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The last month has been rough regarding Cardinal basketball. Throughout it all, it seems David Padgett has given us a positive attitude and reminded us all the sun will continue to come up and shine. Tonight, he did that once again. Coach Padgett invited all former players and coaches back to practice tonight, and it was a picture perfect moment.
While speaking at the ACC Media Day, commissioner Swofford gave his opinion on the one-and-done rule throughout college basketball. Listen below.
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The University of Louisville Men’s Basketball team was represented today at the ACC Media Day by Q, Mahmoud and David Padgett. Kenny Klein and others released some fun photos and videos from the day. This gifted us with a behind the scenes look at the events of the day! What are you most looking forward to about this season?
David Padgett was a fan favorite while he was a player here at the University of Louisville, and he’s quickly won over the hearts of most as the acting head coach. Today while at ACC Media Day, they asked him some of the tougher questions in life. Hot dogs or hamburgers? Dunk or block? Find out the answers to these and more below!
Interim Head Coach, David Padgett, experienced his first ACC Media Day as a head coach today. Watch all the highlights below!
As announced in a previous post, junior guard Asia Durr was tabbed ACC Preseason Player of the Year by the ACC coaches.
In addition, Durr and senior forward Myisha Hines-Allen earned All-ACC preseason honors from both the league’s coaches and the Blue Ribbon Panel. While, Freshman Dana Evans was one of five players named to the Newcomer Watch List.
The Cardinals were picked to finish second by the league’s 15 coaches, receiving one first place vote. While the Blue Ribbon Panel also pegged Louisville to finish second, receiving five first place votes.
Follow Jaire, Lamar and coach Petrino behind the scenes st ACC media day on the Mic’d up series from the GoCards Youtube channel.
The 2017 ACC Football Kickoff, or as most like to call it – ACC Media Day, will be held on July 13-14 at the Westin Charlotte in Charlotte, N.C. No surprise to anybody, Louisville has chosen to send Lamar Jackson and Jaire Alexander as their two representatives.
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I imagine he was telling this ref that one day he would be a fruit ninja master. Maybe not but let’s see how Coach Bobby Petrino handles the world of Virtual Reality. If it’s a fraction of the way that he coaches then the other ACC coaches are in trouble.
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Question: You open up conference play with a Clemson team that’s picked pre-season favorite in the ACC. What is your outlook on that?
PETRINO: It’s a great conference opener for us. Obviously we need to play our opening game in Atlanta versus Auburn first, then a very good Houston team comes to Louisville and plays us on Saturday, then Clemson is a Thursday night game, a short turnaround, something that is going to challenge our players to get ready for. We have to have a good plan for it. We’ve been working hard, getting ready for that game already. They’re a very good football team with an exciting quarterback. It’s a challenge for us but we’re looking forward to it. I know it’s going to be a great game to have at the University of Louisville, Papa John’s Stadium. That’s a fun thing being in the ACC, the teams we get to bring in on a year-to-year basis at Papa John’s.
It has been a very busy day for seniors DeVante Parker and Lorenzo Mauldin as they are at the ACC Kickoff (media days) in Greensboro, North Carolina. They have been doing different interviews and photo ops all day long. They just met with the media for a little Q & A, and here it is.
Q. What’s it like being a receiver in Bobby Petrino’s offense?
DEVANTE PARKER: It’s a good experience. We know that Coach Petrino, he likes to put up points on the board, so that’s the best thing about being a receiver in coach Petrino’s offense.
Q. What’s the reception been like from the ACC and what do you expect in the opening game against Miami?
DEVANTE PARKER: We just expect to come out and play hard like we did in the bowl game, even though we’ve got new players and coaches and stuff, but we’re just going to come out and play hard and try to get a W.