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LSL is on tonight at 6:00 on ESPN 680/105.7 talking all things UofL football, basketball, and recruiting.  The guys will discuss Dozier’s decision, break down what Gardner’s injury means for the Cards the rest of the way, and preview the Minnesota match-up on Friday night.  As always, we want you to be a part of the program.  Hit us up at 267-9680 and tweet the show @LvilleSprtsLive.  VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 10.0/10 (1 vote cast)...

  In preparation for Friday’s match-up between Louisville and Minnesota, both Rick and Richard Pitino met with the media last night to preview the huge game. *Video courtesy of Crunch Zone VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 10.0/10 (2 votes cast)...

  As you all know by now, the Louisville hoops team will tip off the regular season this Friday night against Minnesota as part of ESPN’s Armed Forces Classic held in Puerto Rico. The game will technically be played inside the Hangar of a US Coast Guard base as opposed to an actual aircraft carrier like the past few seasons (a couple of those didn’t end so well as wind, rain and overall intermittent weather caused delays and a cancellation in the case of the Georgetown-Florida match-up last year). Anyway, just like they do...Continue reading »

  Incredibly sad news out of the Louisville football program today as the team announced that starting QB Will Gardner will miss the remainder of the season after re-injuring his right knee in a non-contact situation against Boston College. Gardner will have surgery in the next few weeks, though no date has officially been set. The redshirt sophomore has already torn the Anterior Cruciate Ligament in that same knee twice in the last four years and a third could potentially be career ending (though, it’s too early to jump to any...Continue reading »

  A college football record that has stood for 46 years is on the verge of falling, and outside the state of Kentucky, there has barely been a peep about it. After picking Boston College QB Tyler Murphy off three times Saturday night, Louisville safety Gerod Holliman elevated his interception total to 13 on the season. That gives him 4 more than any other player in the country and has him just one shy of tying the record set by former Washington DB Al Worley all the way back in 1968. Again, this is a record that has been held for nearly...Continue reading »

Once it became official that UofL’s all-world wideout DeVante Parker would be returning against NC State, most thought that he would ease himself back into the flow of things.  That was not the case.  Just as soon as he marched on the field against the Wolfpack, Gardner found him for a 39-yard slant.  Coach Petrino believes in “Feed the Studs” and with DeVante, that’s exactly he’s done.  Against NC State, he had 9 catches for 132 yards.  Against the reigning national champs, he hauled in 8 balls for 214 yards...Continue reading »

Louisville football has evolved over the last few years into a program. This is easy to see. But what else has changed is the uniforms that the team wears for the games. Charlie Strong was of the philosophy that you wore one thing for home games, and another for away games. That line of thinking has already been torn down this year starting with the first game of the year with the black out uniforms. In total, UofL has 3 helmets, 4 jerseys, and 4 pants to chose from just this year for their games. But, what would happen if you could vote for...Continue reading »

Barring anything crazy happening over the last few weeks of the season (yeah, right) or the teams listed next winning-out, FSU (13-0) will be going to the first ever College Football Playoff, Clemson (10-2) will be the ACC rep in the Orange Bowl and Duke (11-2) will probably head to the Russell Athletic.  If the Cards win out though, and/or Duke loses a game, would the Russell Athletic Bowl want to take Louisville again?  Quite possibly.  Notre Dame took an ‘L’ to Arizona State, removing them from Playoff contention, but they...Continue reading »

Louisville safety Gerod Holliman is having a pretty damn good year. Evidenced by his nation leading 13 interceptions, a new school record, and is currently more than, I can’t even believe this, 111 FBS teams. He is one interception shy of tying Al Worley’s record setting 14 picks back in 1968 (10 game season). Holliman is also the first player since 1991 to have more than 12 interceptions in a season. The last player to do so was Louisville DB’s coach Terrell Buckley. There’s been a lot of Twitter discussion promoting...Continue reading »

  The way a team bounces back from a tough loss reveals a lot about the character of the team, so Louisville’s game vs. Boston College this past weekend was pivotal in determining just what kind of squad Bobby Petrino was leading. The answer? The man has himself a strong-minded, resilient squad. While the Cards did reveal their character Saturday night in Chestnut Hill, it did not start out appearing like the revelation was going to be something that was going to make Louisville fans proud. Just as they did against Clemson at game’s...Continue reading »

It’s certainly not a surprise, but worth mentioning that UofL standouts Gerod Holliman and DeVante Parker were awarded Helmet Stickers for their performances against Boston College by’s ACC blog.  Holliman picked off three more passes, bringing his nation-leading total to 13, one off the NCAA single-season record.  Parker scored  his first TD of the season, a 29-yard strike from Bonnafon late in the second quarter. Louisville safety Gerod Holliman. What more needs to be said about Holliman? He had added three interceptions...Continue reading »

5-Star guard Perry Dozier will make his announcement this Wednesday afternoon at his high school.  Dozier’s father told that his son has trimmed his list down to two schools although he didn’t name them.  According to the 247Sports Crustal Ball, Louisville has been trending as 55% of the recruiting experts have predicted that he will choose UofL.  It’s not yet known if the announcement will be televised by ESPNU. According to his father and coach Perry Dozier, PJ Dozier is down to two schools and is pretty...Continue reading »

*The game of basketball was an afterthought today at the Yum when UofL faced off against cross-town foe Bellarmine.  Patrick McSweeney was introduced in the starting lineup, given a rousing ovation, and scored Bellarmine’s first points of the game. *View video of the moving intro and basket HERE. *From “It’s life lessons,” Davenport said. “I think that’s what athletics, that’s what college, that’s what growing up is all about. And our players learned a life lesson through...Continue reading »