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Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook Preseason Top 25


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The Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook released their preseason top 25. There are six ACC teams ranked, with Louisville coming in at number 6. Take a look at where everyone else is ranked and let us know what you think.


Men’s Basketball Tickets On Sale Now

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If you haven’t bought your tickets for the 2017/2018 UofL Men’s Basketball season, you still have time. Here is how to do so:

Best Of ESPN’s College GameDay


Relive some of the best moments of ESPN’s College GameDay from Saturday’s visit to the University of Louisville.

UofL Postgame Interviews: Clemson


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.

Lamar Jackson, The Human Highlight Reel


Lamar Jackson is a once in a lifetime player. There is nothing he can’t do. Here are just some of the highlights from him this past Saturday courtesy of Louisville Athletics and ESPN.

Rick Pitino Comments On One And Done Rule

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Rick Pitino has never been shy to share his opinions on the one and done rule that the NCAA and NBA have put in place. It is just not for him. But Coach Pitino has met with Marty Smith with ESPN and mentions that he believes the one and done will be a thing of the past within the next two years. You can see the full interview below.

Corso Picks The Cards!


For the second year in a row, Lee Corso puts on the Cardinal bird head!

Jaylen Smith Talks With Marty Smith About His Jersey Number And Prep For Clemson

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Junior wide receiver, Jaylen Smith, sat down with Marty Smith this week to talk about how the team has prepped for the big game against Clemson. He also talks about the tragedy he experienced his freshman year that lead him to wear the number 9. Check out the videos below.

Dickie V Picks The Cards Over Clemson


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!

Hype Video For UofL VS Clemson

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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.

93.9 The Ville Announces Marathon Pregame Coverage

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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.

ESPN.COM Heisman Update


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.

Cards Ranked #1 Defense Going Into Basketball Season


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John Gasaway with ESPN Insiders ranked the top five defenses going into the college basketball season. Rick Pitino has always been known for his aggressive defense, so it is no surprise that this years team comes in at number 1. Check out the other four teams below, and let us know what you think about the rankings. Any surprises? Or are they the teams you expected to see.

ESPN Previews ACC Football


ESPN dives into who every team’s key losses are, reasons to be optimistic as well as what are the causes for concern. Take a look and let us know if you agree with their preview of the ACC.

Stephen A. Smith Picks Lamar To Win Heisman


FINALLY! Someone has taken notice that Lamar is being overlooked, and they have decided to change that narrative. Stephan A. Smith picked Lamar Jackson to become only the second player, ever, to repeat as the Heisman Trophy Winner. You can see the full clip below.

Best Players by Their Jersey Numbers? Louisville has Two

Photo: Tim Haag/

Photo: Tim Haag/

The staff at came up with a pretty unique post. They took every jersey number from 1-99 and put together a list of the best player at each number for this coming season. For example, #9 probably would have been DeVante Parker in the 2014 version of this kind of post, meaning that DeVante was the best #9 in the entire country.

*A panel of reporters covering every Power 5 conference nominated players for each number then voted on the best.*

For this year, the Cards got two players on the list, both of the defensive side of the ball.

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Two UofL Football Games Make ESPN’s List of ACC Games to Watch in 2015

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Photo: Tim Haag/’s Jared Shanker posted his top 10 ACC games that they (I assume the ACC bloggers with ESPN) are most looking forward to in 2015. Of the 10 games, the Louisville Cardinals are playing in two of those: the season opener against the Auburn Tigers and the home matchup against the Clemson Tigers. Needless to say, the early season could be exciting for the Cards. Here is what he had to say about those two games.

Read the rest of this entry Names Their Top 25 ACC Football Players

Photo: Melina Vastola, USA TODAY Sports

Photo: Melina Vastola, USA TODAY Sports

This whole ACC thing is just awesome. Checking out the blog for where Louisville plays now and seeing other teams like Florida State, Clemson, and Miami, it’s just great! Now a moment of silence for our former friends/foes Cincinnati and UConn who are still stuck in a conference with East Carolina, Temple, Tulane, and SMU…..Whew!

Over the last few days, the ACC bloggers for have been counting down their top 25 football players in the ACC for the upcoming season. DeVante Parker made the list as the only representative of the Louisville Cardinals. Think Florida State is expected to be good this season? They have 10 of the 25 spots taken. Here is how they ranked their top 25 players…

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Michael Dyer: 2nd best “backup” in the ACC?

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Photo: USA Today Sports

Andrea Adelson and the rest of the ACC bloggers for have been counting down the best backups in the conference for the upcoming season. At #2, they highlighted Louisville running back Michael Dyer. Here is what they said about Dyer. I give you my thoughts afterwards…

Projected role in 2014: Backup to Dominique Brown. The Cardinals are deep at running back, with Brown, Dyer, Corvin Lamb and Brandon Radcliff returning — along with the addition of freshman L.J. Scott, who had an outstanding spring. Though coach Bobby Petrino has said he wants Brown to get 20-25 carries a game, the depth here will help the Cards. Especially since Petrino is known for getting multiple backs involved in the offense. In three previous head coaching stops, Petrino has had two backs with over 100 carries five times. During his first run at Louisville, Petrino had three backs with 75 or more carries three out of his four seasons. There is ample opportunity for the ball to go around, especially with the skill and versatility at the position. 

Read the rest of this entry Q&A with Gerald Christian

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Photo: Andy Lyons/Getty Images blogger Andrea Adelson recently was able to interview Louisville tight end Gerald Christian, and she posted that on the ACC blog on Monday. Christian looks to have a big season under Bobby Petrino, and I couldn’t agree more. While I think every player on offense will have their best season so far, Christian will be a mismatch for nearly anyone that tries to cover him. He should thrive this season.

Here is the interview posted on…

How much more will you be used in the Louisville pass game this year?

A: Coach Petrino, he’s known for using his tight ends and he’s a great coach. I like how he takes his personnel and utilizes their strengths. He’s going to take me and put me in position to be one-on-one against a linebacker and one-on-one against a safety, where he targets me to have mismatches to exploit the defense. Last year, the offense was just learning plays, whereas Coach Petrino takes his playmakers and targets them more to make plays.

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