Lamar Jackson has been added to the Walter Camp preseason Watch List. This is an honor he won last season as a sophomore.
Every year we release a hype video to help get your football juices flowing. Football season gets closer every day and I can’t hardly wait. Here is the 2017 Louisville Football Hype Video. Enjoy… Read the rest of this entry
Last Night, I was granted a Twitter Interview with Greg Bell. Greg is the top running back in 2018’s Junior College Rankings out of Arizona Western College. We discussed many different topics. Greg has offers from Louisville, Arizona, & Utah. Here is the interview:
University of Louisville’s men basketball ACC conference schedule was re- released today. North Carolina and Syracuse are both making their ways to the KFC Yum! Center this season. Louisville will be heading to Duke and Notre Dame throughout the season as well. Here are all the match ups for the upcoming basketball season.
LD Scott, former cardinal great, and current defensive line coach recently sat down discussed many topics. As a player at Louisville, Scott was a four-year starter, putting together a 41-tackle season in his senior year of 2009. Scott had at least 20 tackles in each of his final three seasons and played a role in Louisville’s 2006 season, when the Cardinals went 12-1 and won the Orange Bowl.
After his stellar collegiate career, Scott played one season in the Canadian Football League with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 2010 before starting his coaching career in July 2010, when he worked as the defensive line coach at Seneca High in Louisville.
In the latest preseason rankings, the Louisville Cardinals are ranked 12 by Sporting News. Lamar Jackson still needs to improve his passing game and the defense needs to find its rhythm under its new coordinator, Peter Sirmon. If these pieces fall into place as we all expect them to, we are in for another fun season. Sporting News has Alabama as preseason number one with USC and Ohio State rounding out the top three. Florida State comes in at number four and reigning national champion Clemson rounds out the top five.
What is Chucky Williams’ favorite TV show? What is his hometown known for? What was Chucky’s first jersey number? These are just some of the questions we get answers today in today’s fast facts. Here is Fast Facts with Chucky Williams.
After looking at the first edition of the depth chart, I noticed some guy named Lamar at quarterback. I hear he is pretty good so I guess there is no need to discuss that position unless you noticed that the back up is officially listed as “Puma Pass.”
ESPN Staff Writer, Myron Medcalf, released an article where he asked ” what if we had every college player in a gym and could pick whomever we wanted? What players would we select for the 10-man rotation?”
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ORADEA, ROMANIA — University of Louisville center Steven Enoch completed his play for Armenia among the event leaders in scoring and rebounding in the 2017 FIBA U20 European Championship, Division B played in Oradea, Romania.
Lamar Jackson and Jaire Alexander are quite the duo, their latest preseason accolade is they have both been named to the All-ACC Preseason team. Both Cardinals received more than 100 votes, with Jackson receiving a league high of 132, with little surprise to anyone. Catch Alexander and Jackson in action when the Cards open up the 2017 season on September 2nd at 7:30 versus Purdue at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Cardinal quarterback, Lamar Jackson has been named to the Davey O’Brien Award Preseason Watch List, an award he was a finalist for last season. The junior demolished record after record in 2016, one being that he finished with 51 touchdowns, the most in school and ACC history. Three finalists for the O’Brien Award will be announced on November 20, and the award will be handed out live on The Home Depot College Football Awards on December 7.
Lamar Jackson should be getting used to receiving high praise from his teammates and coaches about what an outstanding young man he is. Even other teams and coaches have taken notice. Now he is being honored officially for work on and off the field. Lamar Jackson has been named to the Wuerffel Watch List.
Inside Linebackers Coach & Recruiting Coordinator Cort Dennison recently sat down to discuss why players should want to play for him, favorite coaching moment, & much more. Cort has been beneficial in these last few recruiting classes and developing these young players.. Can’t wait to see what Coach Dennison does this season with the inside linebackers..
Running back Kolby Smith recently sat down with John Ramsey and discussed several different topics. Kolby discussed how much Card Nation means to him, his favorite memory as a player, and how he became a coach. He’s excited about this years group of running backs. Kolby will always be Card forever!!
Over the weekend Rick Pitino and staff were working away at evaluating talent for future Cardinals. They made some offers to few names that we should remember because they could possibly be Cardinals one day.
The first offer went to Josh Nickleberry. Josh is a 6-4, 177lbs, guard out of Mouth Of Wilson, VA (Oak Hill Academy). He is the number 26 player in the country in the 2019 recruiting class according to ESPN.com. He has offers from North Carolina among other schools trying to get his talents after dropping 30 infront of Roy Williams & Kentucky’s John Calpari.
The next offer went to Darius Days. Darius is a 6’7 Power Foward out of Gainesville, Florida. Florida has been recruiting him for a very long time. He is a four star recruit in the 2018 class. Experts compare him to a Al Hartford just shorter. He contains offers from ACC enemies such as Pittsburgh, Wake Forrest & Florida State. He is a very talented foward that can play the big in a small ball lineup.
Immanuel “Manny” Bates
The last offer to went to big man Immanuel “Manny” Bates. Bates is a 6-9, 4 star Power Forward in the 2018 class from Fayetteville, North Carolina. Coach Kenny Johnson like this kid. He has offers from Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech, & DePaul. Manny has been getting offers after his outbreak since this past weekends performances.
Over the weekend Louisville Football got a visit of from Chandler Jones. He is rated as 3 star cornerback on most sites except for a couple that has listed as a four star recruit. He will be a solid commitment if Coach Petrino can get him. The visited was said to be a “pretty good” visit.
The Louisville Cardinals were picked to finish third last week at the ACC Kickoff. Florida State is picked to win the ACC Championship by receiving 118 of the 167 votes. Clemson finished second with 35 votes and Louisville with 7. The same order was picked for the ACC Atlantic division. Lamar Jackson was the overwhelming favorite to win consecutive ACC Player of The Year honors. The Cardinals open up the 2017 season on Saturday, September 2nd at 7:30 PM against Purdue at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Senior Linebackers James Hearns and Trevon Young have been named to the the Dick Butkus watch list. Hearns had a career high forty-three tackles last year and started in twelve games last season. Young had a standout 2015 season, but suffered an injury in the Music City bowl that sidelined him for the 2016 season.