Local news for Nov. 7, 2011
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Saturday morning quarterbacks welcome
The Louisville Cardinals and Kentucky Wildcats football teams have begun spring practice and both coaches are optomistic.
The University of Louisville football team won its first Big East Conference game of the season Saturday, clobbering Connecticut 26-0 take a look back at the Cardinals’ win with the Sunday Night Quarterback.
The University of Louisville football team played its best, and most complete, game of the season in Saturday’s 56-0 blowout of Memphis. Take a quick look back at the Cardinals’ victory with the Monday Morning Quarterback.
The University of Louisville football team built a big lead at Arkansas State, then almost blew it all, before prevailing 34-24 on Saturday night. Take a quick look back at the Cardinals’ victory with the Sunday Night Quarterback.
Take a quick look back at the University of Louisville football team's 35-28 loss at Oregon State on Saturday night. Senior quarterback Adam Froman, left, had the best game of his brief career - in spite of his lost fumble and late interception - by completing 22 of 38 passes for 288 yards and one touchdown while rushing for 46 yards and two TDs.
University of Kentucky junior do-it-all Randall Cobb accounted for 150 all-purpose yards and one touchdowns, while senior running back Derrick Locke rushed for 104 yards and two TDs, to lead the Wildcats to a 23-16 victory over the University of Louisville and new coach Charlie Strong in front of 55,327 fans at new-and-improved Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. It was UK’s fourth consecutive win in the Governor's Cup intrastate series, and the first for new coach Joker Phillips.
New University of Louisville football coach Charlie Strong is the man who has been hand-picked to lead the Cardinals back to the Bowl Championship Series after the please-can-we-forget Steve Kragthorpe Era. He has his work cut out for him, but he's up for the challenge.
New University of Louisville football coach Charlie Strong (left), as well as two of his assistants and several of his players, met with the media Tuesday to discuss the upcoming season. Here are a handful of the highlights.
Here are five reasons why the University of Louisville should leave the Big East for the Southeastern Conference if ever given the chance.
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