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  Following the close of the final live evaluation period of the summer, 5-star Florida-based shooting guard Antonio Blakeney has decided to trim his list of schools to seven. Louisville head coach Rick Pitino followed Blakeney all throughout the Peach Jam last week and then was front and center for all of his games here in town this past weekend at the AAU Nationals. The Cards, along with Florida State, Missouri, Oregon, Kentucky, LSU and USC, comprise his final list. The most glaring omission has to be Florida, as the Gators and Billy...Continue reading »

Tim Bonner, a 6’5 225 lb. DE from Demopolis, AL is the latest commitment to Petrino’s 2015 class.  Bonner had offers from Kentucky and Mississippi State among others.  He was on campus last week and left with an offer.  He visited Lexington the week before, but since he wanted to have a successful college career, he made the wise choice by selecting Louisville.  He currently doesn’t have a ranking, but will likely be a 3-star once he is graded.  You can view his highlight reel here. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating:...Continue reading »

ESPN is hosting every head coach from the five power conferences and for today and tomorrow, it’s the ACC’s turn.  Coach Petrino visited with several ESPN television, radio, and print media members today.  He’s made appearances on SportsCenter, ESPNU’s Media Day, and the Freddie Coleman Show.  Other ACC coaches making the roaunds in Bristol are Larry Fedora, Jimbo Fisher, Paul Johnson, and Mike London.  Here’s a snippet of what he’s been talking about.   VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/10...Continue reading »

Louisville junior forward Montrezl Harrell had a decent chance to be a lottery pick in this year’s NBA draft, however, it wasn’t guaranteed he would crack the top 15. After talking with scouts and GM’s Harrell decided to return to Louisville, and for good reason. Harrell wants to lead Louisville to another deep run in March and to also improve his draft stock. Well, Louisville fans are glad to have him back. The KFC Yum! Center and the Cards’ opponents on the road? Who knows? It just depends whether or not the facilities’...Continue reading »

The announcement last week of yet another QB coming into the fold forced a lot of fans to ask the question, “What are we going to do with all of these quarterbacks?”  The addition of Washington State transfer Tyler Bruggman raised the total number of signal callers on scholarship to seven.  If you count walk-ons Ethan Horton and Reggie Green that are also on the roster, that number goes to nine.  Based on the comments Coach Petrino has made this summer, he really likes Will Gardner and incoming freshman Reggie Bonnafon.  He...Continue reading »

*Phil Steele came out with updated bowl projections; has Louisville playing Washington in the Sun Bowl. *UofL’s commitment list is here.  Per, 3-star prospects Chris Cunningham and Evan Mallory could be making their decisions soon and both really like Louisville. *Currently, there are 22 Cards on NFL Training Camp rosters. *Video mentions Senorise Perry, now with the Chicago Bears. (around 3:45) *Video of Damian Copeland catching a TD pass in training camp. (around 4:40) -Shout to ‘nyccard’ on reading »

Coach Stoops’ absence from this week’s Governor’s Cup luncheon in Louisville was probably blown out of proportion.  The UK coach not electing to go doesn’t translate into the series not continuing.  On Wednesday, Coach Petrino said once again that he’s in favor of always playing UK no matter when the game is scheduled. “I definitely would like to keep playing it,” Petrino said. “I hope we continue it. We took it away from the first game of the season, but to be on rivalry weekend, I think it’ll...Continue reading »

ESPN’s Andrea Adelson listed the top revenge games for the upcoming college football season on the ESPN ACC blog and Louisville’s home opener against Miami made the list. Other games included were Duke-Virginia Tech, Boston College-Syracuse, and North Carolina-East Carolina. Here’s the full blurb on the Cards and Canes. Miami-Louisville: The Hurricanes are still smarting from their embarrassing performance in a 36-9 loss to the Cardinals in the Russell Athletic Bowl. Revenge could be served up in Week 1.  VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please...Continue reading »

  I guess when it’s the offseason it’s fun to debate random topics, come up with hypothetical shit and pick winners and losers before a single game is even played. Makes sense, huh? Not really, but I suppose it just lends further credence to the fact that people are starving for the fall and, with it, the start of football. As such, here’s another set of rankings to get upset about, even though it’s fairly mundane and really doesn’t mean anything at all. Sports On Earth has compiled a listing of the top 100...Continue reading »

  Don’t say we didn’t tell ya. When you hire Charlie Strong – and he brings offensive coordinator Shawn Watson with him – you best be prepared for some narrow wins and a less-than-exciting brand of football. Now, the payoff is certainly worth it in the end, especially if, ya know, you enjoy winning games and stuff. But with those wins will come narrow senior night victories against Memphis, asleep-at-the-wheel wins over Temple and second-half-collapses at home vs Central Florida. And, as star UofL wide receiver...Continue reading »

  Louisville head coach Rick Pitino and his assistants have made 5-star shooting guard Antonio Blakeney a priority for over a year now and there’s no signs of a let-up in sight. The staff relentlessly tracked the 6’5, Sarasota, Fl., based scorer every single day at the Peach Jam last week and yesterday Pitino was front and center for all three of his games at the Fair and Exhibition Center. And, as is usually the case, Blakeney did not disappoint. Drawing by far the largest crowed of any player on hand, Blakeney almost delivered...Continue reading »

On this edition of LSL, they guys cover a broad range of topics, from ACC football with David Teel to UofL basketball with staffer David Padgett, and UofL hoops recruiting with the C-J’s Steve Jones. With David Teel: -Why the ACC Network will happen in 3 years -Analysis of the ACC Kickoff predictions -How Louisville fits in this year -Must-see venues for road trips to Clemson, Syracuse, and Virginia With David Padgett: -How the team is progressing during summer workouts -Who the strongest players on the team are -His thoughts on the...Continue reading »

Your all UofL sports talk show is back today at 6:00 on ESPN 680/105.7 and with a two-hour long summer show.  The guys will be talking some ACC football with David Teel of the Newport News, VA Daily Press as well as basketball with Louisville assistant vid coordinator (and former player) David Padgett. Also on the table: Forecastle, disgusting bathroom habits, calculus and whatever else is on your mind.  To be a part of the show, hit us up at 267-9680 and tweet us at @LvilleSprtsLive.  VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating:...Continue reading »