December 6, 2012 - 9:35am
Charlie Strong commits to Louisville
All the other sports media got it wrong. Coach Strong remains with the Card Nation.
After weeks of wild speculation, innuendo and outright lies by some of the outside parties that wanted to be involved, Charlie Strong made it official Thursday morning. He will remain the head coach of the University of Louisville football Cardinals. Tennessee made a late play for the coach, but in...
December 5, 2012 - 12:25am
Louisville hammers College of Charleston 80-38
In their first real road game, the Cards came up as big as advertised.
While every sports media organization spent their day trying to get football coach Charlie Strong hired away from the University of Louisville, basketball coach Rick Pitino took his Cardinals on the road to the College of Charleston. This counts as their first real road game for Louisville because...
December 3, 2012 - 1:01pm
The University of Louisville men’s soccer team ended their second consecutive season one win shy of the College Cup, soccer’s version of the final four, against the highest remaining seed in the tournament Saturday night in College Park MD.
The University of Louisville soccer team routinely schedules difficult opponents to prepare for the postseason. When they scheduled powerhouse Maryland to open the season nobody realized it would be preview of a match to determine who would advance to the NCAA College Cup for an opportunity to...
December 2, 2012 - 10:08pm
Louisville accepts invitation to the Sugar Bowl
To get national respect, coach Charlie Strong and company need to beat Florida on the national stage.
Conventional thinking put the 18th ranked University of Louisville Cardinals (10-2) in the Orange Bowl. At the beginning of the season when pundits lauded the talent the Cards had in coach Charlie Strong’s crew, they mentioned the eventual destination should be the Orange Bowl on New Year...
December 2, 2012 - 9:44am
Louisville Cardinals avoid embarrassment at home, beat Illinois State 69-66
The Cards invite the Redbirds into their house, then are nearly sad that they did.
The University of Louisville Cardinals (6-1) came back to the friendly confines of the KFC Yum! Center Saturday afternoon after an intense tournament in the Bahamas and a week off. That should have meant tanned and rested. Instead the layoff left them rusty confused against the Illinois State...