In the wee hours of the morning while most of CardNation was asleep, the Cards landed another commitment, this time from 4 star defensive end Aaron Odom. According to Scout.com, Odom is the 22nd ranked defensive end in the 2017 class, as well as the 1st ranked defensive end in the state of Mississippi. Odom flipped from Miss State to the Cards. Good to see that hiring of new defensive coaches Peter Sirmon and Lorenzo Ward is already paying early dividends on the recruiting front.
— Aaron Odom (@almighty_o_3) January 19, 2017
This years National title game hasn’t even been played yet & the odds for next years winners are already out:
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The season didn’t end the way we had hoped. The Citrus Bowl was supposed to be the positive springboard into next season just as the Music City Bowl was last year. When I saw that Josh Harvey-Clemons, Shaq Wiggins and Trumaine Washington were all in street clothes, I knew the defense would have some issues. What I hoped to see was improvement from the offensive line. I did not. Read the rest of this entry
Here is Head Coach Bobby Petrino’s press conference from today in Orlando for the 2016 Citrus Bowl.
Here are a few of the interviews that were done after today’s bowl practice with the team as they gear up to face LSU on Saturday morning at 11 am.
Josh Harvey-ClemonsPost-Practice Interview
DeAngelo Brown Post-Practice Interview
Drew Bailey Post-Practice Interview
Jeremy Smith Post-Practice Interview
Tobijah Hughley Post-Practice Interview
On Thursday, Dec. 15, 36 current or former University of Louisville student-athletes will participate in the fall graduation ceremony at the KFC Yum! Center.
“We are proud of the sustained academic success of our student-athletes,” said Marvin Mitchell, Louisville’s Senior Associate Director for Student Services and Diversity. “They have worked hard to achieve goals in their sport as well as in the classroom. Congratulation to this year’s graduating class!”
Happy day after Heisman day! It is always a great day to wake up and say, Louisville had a Heisman Trophy Winner. I will admit I have a small sample size for that comment seeing I’ve only been able to experience that one day. Lamar Jackson became immortal in Louisville sports history. It’s something most of us never thought we would see. Going back to the days of practicing & watching games at Old Cardinal Stadium. We were an independent then C-USA then Big East then AAC and now ACC. We are in the ACC! Everything has changed. We are reaping the benefits of that now.
Another thing that makes these days great are waking up and seeing another highlight video from @UofLFootball commemorating Lamar’s amazing and historic moment. Rocco did an amazing job chronicling it. Made me feel like I was there. Here’s the latest.
Here is footage by @UofLFootball of the Heisman Trophy announcement & presentation of the trophy.
As you all know by now Louisville has their first Heisman Trophy Winner. Lamar Jackson Is the youngest winner in history & has the most rushing yards by a winner that was also a QB. It’s truly awesome to have seen this & we should all be honored to have witnessed it. Here are videos of him winning the trophy.
Lamar has been busy the past few days. Our friends at @UofLFootball have put together a video showing what Lamar has been up to today in NYC. I also wanted to include some stuff I had seen throughout the day. Lamar Jackson is in NYC preparing for the Heisman Trophy Ceremony which happens tomorrow night at 8pm. The ceremony will be on ESPN & will also be broadcast live on 93.9 The Ville! Enjoy!
In a sign of things to come, Lamar made history tonight. He became the first Cardinal to ever win the Maxwell Award for the nations Player Of The Year & the first Card to win the Walter Camp Player of The Year Award. He was also named to the All-American team. He somehow lost the O’Brien award (best QB) to a guy that finished second to Lamar in the ACC Player Of The Year Race:
Ever wanted to see all 51 of Lamar’s TD’S in one place at the same time? You can now. Our friends at the ACC Digital Network have compiled this video that shows them all. Enjoy!
Jaire Alexander just finished his sophomore season and is already a shut down corner. He was graded as PFF’s best corner in college football for the 2016 season and is my favorite player on the team. His interception vs. Clemson in the endzone and against Virginia are two of the best I have ever seen. Enjoy this highlight video from @TTTWILL Read the rest of this entry