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55 Season 2 Episode 11

55

 

This week on 55…………

We talk Basketball watch party. We talk big win over Notre Dame. We talk ranked teams and end of seasons. I will share a story of my trip to Notre Dame, a gallery of the trip and more tidbits as we go. We talk kentucky football and much, much more. So without further adieu, get ready for the ride. Without further interruption, here are the things from this week that stood out to me the most. The most ridiculous, interesting and factual things I came across. This is 55……….

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Clemson Has Their Own Issues on the Offensive Line

Reid Webster. Photo: @ClemsonFB

Reid Webster. Photo: @ClemsonFB

For all of the criticism surrounding the play of Louisville’s offensive line, the Clemson Tigers enter Saturday with plenty of question marks of their own. The local paper, GreenvilleOnline.com, explains it a little more.

Clemson has endured a rash of injuries and setbacks along the offensive line. That has transformed the depth chart into a shallow talent pool. For instance, this week, senior Reid Webster is listed as the starter at right guard.

And the backup at left tackle.

And the backup at center.

And the backup at right tackle.

“We went into last week thin, and we came out thinner,” offensive coordinator Chad Morris said, alluding to the broken foot interior lineman Jay Guillermo suffered Saturday against North Carolina State.

Guillermo, who has logged snaps at guard and center, will miss three to five weeks. Junior tackle Joe Gore missed the N.C. State game and will miss at least another week after undergoing an appendectomy last week. Shaq Anthony, whom Gore beat out for the starting right tackle position through August camp, transferred before the start of the season.

Clemson closed the spring with 10 linemen on its depth chart. They will face Louisville with seven.

 

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55 (Season 2 Episode 3)

55

 

This week on 55……….

We talk Cardinal Camo…….YES…..Cardinal Camo. We go over huge upsets and letdown. We go over the wet, wet, win in South Florida and a slew of other great but random things that have happened this week. Glad to have 55 back for you guys after the hiatus last week. Without further adieu, here are the 55 greatest, most ridiculous or random things I have heard, had to debate, or just thought about this past week. This …..is……55.

 

1) First off I want to wish my mom a speedy recovery. She means the world to me and normally I don’t talk about personal issues on 55 but if you get a moment, say a prayer. I put her for #1 because she is my number 1….mushy I know (Don’t care)

 

2) Speaking of #1’s

 

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4) On that shot by Becca Maddock, the #14 University of Louisville Field Hockey team defeated #1 UNC 3-2 Saturday. Congratulations for defending Trager!

 

5) Will be interesting to see where the Cards will be ranked when the new polls come out tomorrow…..

 

6) I got a tip a few weeks ago that we would be unveiling a new uni combo vs FSU in football. Me and Steve went through all the possible combos and ideas we could think of but nothing…..and the 55 means NOTHING could prepare us for this…………………….

 

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8) First off, I’m sorry for referring to myself as the 55. Secondly may I say……….WOW! Here are a few more pics Adidas released this morning

 

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10) Thank you Adidas for everything you do for us……

 

11) On Saturday the Football Cards defeated FIU 34-3 despite QB Will Gardner leaving the game with injury. The Cards O-Line looked very sloppy but this game was played on a sloppy field. The Cards line will have to improve if we want to have any shot at the big boys on our schedule.

 

12) A few highlights of the FIU game were Gerod Holliman taking the lead in INT’s in the country with 2 including this:

 

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14) Once only thought of as a heavy hitter, Holliman has shown an evolution into a complete corner this year. It’s been a long time coming!

 

15) Also James Quick had this amazing catch:

 

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17) Quick finished the day with 174 yards and 2 TD’s. Quick scored those 2 TD’s within :45 seconds. Amazing!

 

18) Also Keith Kelsey continued to impress after a 4 tackle day that included a sack for a 24 yard loss

 

19) I still think this should have counted

 

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21) Oh well….I am sure we will plenty of Keith Kelsey highlights this season

 

22) It still should have counted!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

23) Moving on….

 

24) Speaking of our beloved Football Cardinals, UL is a 21 point favorite this week vs Wake Forest

 

25) I didn’t notice it during the Virginia game but did anyone else see Burgess hit their RB so hard his sweat exploded?

 

26) I wish I could’ve found that video….I tried but it kept taking me to clips that made me sad

 

27) I want to send out my condolences to the Bonnafon family since I was unable to last week…

 

28) When Reggie comes back there is no doubt in my mind that he will be starting for the time being. He is a tremendous talent and will thrive in Coach Petrino’s system. If that O line doesn’t improve we could put Jameis back there and it wouldn’t matter

 

29) Jameis get off that table! never mind….you know what I’m saying though

 

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31) Ahhhhhh……….he stiff-armed him right in the….helmet

 

32) Glad we don’t have any more distractions like that at UL anymore (Insert Chane Smiley face)

 

33) On a different note, This weekend CSZ surpassed the 1 Million view mark lifetime. We want to thank each and every one of you for supporting this little thing we do. On my part I would like to say we were blessed to have such an amazing team. I want to thank Justin and Steve for everything they do let them know I appreciate them and we are lucky to have such a great team. We have some great Part timers too…Shout out to the princess of CSZ and her hat, Daryl Foust

 

34) Yesterday Matt Cassel broke some bones in his foot or something which prompted the Minnesota Vikings head coach to name him the starter going forward! Congrats to Teddy time and here’s hoping you show them what you showed us at the Ville!

 

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36) Great, great moment….Class Act right there

 

37) Lets go to the week in review for Cardinal Athletics!

 

38) Women’s Golf won the Cardinal Cup on Tuesday! great start to the season by the ladies. Emily Haas finished the day at -1 for a 4th place finish overall. The Women travel to Colorado for the GolfWeek Challenge which starts today

 

39) The Men’s golf team helped take the victory for the ACC in the ACC/SEC challenge. The Cards did fall to Georgia in match play but J.D. Lehman and Robin Sciot-Siegrist picked up singles victories. The team is off until next Monday

 

40) Louisville Volleyball traveled to Texas for the Rice Invitational this past weekend. The Cards did not drop one set the entire weekend (3-0) and improved to 8-4 overall. Janelle Jenkins, Maya McClendon and Tess Clark were named to the All Tourney team with Jenkins landing MVP honors.

 

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42) The Cards kick off their ACC Conference slate at home with games Friday vs BC at 7p and Sunday vs Georgia Tech at 2p. Get out and support our Cards!

 

43) The #9 Men’s Soccer team had a tough battle this week as they traveled to BC and escaped with a 3-2 victory in OT. Nolan Moore hit the game winner. The Cards travel to Lexington Tuesday for a game vs uk. I wish I was making this up but uk is holding an ABE-Out…..This will explain it all. SMH

 

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45) NO….Words…..

 

46) Trying to move past that, the Cards host PITT on Friday at the LYNN……

 

47) Women’s Soccer went 2-0 this week at home after wins over Kent State and Syracuse! This week they will travel to FSU and Miami…. I suddenly hate them

 

48) From GoCards.com: University of Louisville junior Jeffrey Brown claimed the Indiana University Hoosier Classic Singles title Sunday afternoon. Coach Rex Ecarma is doing a phenominal job, Here are the full results

Louisville Men’s Tennis Results
IU Hoosier Classic
Sept. 21, 2014
Semifinals
Jeffrey Brown (UL) d. Matthew McCoy (IU) 7-6, 6-4
Finals
Brown d. Carsten fisher 6-4, 6-3
Consolation
Santiago Salazar (UL) d. Baseem Mekawi (YSU) 6-4, 7-6
Courtney Lock (UL) d. Freddy Abunku (Xavier) 6-3,6-3
Remi Chancerel (Youngstown State) d. Pally Ray (UL) 6-3, 6-0  

 

49) Other than knocking off little ol #1 UNC, the Filed Hockey team was in chill mode last week. This week they have 3 games! They host Ohio State tomorrow then travel to Wake on Friday then will play at Liberty on Sunday

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Good job girls…good job!

 

50) Guessing with the de-commitment from Blakeney that the CSZ recruiting notebook will make a return soon…IMO it’s Dozier or bust for the last slot in this class. Here’s what Steve thinks..

 

51) Looks like the PGA is going to have a nice pair of Cards in the mix….I’m sorry for the pun

 

52) Gorgui Deing is predicted to have a breakout year this year in the NBA because….well because he’s great and our Gorgui!

 

53) Check out Justin Time and Cardinal Catch Up for last week here…….

 

54) Jeff Walz is on fire as if I even needed to tell you. Check out his loaded class here and let me know who you want to see as the final piece. Tweet me at @Jeremy_CSZ and let your voice be heard! My vote is for Arike Ogunbowale….

55) Finally, Thank goodness that Brock Lesnar left the arena with the title last night and my Steelers smoked the Panthers. at least one little guy I know wasn’t too sad last night. I wont say any names though. Matt Wesley. Until next time CardNation, this was 55………

 

Go Cards!

 

You can find all  previous episodes of 55 by typing 55 in the CardinalSportszone.com search bar and clicking search

 

P.S.-Here are videos of the Men’s basketball coaches that are excellent, enjoy!

 

P.S.S.- here’s the Football Intro

 

*some info taken from press releases, most from CSZ and my brain

**none taken from other people’s thoughts, NONE

 

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Petrino, Gardner, Kelsey, Rankins speak to the media after practice 3-22-14

Photo: cardinalsportszone.com

Photo: cardinalsportszone.com

Head coach Bobby Petrino spoke to the media after Saturday’s scrimmage at the Trager Indoor Practice Facility. He talks about Will Gardner, DeVante Parker, and wraps up the first week of spring practice.

Quarterback Will Gardner, linebacker Keith Kelsey, and defensive lineman Sheldon Rankins also spoke to the media after practice.

 

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