It's been widely reported that Louisville is headed to the ACC in 2014, but what does all the conference shake up mean? I analyze, and look at what schools are going where and just how it might effect the Cards.
In their final tune-up before the Kentucky game, Louisville found a few things to work on even though this game was a blow out.
With two coaches named Pitino on the floor, you wanted to see them do battle. The elder statesman showed the whippersnapper who's boss.
Louisville Cardinal talons end up being sharper than Memphis Tiger claws to keep the Cards playing tough and winning games.
A lot of talk has happened recently regarding Louisville and Kentucky's football coaching situation. With that in mind, I thought I'd take a look at the two programs' most succesful coaches.
Well Charlie Strong plans to remain in Louisville and Mark Stoops comes in to take over in Lexington with lofty goals. All that said, what is the aftermath of all of this? What will come of it? Will all this irresponsible media reporting really bring about the end of the world as the Mayans predicted. Short answer, I-don'know.
Russ Smith has his best day as a Cardinal and proves the saying to be true: "Russ Smith is always open."
All the other sports media got it wrong. Coach Strong remains with the Card Nation.
In their first real road game, the Cards came up as big as advertised.
The University of Louisville men’s soccer team ended their second consecutive season one win shy of the College Cup, soccer’s version of the final four, against the highest remaining seed in the tournament Saturday night in College Park MD.
To get national respect, coach Charlie Strong and company need to beat Florida on the national stage.
The Cards invite the Redbirds into their house, then are nearly sad that they did.