Here is a TweetCap of today’s press conference from University of Louisville Head Coach, Bobby Petrino via @UofLFootball
After a strong bounce back, from a hard loss, the University of Louisville football team jumps back up to number 17 in this week’ AP Poll. Take a look to see where the rest of the ACC stands.
After a week of working to shake off last week’s loss, the University of Louisville football team came out ready to play. Here are the highlights from the UofL vs Kent State match up.
Here is the what University of Louisville football team will wear tomorrow against Kent State.
The celebrity guest picker for today’s ESPN College Gameday is the University of Louisville’s men’s basketball coach, Rick Pitino!
UofL Baseball’s recruiting class was ranked 13th by Baseball America this week. You can get a first glimpse at the team this weekend. They will be playing on Friday and Saturday, with first pitch set for 2:30 each day. Admission is free this weekend and is a great way to kick off, what is sure to be an unforgettable weekend in the ville!
The 2016 Heisman winner, Lamar Jackson flew under as many radars possible coming into the 2017 season. Every person imaginable overlooked him, completely forgot about the record-breaking season he posted last year. Jordan Heck with Sporting News and Eric Galko with Optimum Scouting, break down why Jackson deserves every ounce of praise he has received finally. It seems Cardinal fans are not the only ones who remember why he is the best quarterback in the country, not a wide receiver.
Here is a TweetCap of today’s press conference from University of Louisville Head Coach, Bobby Petrino, via @UofLFootball
Lamar Jackson had an amazing game yesterday and once again, everyone is noticing. Our friends at the ACC Digital Network created a Lamar Jackson highlight reel from the game yesterday against UNC. Take a look below.
NFL Sunday’s are back! As you prepare for a day of football, chili, queso and some adult beverages, keep an eye out for some familiar faces. Thanks to to our guy Kelly Dickey AKA
@RealCardGame for this easy to follow list of every former cardinal playing on Sundays now. Take a look below!
It’s bacccckkkkk. For the second year in a row, College Game Day will be making its way to Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium for week 3 of the college football season. The defending national champions, Clemson will be taking on Louisville and Lamar Jackson, the reigning Heisman Trophy winner in the 330 PM game. There’s still a strong chance it could get moved to prime time. Stay tuned to CSZ as more details are available. It’s gonna be another fun week around the Ville!
UPDATE-Kickoff at 812
ESPN’s College GameDay Built by the Home Depot is broadcasting from the University of Louisville for the second time in as many seasons on Saturday, showcasing a top-15 matchup between Louisville and defending national champion Clemson.
The Cardinals, currently ranked No. 17 in the latest Associated Press poll, welcome No. 3 Clemson for a 3:30 p.m. kick on Sept. 16 in Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium.
Cardinals Forever, Russdiculous, STV, Wichita and Lukeeeeeeeee all had dinner with Coach Pitino tonight at Jeff Rubys. There is a reason the 2013 team was so special to so many people, and those four guys are a huge part of it.
Leading into week 2 of the season, and the start of ACC play, we asked each member of Cardinal Sports Zone what their predictions were for the game.
Jeremy: Cards 44 UNC 24
Lamar 457 total yards, 347 passing 110 rushing
Chucky 2 ints
Katie Goben: 28-21 Louisville. LJ with 3 touchdowns on the day and Dez has 2 of those touchdowns. Stacy Thomas continues to dominate on d.
Nunn: Cards win 31-14. Last year on defense UNC gave up the ACC worst, 227.3 rushing yards per game. This seems like a good time to get the running game back on track.
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 Radio College Game Day will be on campus for the matchup against Clemson. They will be broadcasting from Gate 3 from noon to 7 pm on September 16th. Louisville is set to take on Clemson at 3:30 PM that day.
No. 16 Louisville (1-0) hosts No. 3 Clemson (1-0) at 3:30 p.m. that day in what could be a significant matchup in the ACC’s Atlantic Division title race. The game still doesn’t have a a set channel to call home.
From the CJ-
“We are so excited to bring ESPN Radio’s ‘College GameDay’ broadcast to campus on Saturday, Sept. 16, leading up to the Clemson game,” ESPN marketing coordinator Shanice Smith wrote.
Louisville is the rumored 2nd place location for the TV version of GameDay at the moment. With the unfortunate events of FSU starting QB Deondre Francois going down to injury and Hurricane Irma & a follow up Hurricane right behind it, having the TV version of GameDay is not out of the question. Let’s hope that we get this oprestigious nod because of a dominating win this weekend & not because of negativity. We at CardinalSportsZone are keeping those affected by the Hurricanes of the past few and next few weeks in our thoughts and prayers.
Jon Rothstein reported today that the ACC is expected to release the 2017-2018 Men’s Basketball schedule tomorrow. What matchup are you most anticipating?
PFF College Football revealed who they thought the best offensive and defensive players were in the ACC in week one. They graded each player based off of their performance. Check it out, and let us know what you think .
Courtsey of Justin Thomas’ Twitter @JustinThomas34
Louisville native, Justin Thomas, celebrated his fifth victory today. JT has had a record-breaking year and is on his way to being the PGA player of the year. Even though he played his collegiate career at Alabama, he has always made it clear he loves the Louisville Cardinals. Congratulations Justin, Louisville is cheering for you!
Also, this interview will go down as one of my favorites of all time.