November 12, 2012 - 1:12pm
Louisville football loses leading running back Senorise Perry for the season
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.
During his weekly press conference, University of Louisville football coach Charlie Strong announced that junior running back Senorise Perry suffered an ACL tear in last Saturday’s 45-26 loss to Syracuse University at the Carrier Dome in New York. Because of the lengthy recovery time involved...
November 12, 2012 - 10:00am
Today Jeff Brohm is a veteran football coach but before all that he was another stand out at Trinity high school.
In a recent article I took a look at the title of Mr. Football, an award given to the biggest standout high school player of that year.And, the first Louisville native to be given that award came in 1988, three years after the award commenced, was Trinity’s Jeff Brohm. A natural quarterback...
November 13, 2012 - 9:08am
Louisville football suffers their first loss of the season to Syracuse 45-26
The Cards fall at Syracuse and the fans are saying "L no."
The University of Louisville football Cardinals rolled into the Carrier Dome in New York to take on the Syracuse Orange on its Senior Day. Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib mentioned in the media that the Cuse has never lost on Senior Day, so the Louisville locker room used that for bulletin board...
November 12, 2012 - 5:02pm
Louisville football travels to Syracuse to take on the best offense in the Big E
A better offense than Louisville? The heck you say.
To say that the 9th ranked University of Louisville Cardinals are steamrolling through their football schedule is to do a disservice to steamrollers everywhere. The Cards have rediscovered their mojo and have upgraded to a bulldozer. Saturday that undefeated Louisville juggernaut travels to the...
November 6, 2012 - 10:00am
Kentucky's Mr. Football is often directly related to performances in the annual state playoffs, with that in mind and considering the fact that the state opened this round of playoffs last Thursday, I felt it only appropriate to take a look at some of the 'Ville's Mr. Football honorees.
Last Thursday opened up the high school varsity football playoffs for Kentucky; all classes had teams on display for 1-A to 5-A, and in those various divisions a plethora of Louisville teams made their way into further rounds.However, this got me thinking about the crowning of Mr. Football for...