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We got the pleasure of watching both this young man & his older brother do great things here at the University of Louisville & know that Geron will continue to flourish at the next level. He was the 19th lineman ever drafted from UofL and is destined to be the best ever. He definitely has the potential to be. Here are the highlights of draft day for Geron. Good luck from us here at CSZ and we hope that you the fans enjoy what we have for you.
Danny Oriente and Jake Snider delivered multi-hit games with two RBIs each, including Snider’s two-run homer in the sixth inning, to give Louisville (25-11) an 8-2 win over Kentucky (25-12), splitting their rivalry series at 1-1. The win extended Louisville’s winning streak to five games, and is the Cardinals’ ninth in their last 11 against their in-state rival.
Kentucky jumped ahead early with a solo home run in the third inning from Trey Dawson. Despite the Wildcats getting an early lead, the Cardinals rebounded with plenty of offense this time around. A pair of RBI singles from Danny Oriente and Josh Stowers in the fourth inning gave Louisville the lead, one they would never relinquish.
The Cardinals added four runs in the fifth inning and two more in the sixth, punctuated with Jake Snider’s two-run homer in the latter inning. In the fifth though, Louisville scored a run on a bases-loaded walk, then an RBI fielder’s choice by Stowers that allowed Snider to reach home safely. Devin Mann stole home while Josh Stowers was jammed between the bases, resulting in Stowers reaching second. Oriente followed it up with an RBI double that would bring Stowers home.
Kentucky scored a run in the eighth inning on an RBI groundout from Luke Becker. Gavin Sullivan would later close the inning, and Sam Bordner retired the side in the ninth to seal the win for Louisville.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville has moved its Wendy’s Wonderful Kids Spring Game due to expected weather impacting the Louisville area on Saturday, Vice-President/Director of Athletics Vince Tyra announced on Wednesday afternoon.
We are not used to being on the bubble. this feeling sucks. I know though if we had taken care of business then we aren’t worried about that right now. It also was much easier to figure out B.Q. (Before Quadrant) but in the end all we really want is to be selected tomorrow for the tournament. I have spent all morning talking to my expert bracketologist Mr. S and we have come up with who CardNation needs root for to help improve our resume. You won’t like them all. I will explain the who’s, what’s & where you can watch them today. First up…
We love to promote local businesses when approached. Any time we buy a product or have a great experience with any company it’s a great chance to promote them here on CSZ. This week it is the company named Custom Multicades. They make stand up, standard cocktail (Sit-down) arcades and are now making ones inside a bourbon barrel that are absolutely phenomenal. They can do any team, genre or old school arcade that you loved as a child or have heard about.
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The FBI investigation that took down Louisville Head Coach Rick Pitino has always promised that Rick was just the tip of the iceberg. (Credit Keith for the reference, kinda) Earlier this week a spreadsheet that would validate that was being speculated on. This morning parts of that began to leak. Yahoo.com & Louisville resident Pat Forde released info on the spreadsheet & brought new information to light. Here’s the link to the local fanboys interview. (Suck it, Dakich).
My cousin who’s a diehard uk fan asked if they could vacate this season since Knox is on this list.
Whenever one of CSZ friends ask us to promote big news for them, we do just that! Exciting news for our guy Stu! Congrats!
Cardinal Phone Repair is coming home to the south end of campus.
Yes Card fans, Cardinal Phone Repair has moved directly across the street from Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium!
The new address is 2801 South Floyd St. Suite 400 B.
Business hours are 11 am to 5 pm Monday thru Friday, closed on Wednesdays and open
12 to 3 on Saturdays.
Most iPhones screen repairs will be $99 for the first month as a customer appreciation special.
There will also be student discounts available as well with student ID. Some iPhone screen repairs as low as $79 for students. Call for details!
We will also carry accessories such as chargers and phone cases.
Cardinal phone will buy back your old phone as well and we carry a small selection of used iPhones.
So come by today as we make our transition home. You may see one of your favorite Cardinals there as well. (Or the CSZ gang!) Even some game used items available.
Thank you beforehand and we will be honored to serve you.
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As mentioned on ESPN Radio 93.9 this week, the 1st Annual Jamon Brown Foundation Celebrity Golf Scramble, in partnership with the Coalition For the Homeless, will be Monday April 9th at Lake Forest Country Club. If you are interested in registering your team of four, or for Sponsorship information and opportunities, please visit https://t.co/YSOt4rhA0u, hit the “CONTACT” link and send us a message, and we will get you the needed information. We will have Celebrity guests that will be auctioned off to participate on the team of the winning Bidder! Should be an awesome event! #JBrownFoundation #JamonBrown #CoaltionfortheHomeless #LARAMS #LakeForestCountryClub
The guys did a bang up job the other day covering signing day. After a glitch to start the day, (not you Higgy this time) the guys were rolling! Thanks to Shawn (@Lvilleshawn ), Sam (@baseboy124) & Higgy (@the_Higggyy) for some research which made the day easy to follow for those of us who may or may not follow recruiting. It was a huge day! Shout out also to the coaching staff for brining in such a haul! Already one of the best recruiting classes ever and we have one more signing day to go! Here are the breakdowns from signing day. We hope you enjoy.
PS-I dont want to lie, it may have been Higgy lol
PSS- Click their names for the full breakdowns. you can also click the Twitter names to go straight to Twitter and follow!
Here are the highlights and pressers from after today’s much needed 102-59 victory over Bryant University. Anas continues to string together good games. Tonight he put up 17 points, 9 rebounds & 3 blocks. Quentin scored 17, Adel 17, Thomas 10 pts/7 reb & 11 pts/9 reb by Ray Spalding. 5 Cards overall reached double digits in scoring and 4 players had 6 or more rebounds. They out-rebounded Bryant overall 46-29.
Here’s Louisville Head Coach David Padgett:
Here are the highlights and pressers from after today’s much needed 71-62 victory over the Indiana Hoosiers. Anas came through with another strong game today and Ray Spalding appears to be slowly shifting into the player we all thought he would be coming into this year. He scored 10 points and added 14 rebounds.
Here’s Louisville Head coach David Padgett
Here are the pressers from after tonight’s 86-60 victory over Siena University. Anas Mahmoud was one block away from the 5th triple double in the history of the University of Louisville. Here is what Head Coach David Padgett and a few of the players had to say after the win in which the Cards exploded in the second half after leading by only 3 at the break. Also enjoy the highlights at the end of the post from tonight’s game!
Head Coach David Padgett
Here are the highlights, presser & interviews from after last nights 84-72 victory over St Francis University.
Before what looked to be a sprained ankle, Ray Spalding was on a mission! 19 points, 13 boards and 5 blocks! Who knows what would have happened if he would have played the entire game. Anas added 12 points and 9 rebounds. The Cards had 6 players in total in double figure scoring (Spalding 19, Adel 13, Anas, 12, Q 11,VJ 10, Nwora 10) but it had a different feel to this game even though Louisville led wire-to-wire. It was stretched out all the way to a 22 point lead with 12:38 left in the game but SFU came back and made it a game all the way to the end. Here is what Coach Padgett and the players had to say:
The Cards bounce back from a tough opening week to trounce SIU 84-42. The freshman are the continued pleasant surprise as all of the guys got in tonight and did their thing. Nwora went for 18 pts & 8 reb, Perry went for 10 points & 7 assists, Sutton added 8 pts & 6 reb & Redding scored 2 three pointers in the final minutes. Deng Adel was the player of the game with 16 pts, 7 reb & 4 stls. Here are the highlights:
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