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.
Cardinal Forever, James Burgess has seen his fair share of ups and downs since leaving Louisville. He has jumped from team to team in the NFL, always right on the edge of making the final roster. Until now that is, he has found his home in Cleveland. Andrew Gribble sat down with Burgess and discussed why this time is different.
No matter the score on the scoreboard, Cardinal fans can always count on the Lady Birds to be a bright spot in the game. Here is their routine from the Clemson game.
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.
Jeremy Smith’s father has said his son plans on taking a medical redshirt for this year. This wil allow him to come back for a 5th year next year. CSZ continues to hope for a smooth recovery for Jeremy.
Lamar Jackson broke another ACC record on Saturday night. He now stands alone as having the most career rushing yards as a quarterback. Congratulations Lamar!
Relive some of the best moments of ESPN’s College GameDay from Saturday’s visit to the University of Louisville.
Here is a TweetCap of today’s press conference from University of Louisville Head Coach, Bobby Petrino, tight ends G.G. Robinson and Charles Standberry via @UofLFootball
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 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.
Courtesy of Dae Williams’ twitter (@alldae_)
Great news coming from the University of Louisville Football team today. Redshirt Freshman running back, Dae Williams, has been cleared to start practicing. Williams tore his ACL in spring practice earlier this year. We at Cardinal Sports Zone look forward to seeing Williams in action soon.
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.
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!
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.
Leading up to game day, Marty Smith took a tour around the beautiful city of Louisville. He even ran into a surprise guest along the way. Check it out below!
Tonight, The University of Louisville’s Men’s Basketball team picked up a big time local recruit. David Johnson, out of Trinity High School, gave Coach Rick Pitino his first big commit of 2019’s recruiting class. He is rated the number 29 player in the class. David reminds me of a Terry Rozier with bigger size.
DeVante Parker was a monster at UofL, his numbers were ridiculous every game he played. Everyone expected that momentum to continue as he entered the NFL. Unfortunately, injuries have plagued his first two years. Now he is as healthy as he has been in years and he plans on putting up real points, not just fantasy points for the Miami Dolphins. Omar Kelly with the Sun Sentinel sat down with DeVante about what to expect from him this season. You can read the full interview below.