Todd Grantham and Sheldon Rankins spoke to the media after practice on Wednesday. They talk about the Florida State game and look ahead to Boston College.
Bobby Petrino and Reggie Bonnafon met with the media on Monday to talk about the loss to Florida State and also preview this Saturday’s game against Boston College. The transcript for Petrino is below the videos. The Cards face Boston College at 12:30 this Saturday at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium.
If you have any desire to, you can watch the Louisville-FSU game in only an hour. Florida State still wins.
There is never a bad time to watch this. This is one of those games where you remember where you were when you watched this game. HENRY MILLER!
Jimbo Fisher’s comments after practice on Thursday. He once again has nothing but good things to say about Louisville, as any coach does leading up to the game. And he gives an injury report on his team.
I have said it before and I will say it again: I love when opposing schools have youtube channels and keep them updated with press conferences and preview videos like this. It certainly helps pass the time during the week while you wait for Saturday to get here. If you are like me, you just can’t get too much information leading up to a game like this.
This preview is from Seminoles.com.
Todd Grantham, Josh Appleby, and James Burgess talked to the media on Wednesday to preview Florida State. Because, why wouldn’t you want to hear from the punter that is making a Heisman run? (If you don’t listen to Ramsey & Rutherford on 93.9 The Ville, you won’t get it.)
Quick and to the point. I like it!
Offensive lineman Wilson Bell and defensive end DeMarcus Walker spoke to the media on Tuesday about Saturday’s game against the Louisville Cardinals. I must say, I could probably listen to Wilson Bell for a few more minutes!
Offensive Coordinator Garrick McGee and wide receiver James Quick spoke to the media after practice on Tuesday. The Cards take on Florida State this Saturday at noon on ESPN.
Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher spoke to the media after practice on Tuesday. He talks about his team, previews the Cards a little bit and says they could very well be 4-1 or 5-0, and talks about Steve Spurrier. Some of his quotes (from seminoles.com) are below the video.
Saturday. Noon. ESPN. Here we go…
Bobby Petrino met with the media on Monday afternoon. He talked about Florida State, how the freshmen wide receivers are doing, the excitement of playing in Tallahassee, and more. Jamari Staples also spoke for a few minutes. Both videos below.
We knew that Louisville-Florida State would kick off at noon next Saturday, October 17. What we didn’t know for sure was what channel it would be on. We now know that it will be shown on ESPN. Talk about exposure for the program, this could be the best possible scenario if you are playing a noon game. You are the game that comes on right after ESPN’s College Gameday goes off the air, so you will have a lot of people just keeping the channel right there on ESPN.
This is a huge game already, but the Cards will definitely get some national exposure with it being in that spot on ESPN. Now it is time to make the most of it and jump right back into the race for the ACC Atlantic!
Florida State beat Miami 29-24 on Saturday night. Here are the updated ACC standings.
I am going to enjoy the heck out of typing this post about college football. By the way, is this the WORST time ever as a Louisville fan to have a bye week in football? Either way, there are some important games that Cards fans can keep up with tomorrow that could have a lot of say in the ACC race, which Louisville is still in by the way.
The transcript of Bobby Petrino’s time on Wednesday’s ACC teleconference is below. The Cards have a bye week, but there is still plenty to discuss. He talks about how close Lamar Jackson’s recruitment really was, the win over NC State, preparing for Florida State, and more!
I’m very proud of our win last week. It was a good job to go on the road in a hostile environment against a good team and get a win. I thought our defense played extremely well. Offensively, we played real well in the first half and then did enough in the second half to get the win. And then our special teams played well. We’ve got a bye week, we’re woking hard on the practice field, and certainly going to take advantage of all the time we get to work hard to prepare for a very good Florida State team.
The ACC has announced that Louisville’s game at Florida state on October 17th will kickoff at noon. TV has not yet been determined, but it will either be on ABC, ESPN, or ESPN2. The network will be determined after games are played on October 10.
Louisville is off this Saturday. Florida State hosts Miami.
The Louisville Cardinals will begin the 2015 college football season unranked, and that is just fine by me. Gone are the days where we would look at the schedule and maybe see one ranked opponent that we just absolutely HAD to beat to have any good wins. Now in the ACC, and with a pretty big season opener, the Cards will have plenty of chances to make their way into the top 25.
If you count the teams in the “others receiving votes” section, Louisville technically finds themselves ranked at #32. Like I said, there are chances to beat ranked teams and move up. In the preseason poll, Louisville faces three ranked teams: