Louisville coach Bobby Petrino summed Saturday’s game up best saying, “It’s a bad day for us.” Nothing went right for the Cardinals as they fell to 0 – 2 on the season with a 34 – 31 loss against the unranked Houston Cougars. It has not been the start the Cardinals were hoping. The loss comes less than a week away from a home game against the No. 12 ranked Clemson Tigers. Continue reading Louisville Football – Cards Fall to Houston 34 – 31
Maya McClendon had 10 kills, two aces and seven blocks to lead the University of Louisville volleyball team to a 25-16, 25-16, 25-10, 25-21 sweep of Seton Hall in the second match of the Active Ankle Challenge in Cardinal Arena Saturday morning. Continue reading Louisville Volleyball – Louisville Cardinals Volleyball Sweeps Seton Hall
Outside hitter Erin Fairs’ 16 kills were not enough as the No. 13-ranked Wisconsin Badgers outlasted the University of Louisville in the final match of the ACC/Big Ten Volleyball Challenge. Continue reading College Volleyball – Cardinal Volleyball Falls to No. 13 Wisconsin
A number of questions had to be answered by the Louisville Cardinals coming into the 2015 college football season. How would they replace the players they lost with only nine starters returning? How would the extremely young offensive line hold up especially against a Will Muschamp defense? And which quarterback or quarterbacks would start for the Cardinals?
Enclosing north end zone will increase capacity to 65,000, enhance team training facilities
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The University of Louisville will expand Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium for the second time in the last decade, a development which will enclose the north end zone, create multiple new fan amenities and enlarge and enhance the training facilities for the football team. Continue reading College Sports – UofL Will Expand Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium