It wasn’t pretty, but it was a win. After the turmoil that was the FBI scandal at U of L, coach David Padgett helped lead the No. 16 Louisville Cardinals to a 72 – 61 win over the visiting George Mason Patriots. Continue reading Louisville Basketball – Padgett Gets First Win as Cards Head Coach
Louisville, KY – Each day now Louisville Cardinals fans wake up with the question of what will happen to their program that day. Today was a quiet day for once as the only news that came out was the naming of their interim coach. Former Cardinal, David Padgett, was named U of L’s new interim coach. Continue reading David Padgett Named U of L’s Interim Head Coach
Louisville, KY – In a week all Louisville fans want to forget the No. 17 football team gave them something to cheer about. The Cardinals raced out to a 35 – 3 halftime lead. They continued their dominance in the second half with mostly backups eventually winning 55 – 10. Continue reading UofL Football – Cards Too Much for Murray State
April of 2009 brought the news that Rick Pitino was the center of an extortion scheme with Karen Sypher and was called on the FBI to investigate the case. During the trial Pitino testified that he had an extramarital affair with Karen Sypher. He claimed he only had sex with Sypher once in 2003 and also admitted that he gave Sypher $3,000 to have an abortion. Sypher was sentenced to 87 months in prison for the extortion scheme. Continue reading Darkness at the University of Louisville
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. – An hour earlier entrance to parking lots, improved security measures, and multiple special events are among the items that University of Louisville football fans will notice when the Cardinals kick off their first home game of the season on Sept. 16 against Clemson at 8:12 p.m.
Stadium Parking Lots Open at 2 p.m. Continue reading UofL Football – Multiple Events Planned for UofL’s Football Game vs. Clemson on Saturday
“We definitely don’t want it to be the Lamar Jackson show. So, if he’s able to beat us with his arm, then well, he’s not going to beat us at all. I’ll take that back. He’s not going to beat us. We’re just going to stop anything that he tries to do.” Those were the words of North Carolina starting linebacker Andre Smith after practice on Wednesday. Well, it is time to take those words back Mr. Smith. Continue reading Uof L football – Tar Heels Can’t Stop Jackson as Cards Roll
Tomorrow never settles for the standards of today.
Last season, the University of Louisville finished 26th nationally in the Learfield Sports Director’s Cup national all-sports standings, its highest ever. CBS Sports has recognized the UofL Athletics program among the top seven nationally in its annual “Best in College Sports” review in four of the last five years, including a No. 7 ranking in the 2016-17 season.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — In the interest of augmenting existing security measures at football games at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium, University of Louisville Athletics will implement new security measures, including magnetic wanding at all entry gates and restricting the size and type of bag that may be carried into the stadium for home football games and concerts moving forward. Continue reading UofL Adds Clear Bag Policy, Magnetic Wanding at Football Games
The finding against Coach Pitino is one of the weakest I’ve ever seen against a head coach. Continue reading UofL Basketball – Statement from Scott Tompsett on behalf of Rick Pitino