Everything You Need To Know: Louisville v. Clemson

Kickoff: Saturday, 7:30 p.m. ET, ACC Network Spread: Clemson -4, O/U 46.5 (Caesars Sportsbook) Last Time: Trevor Lawrence threw two early interceptions, but the third-ranked Clemson Tigers were led on the afternoon by running back Travis Etienne. Etienne finished with 192 yards on just 14 carries and a touchdown, as the Tigers rushed for 298 yards….

Around the Bases: Clemson

Only one game took place last week, as Louisville’s weekend series against Pitt was canceled due to positive COVID-19 tests and contact tracing within the Pitt baseball program. However, Louisville was victorious in their lone game last week. The Cardinals took a 12-5 victory over in-state rival Kentucky, tying the annual series at 1-1 this…

Uniform Report: Louisville Vs Clemson

Louisville Football nearly went all red everything, but not quite for the noon matchup with Clemson. Instead, the Cards will be rocking the new red helmet, the red jersey, and the red pants when they run out on to the field at Cardinal Stadium. Week 7 Combo:🔴🔴⚪️#BeatClemson | #GoCards pic.twitter.com/6eeWQfrUT5 — Louisville Football (@UofLFootball) October…

Time And Network Set For Louisville Football’s Game Against Clemson

Well Louisville Football fans, I am sure the majority of you will lament the game time just released for the Cards game against Clemson. Game Time Announcement 🗓 Sat, Oct. 19🕛 Noon📺 ABC#GoCards pic.twitter.com/ilQtolLjbv — Louisville Football (@UofLFootball) October 7, 2019 The game, against the number 2 team in college football, is set for noon…

Around the Bases: Week Eight

If Louisville was looking to carry as much momentum as possible before facing Kentucky today, it certainly got that last week. The Cardinals finished 4-0 once again, beating Miami (OH) in the midweek game and sweeping Wake Forest. Entering April, the Cardinals sit at 22-6, with a 9-3 conference record. Tied with Clemson for second…

Around the Bases: WKU & Clemson

After 20 games, U of L currently sits at 16-4, alternating between wins and losses in its last five games. The Cardinals started 14-0, becoming the last undefeated team in Division I baseball for the second season in a row. They managed to take a weekend series against North Carolina and split the weekday series…