The game is over. We lost. Time to lick our wounds and move on. It is not time, however, to start blaming people and second guessing every decision. It’s our jobs as fans to support our team through the ups and downs. Yes, you have the right to voice your opinion and express your frustration – I get it. But is that really helping or is it just giving the optics of a program that lacks full support?
I think we all need to take a step back, take a deep breath and gain a little perspective. This game counts as one loss no matter how bad it hurts. There is no shame in losing to the #3 team in the nation. With any luck, this will be that one game a year that, for unknown reasons, the team doesn’t quite show up. We can still go 11-1 or 10-2 and possibly make the Orange bowl. Read the rest of this entry
Relive some of the best moments of ESPN’s College GameDay from Saturday’s visit to the University of Louisville.
Bobby Petrino, Lamar Jackson, Stacy Thomas, Jon Greenard, Jaylen Smith, Charles Standberry all met with the media after Saturday’s loss to Clemson. You can hear the frustration in their voices as they replay the game in their minds. Take a look at what they had to say below.
For the second year in a row, Lee Corso puts on the Cardinal bird head!
The celebrity guest picker for today’s ESPN College Gameday is the University of Louisville’s men’s basketball coach, Rick Pitino!
It’s Gameday folks! I know some of you will be enjoying a beverage or 28 and maybe just maybe some have decided to pace themselves. Some will be passed out. Here is a list of stories for you to read between now and game time that should keep you busy if you find yourself sitting down. Here are the top stories from yesterday September 15th at CardinalSportsZone.com!
ESPN’s College Gameday’s hosts, Rece Davis and Lee Corso sat down with the media on Friday before the big match up on Saturday. See what they had to say in the video below.
Dick Vitale has made it clear that he believes Lamar Jackson is the spark that the Cards need to beat Clemson tomorrow evening! You can see the full video below. It’s gonna be awesome babyyyyy!
How to Watch: Kickoff at 8:12 p.m. on Saturday, ABC
Spread: Clemson -2.5
Last Time: Trailing 28-10 at halftime, Louisville roared back with 26 unanswered points to take an eight-point lead midway through the fourth quarter. Clemson responded with two touchdowns in a three-minute stretch, taking a 42-36 lead. Lamar Jackson led the Cardinals into a fourth-and-goal opportunity, but fell short as James Quick ran out of bounds.
Clemson leads the all-time series 3-0, with each game coming down to the final possession.
Meet the Clemson Tigers:
A lot has changed for Clemson, since that epic game last October. The Tigers fell against Pittsburgh in mid-November, but rebounded to claim the ACC title and, eventually, a last-second win against Alabama to win the national championship. The Tigers are one of the premier programs in the country, with a potent coaching combo in head coach Dabo Swinney and defensive coordinator Brent Venables.
Here are the top stories from yesterday September 14th at CardinalSportsZone.com!
2 more sleeps until game day. Until then, here is an awesome video by Mark Powell with 12UP to help you get through the end of the work week.
Here are the top stories from yesterday September 13th at CardinalSportsZone.com!
Few things can get Clemson fans riled up more than saying how Lamar Jackson deserved the Heisman last year. Not Deshaun Watson. Dabo Swinney on the other hand, thinks Lamar is unbelievable. We most certainly do not disagree. Listen to the full press conference below and hear all of the praises Coach Swinney gave to UofL.
Saturday is almost here. Are you ready for it? The fine folks at the University of Louisville have prepared a highlight video to get you ready for the Blackout!
93.9 The Ville, has announced they will be doing another 37 hour marathon leading up to the UofL vs Clemson game. Coverage starts at 7 AM Friday morning and will continue until kick off at 8 PM Saturday night. We will have a lineup for you when available.
Here are the top stories from yesterday September 12th at CardinalSportsZone.com!
ESPN.COM released it’s weekly Heisman watch. Lamar Jackson comes in second this week. See who else is listed and let us know what you think about the standings.
Here are the top stories from yesterday September 11th at CardinalSportsZone.com!
Let’s get started with the biggest change to game day operations… The CLEAR BAG policy.
The following bags are APPROVED: