Monthly Archives: April 2017
In a longer than usual week, the Louisville Cardinals handled it with ease as they went 5-0 against the Northern Kentucky Norse & Toledo Rockets as well as the Eastern Kentucky Colonels in a rain-delay makeup game. The perfect week put them at 38-6 on the season, and their conference record of 17-4 remained the same as they had the week off from conference play.
After being passed up in the draft, tight end Cole Hikutini has signed as an undrafted free agent with the San Francisco 49ers.
After being passed up in the draft, running back Brandon Radcliff has signed as an undrafted free agent with the Indianapolis Colts.
After being passed up in the draft, defensive tackle DeAngelo Brown has signed as an undrafted free agent with the Tennessee Titans.
After being passed up in the draft, inside linebacker Keith Kelsey has signed as an undrafted free agent with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
After being passed up in the draft, Keith Towbridge has signed as an undrafted free agent with the Buffalo Bills.
After being passed on in the draft, wide receiver James Quick has signed as an undrafted free agent with the Washington Redskins.
Class of 2017 recruits and Louisville signees Lindsey Duvall and Dana Evans have landed on USA Today’s State Players of the Year list, with Duvall named to Kentucky and Evans named to Indiana. The two signees make up a recruiting class for the Cards that is ranked fourth nationally.
Prior to the 2017 University of Louisville baseball season we put together a Brendan McKay highlight video for you to enjoy. The highlights are from last season but rest assured that after the MLB draft we will bring you a Brendan McKay tribute video complete with all his Louisville highlights. Enjoy this video and enjoy watching history in the making as he is a once in a lifetime player.
Louisville Football received a commitment from 5’10 WR Akeem Hayes on Thursday night.
Hayes, from Hollywood Florida’s Blanche Ely High School picked Louisville over the likes of Oregon, NC State, Oregon State, Marshall, and Wake Forest. He is a composite 3 star athlete from the same city that produced Lamar Jackson.
The Cards continue to add talent to their 2018 recruiting class. We here at CSZ welcome Akeem to the Ville!!!
John Schnatter, AKA “Papa John,” has resigned from the University of Louisville athletics association board. According to a spokesperson for the athletics department, Schnatter has been replaced by Jim Rogers, another trustee.
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Shaq Wiggins announced via Twitter that he will be transferring to Tennessee to continue his playing career. Shaq came to Louisville along with Josh Harvey-Clemons in 2014 after leaving Georgia.
Shaq was a productive cornerback for Louisville but battled injuries the past few seasons and played sparingly. Wiggins was known as a vocal teammate for the Cards and provided a lot of charisma to the locker room. We here at CSZ wish him the best as he takes his talent to Rocky Top
Former Louisville quarterback Kyle Bolin has announced on Twitter that he will transfer to Rutgers University for the 2017 season.
Bolin announced his transfer shortly after Louisville’s spring game a week and a half ago. Texas, Cincinnati, Northern Illinois and Western Michigan were also on the QB’s shortlist, but the former U of L quarterback chose to go to New Jersey to play for Rutgers.
We at CSZ want to wish the best of luck to one of the first athletes we started covering from day one. Go kill it Kyle!
RICHMOND, Ky. – All-American Brendan McKay matched a school record with four home runs and finished with a career-best nine RBI to lead the No. 2 Louisville baseball team to a 14-4 road victory against Eastern Kentucky on Tuesday afternoon at Earle Combs Stadium. Read the rest of this entry
Freshman walk-on and former Bullitt East star Tyler Sharpe intends to transfer. He appeared in only 7 games this season scoring only 2 points.
With a loaded class coming that features Darius Perry and Jordan Nwora and the addition of Dwayne Sutton it would seem Sharpe would find playing time to be scarce next season. We here at CSZ wish Tyler the best wherever he lands. Always a Card!!