »