Author Archives: Jeff Nunn
CBS sports has updated their preseason 25 to reflect the changes in rosters for those schools who have underclassmen that have entered the NBA draft and hired an agent. The rankings will change again once the deadline to return to school has passed and 2017-18 rosters become more definite.
For now, the Cards find themselves still in the top 10. The possible addition of one more player to this year’s class or the possible departure of Deng Adel could have an impact on the final preseason poll.
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All of us here at Cardinal Sports Zone as well as the city of Louisville and the University of Louisville would like to welcome all the ACC baseball fans to our great city. While you are here we hope you have a safe and enjoyable time. We have put together an informational guide, complete with tournament brackets, ticket options, places to visit as well as dining options.
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With a 4-2 win over Clemson on Friday, coach McDonnell earned his 500th win and the folks of the Louisville video team put together this wonderful video honoring him and his accomplishments. Enjoy …
Thanks to a new rule put in place last year, players can declare for the NBA Draft before April 23 and remove their names before the deadline on May 24th while still retaining their college eligibility. The NBA Draft is June 22nd. Read the rest of this entry
Cards forever, Keith Keksey and Cole Hikutini both have signed rookie free agent deals in the NFL. Read the rest of this entry
For the past few years I have heard many stories about how well Rick Pitino can still shoot the ball. While I have yet to witness it, many of his players will attest that he’s a pretty shooter, especially from the free throw line. Read the rest of this entry
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The University of Louisville women’s lacrosse team is heading to its fourth-consecutive NCAA Tournament, earning one of 13 at-large bids. Read the rest of this entry
Many felt that after ESPN decided to make cutbacks that the future of the ACC network may be in jeopardy. In a memo posted on Twitter to all ACC presidents and athletic directors, commissioner Swafford assured everyone that it will launch as expected, putting to rest any rumors of its demise. Read the rest of this entry
The NFL draft came and went last weekend and for the fourth-straight year the Cards had at least one player selected in the draft. This years draft went nothing like what everyone expected. Personally, I believed 5 or 6 Cards would be drafted and another 3 would receive free agent contracts. I expected Harvey-Clemons to be the first Card taken in about the fourth round. I was a little off. Here is a chart from NFL.com of the Cards drafted in the last 4 years. Read the rest of this entry
Card forever and current Pittsburgh Steeler, Keith Kelsey, posted this video of him training for the NFL draft on his Facebook page.
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.
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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I want you to win money on Derby day. The best way to win is to have a little bit of knowledge as to what you are doing. No matter if you are betting a lot of money or you are just betting $2 to show on a horse, you should be well-informed before making your choice. I want to help you win some money. Read the rest of this entry
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
Louisville announced it’s 2017-18 non-conference schedule today. The noticeable addition is Seton Hall coached by former Louisville assistant, Kevin Willard Read the rest of this entry
Per Gocards.com –
Coming off his 10th season leading the University of Louisville women’s basketball team, Walz guided the program to its seventh Sweet 16 appearance. He boasts a 263-93 (.739) mark with the Cardinals over that timeframe, directing the program to a pair of national runner-up finishes.
In 2014 and 2015, Walz was selected to serve as an assistant coach with USA Basketball. He helped both teams capture gold medals, going a combined 12-0 in competition.