The Cards still have a lot of work to do on the offensive end, but defense and size are awfully good.
Louisville loses their all-purpose offensive specialist to a knee injury. Charlie Strong has options, but we bet he wishes he didn't have to use them.
The Cards fall at Syracuse and the fans are saying "L no."
A better offense than Louisville? The heck you say.
On the way to respectability, the University of Louisville Cardinals trounce Temple and make a statement.
The battle for respect continues and it looks like the Cards are making headway.
It was supposed to be a clash of unbeaten Big East teams. Cincinnati didn't follow the script, but the game is big anyway.
Manual came into Male on Friday, upsetting them much to the suprise of many in attendance, plus how does this effect Louisville high school football rankings?
Louisville should have handled USF easily. Problem was, no one told USF.
Completing their return to the nest, the Big East leader comes into the game with new confidence.
The Cards aren't unanimous, but there's an explanation.
What's the old line? You can't stop him. You can only hope to contain him.