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  On this show, the guys bring on recent football commit QB Ross Trail to get his thoughts on his commitment to UofL, Coach Strong, and his game.  During the interview we discuss: -Schools that were expressing interest him before he commited -What his meeting with Coach Strong was like -Who he models his game after -His skill set and what he does well Other show topics include: -Basketball recruiting updates with Lyles and Onuaku; time tables on commitments and what the chances are that Louisville lands them -As a UofL fan, do you pull for...Continue reading »

(Photo – Adidas via 247 Sports)   Chinanu Onuaku, one of the elite uncommitted big men in the 2014 class has decided to forgo a previously scheduled trip to Indiana and will now reportedly make a decision between Louisville and Miami (FL). Rated a 4-star prospect by virtually all the major scouting services, the 6-10, 220 lb center took an official visit to Louisville three weeks ago and many analysts believe the Cards lead for his services. Onuaku also held offers from the Hoosiers, Cincinnati, UConn, Maryland, DePaul and Georgetown...Continue reading »

(Photo – 247 Sports)   This video surfaced last night on Twitter and for good reason…..check out class of 2014 Football commit LJ Scott straight bowling through kids and also showing some incredible athleticism during a touchdown run last weekend during his homecoming game. Looks like the stable of UofL running backs is in good hands moving forward….. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 10.0/10 (1 vote cast)...

Photo – AP Chane Behanan turned away Calipari’s late advances and became a Cardinal, then a Champion.’s Rick Bozich published a historical piece on the basketball recruiting battles between UofL and UK since 1964 when the two schools went after Wes Unseld.  Other names from Rex Chapman all the way to Marquis Teague were courted by the two rival schools, and there’s been plenty of intrigue over the years. however, with the advent of social media and 24-hour recruiting coverage, this one could turn out to be...Continue reading »

  LSL is back tonight at 6:00 on ESPN 680 and talking all things UofL athletics.  We’ll discuss the conference slate ahead of the Cards as they try for perfection. We will speak to UofL’s newest football commitment QB Ross Trail.   We will analyze any scenarios that could remain for a BCS National Title game appearance and discuss the start of basketball practice this Friday.  Also, was there any way to avoid this mess of a football schedule?  As always, we want you to be apart of the show, hit us up at...Continue reading »

(photo – Bleacher Report) While Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater has slipped some in the latest Heisman Trophy polls due to a weak schedule and underwhelming performance at Kentucky, his NFL prospects are a different story. Both Mel Kiper and Todd McShay, ESPN’s top draft experts, have Bridgewater as their top QB prospect for the upcoming draft, and now Sports Illustrated’s Chris Burke joins them as he ranks Bridgewater not just the top QB prospect, but top prospect overall. 1. Jacksonville Jaguars: Teddy Bridgewater, QB,...Continue reading »

The last two national champions are battling each other once again for an elite prospect as 5-star big man Trey Lyles announced on Instagram that he is down to Louisville and Kentucky after eliminating Butler and Florida.   Most in the recruiting industry think that he is all but wrapped up for the evil empire, but in this crazy game of college basketball recruiting you never know.  Plus, it would be great to get them back from the Marquis Teague debacle.  To get a little more background, the Indy Star goes in-depth about his upcoming decision. Lyles,...Continue reading »

Photo – When Louisville joined the Big East in 2005, fans knew that a rivalry with West Virginia would soon spark because of the high-scoring offenses and the coaching staffs in place.  Both schools frequented the Top 20 and were becoming household names in the college football landscape.  The first game between the new conference mates saw UofL blow a 24-7 second half lead and bow out in three OTs, 46-44.  The following season UofL got payback and beat the Mountaineers 44-34 in what was arguably the biggest home game...Continue reading »

(Photo – AP)   Shouts to Mike Lindsay (Crums Revenge) from the Crunch Zone for another job well done….. Louisville 72, FIU 0 VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 10.0/10 (3 votes cast)...

(Photo – AP)   Overview: The nation knows – as does CardNation – that UofL has a really good football team.  How good?  Only time will tell, but while the Cards will get tests from Rutgers, UCF, and Cincinnati, the real answer will become known in the bowl game.  The schedule is weak and not too highly thought of by the Sagarin Ratings.  That won’t help UofL climb the rankings or gain national respect when teams from the power conferences play at least a couple of ranked teams throughout the year.  The whole...Continue reading »