Lamar Jackson showed his touchdown dance off for the ACC Digital Network:
I imagine he was telling this ref that one day he would be a fruit ninja master. Maybe not but let’s see how Coach Bobby Petrino handles the world of Virtual Reality. If it’s a fraction of the way that he coaches then the other ACC coaches are in trouble.
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Here is a Tweet-Cap with tweets from @UofLFootball from today’s coverage of ACC Football Media Day. Enjoy!
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Here is the periscope video interview from Lamar Jackson at ACC Football Media Day.
We have heard about it for a few days but now it is official. Here is some of the information on the ACC Network!
This afternoon the good people at ESPN gave their predictions for who will be named ACC POY. The actual announcement will come later in the week. The guy who won Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year at TCU as a Freshman is getting into the groove of things and is ready to continue what he started last year.
It everyone’s 2nd (or 3rd) favorite time of the year behind Opening Day Kickoff. It is UofL Football Media Guide Release Day. I will not spoil things for you but make sure you check out the depth charts, position changes, jersey number changes and all of the fun stuff. Enjoy and Go Cards!
Here is the latest in the Get To Know series from @UofLFootball. Today we get to know DL Drew Bailey. I really wish there was one of these for every player. Follow him on Twitter at @Drew_Foreal. I had no idea he could sing as well as I can tackle.
Bobby Petrino is revered as a top-level college football coach. He has the reputation of an offensive genius and has earned the national respect of his coaching peers and everyone associated with college football. He was just about to take himself, along with the University of Louisville football program, to that level in 2007 but in January of 2007 his abrupt and selfish departure to the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons cost both Petrino and the University that perceived national respect they both so strongly coveted. The Petrino led Cards had just finished the 2006 season with a 12-1 record, an Orange Bowl victory and a school-high ranking of #3 in the country after beating the then #3 team WVU in the Blackout game at Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium. On the night before my birthday, Louisville had 1 heartbreaking loss at Rutgers that most likely costs them a spot in the national championship game (I still hate Ito). Together, Petrino and Louisville seemed to be headed for a constant spot near the top of the college football rankings. But it wasn’t meant to be. Well, at least not then. Read the rest of this entry
I know you all are itching intensely for some Louisville Football. I intend to scratch that itch today. Well not me per say but I bring you something to scratch that itch. Does that make me a back scratcher? WHERE AM I GOING WITH THIS??? Sorry, Let’s get back on track. Today Athlon Sports released a list of Louisville’s toughest games and ranks them in such order. Who is the toughest on the schedule? What does Athlons think about UofL Football? Here is an excerpt from the story.
For the last five seasons, the ACC champion has either been the Clemson Tigers or the Florida State Seminoles. If there’s one team that could change that, it is the Louisville Cardinals. After beginning the 2015 season just 2-4, head coach Bobby Petrino‘s Cardinals won six out of their last seven games to finish 8-5. With 16 returning starters, Louisville is a dark horse pick to win the ACC championship this fall. The road through the ACC won’t be an easy one as the Cardinals will have to play both Florida State and Clemson since all three are in the Atlantic Division. Louisville also has a tough non-conference slate with road games to Houston and Marshall on tap.
The following press release came from @UofLFootball:
The people at Campus Insiders put together their list of the top 10 teams that they thought would breakout in 2016. I won’t disclose their spot on the list as I want to direct traffic to their site too. Here are their thoughts on Louisville: