Photo Gallery: Music City Bowl

The Cards ended a very unexpected season with eight wins after defeating Mississippi State in the Music City Bowl. The pure joy and emption expressed by the team and coaches was something I haven’t seen in quite some time. Not only after the game but before the game. They were all genuinely happy to be…

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Photo Gallery: WBB vs. Syracuse

The Cards survived their first conference test of the season on Sunday when they defeated the Syracuse Orange 62-58. Louisville struggled offensively, as they only shot 35% for the game. Jazmine Jones led the way with 24 points while Elizabeth Balogun chipped in 13 points. Check out our full recap here: Jazmine Jones Leads Louisville Past…

Postgame Recap: Cards lose in OT

Louisville rallied from a 12 point deficit in the second half to force overtime, but ultimately couldn’t finish the job in a 78-70 loss to Kentucky on Saturday inside Rupp Arena. Steven Enoch led Louisville with 18 points along with 5 rebounds. Dwayne Sutton scored 14 and added a team high 10 boards. Fresh Kimble…

2020 Louisville Football Early Signing Day Signees

Brock Travelstead Welcome to 𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗩𝗶𝗹𝗹𝗲 @kp12travelstead! This MaxPreps All-American was an All-State, All-Region & All-County selection was a team captain. He will showcase his talents in the All-American Bowl. #FlyVille20 x #NSD20 pic.twitter.com/WRKw0jagI1 — Louisville Football (@UofLFootball) December 18, 2019 Rating: 3 Star Position: K Height: 6’1 Weight: 190 lbs High School: North Pauling Hometown: Dallas, GA National Rank: 2049th Position…

Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Names 3 Louisville Baseball Players Preseason All-Americans

Louisville Baseball was named preseason No. 1 by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper yesterday. Today that same publication has named three Cardinals as preseason All-Americans. Really there is no surprise as to whom the honorees are: Reid Detmers, Michael Kirian, and Alex Binelas. Detmers was the unquestioned ace of the starting staff last season. He went 13-4…

Louisville OT Mekhi Becton Entering NFL Draft And Will Not Play In Bowl

Louisville OT Mekhi Becton announced today that he will forgo his senior year and enter the 2020 NFL Draft. Becton also announced he will not play in the Music City Bowl. Love y’all!! ❤️🤘🏾 pic.twitter.com/QAr2hZUGd4 — 🎈 (@BigTicket73) December 16, 2019 It’s definitely the right decision by Becton as he is a projected first round…