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ESPN Contributor Makes FEARLESS Predictions

AP Photo/Garry Jones

AP Photo/Garry Jones

 

David Hale of ESPN.com was asked to make some fearless predictions this week. He came up with his top 10 for the ACC. To many outside of Louisville, Will Gardner will be a shock and an absolute treat to watch. His full story can be seen here. Here’s my fearless prediction for Will, 3500 yards passing. It would put him in 6th place all-time for a single season right behind my old teammate Chris Redman’s Sr campaign of 3,647. That’s about as fearless as I can get this season. It also may be due to the fact we are so close to football I can taste it and am being really generous. On that note Dom Brown will rush for 2000 yards and Lozo will have 21 sacks. OK…I have calmed down a little but I will stick with my Gardner prediction. Gardner will be magnificent this year. I Can’t wait to utter the words…The Gardner did it!

Go Cards!

 

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Latest Louisville Football Hype Video

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Well this video just has everything. Great job by “tatville.” The football Cardinal logo moving his legs, Teddy Bridgewater, Ralph Dawkins, HENRY MILLER, Brian Brohm, and more. Pretty much most of the best plays in the history of Louisville football. Not much else to say about this one, but enjoy!

Poll results: Your favorite UofL QB of all time

In a very unscientific poll, we asked you who your favorite UofL QB of all time is.There was a clear winner, and that really is not a surprise. I personally feel that if we reached more of the fanbase, the others would have gotten more votes than they did. Since most of these votes probably came from twitter users, you have to think that they may not even remember guys like Browning Nagle or Jeff Brohm. So while it is no shock that Teddy won this, I just think it’s also one of those generation things or even “prisoner of the moment.”

I couldn’t even vote right away because I just could not decide. I ended up going with Brian Brohm, who was the QB when I was a student at UofL. Going to games as a student at that time were so much fun. You pretty much expected the Cards to dominate and for the game to be in hand by halftime. Seeing a hometown guy that was my age come to UofL and do what he did makes him stand out for me. My next two (in no order) would be Teddy Bridgewater and Stefan LeFors. Here are the results. Thanks for voting!

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Who is your favorite QB all-time at UofL?

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We want to know who your favorite QB of all-time is at UofL. This isn’t asking who you think the best is, but who is your favorite? So while one QB may have better numbers, maybe you liked watching another one play more; you liked how he played the game.

UofL will add 5 members to Hall of Fame

DeJuan Wheat  Chris Redman

Official press release from UofL:

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville Athletics Hall of Fame will welcome five new members next month when Sean Green, Tara McClure Isable, Chris Redman, Pip Sanders and DeJuan Wheat are inducted as the Class of 2014.

The five newest members of the UofL Athletics Hall of Fame will be honored during a ceremony on Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014 at 6 p.m., ET at the Brown & Williamson Club inside Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. Tickets for the event are on sale for $45 each and can be purchased by completing this form and faxing it to (502) 852-0968. More information on the event is available by contacting Ronee Baxter at (502) 852-2015 or at ronee@gocards.com.

The Class of 2014 will be the first additions to the UofL Athletics Hall of Fame since 2011.

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CSZ Countdown to Kickoff: 7 Days!

Ok it is starting to get real now! The Countdown to Kickoff is down to just 7 days! Here is former UofL QB and hometown hero Chris Redman!

Chris Redman: (1996-1999)

Career Stats: 1,031 passes completed, 1,679 passes attempted, 12,541 yards, 84 TDs

If you look at the UofL Football history books, Chris Redman would have his name all over it. He finished his career as the NCAA all-time leader in passes attempted and completed. At the time, he was also just 1 of 3 Division 1-A QBs to throw for more than 12,000 yards in a career! Currently, he ranks 14th all time in career passing yards!

Awards: Parade National High School Player of the Year (Male High School, 1995), Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award (1999), C-USA Offensive Player of the Year (1999), First-team all-Conference USA (1999), First UofL QB to lead his team to back-to-back bowl appearances (1998-99)

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