On July 1, 2014, the University of Louisville will enter a new era as they will officially enter the ACC. There will be plenty of change around the different programs, and a certain change will be plenty of new logos around campus that show “ACC.”
With all the change that is to come, we here at Cardinal Sports Zone have also decided to make a change, sort of like a fresh start. We have decided to get a new logo. You will see this on the website, our Twitter profile, our Facebook page, Instagram page, and anywhere else that you would find CSZ. A special shoutout to Tim Haag for making this awesome new design for us. You may know Tim as @UofLBirdsNest.
Along with the logo change, we have changed up a couple things on the site to make it even better for you. Our men’s basketball and football recruiting pages will be something for you to check in with pretty often. For the men’s basketball page, we will keep an updated list of the commits as well as recruits to watch. We won’t list every single player that the Cards make contact with, but just keep it simple with the ones that we believe have a real chance of ending up here. The football page will show the commits for 2015, transfers, other recruits to watch, and class rankings according to the four major recruiting sites.
By Paige Sherrard:
My journey to become a female Sports Reporter came out of nowhere. I was at my last Sigma Kappa Sorority Formal when one of the sorority advisors informed me of an opportunity to compete for a spot on a CN 2 sports show. The show was called KSTV… Matt Jones was the host. I knew of Matt Jones from his Twitter arguments with UofL fans and his hatred of UofL. His anti Louisville tweets were enough to motivate me to not only attend the KSTV Casting Call but to win the spot on the show. I wanted the chance to call out Matt Jones.
By Jeremy Wahman:
Wow a year has passed by already. It seems like just the other day that me Justin and Steve wanted to start our own site and break away from site we were working with. What was a mere idea turned into the movement we affectionately call CSZ.