And it includes a few surprises.
Former Oklahoma State Cowboys quarterback Wes Lunt has reportedly chosen to transfer to Illinois instead of Louisville.
We might not know what Louisville's offensive line is going to look like or even who Kentucky's starting quarterback is going to be, but that hasn't stopped the Golden Nugget from going ahead and making the Cardinals a 14-point favorite.
The Louisville football program now knows exactly which ACC teams it will be facing every year through 2024.
The Louisville football staff's impressive run during the current recruiting cycle continued on Monday when the Cardinals received a commitment from Powder Springs, Ga. defensive end Henry Famurewa.
From U of L: Due to inclement weather scheduled for the Louisville area on Saturday, the Charlie Strong Women's Clinic has been rescheduled for Sunday, June 2, at 3 p.m. For $60, the all-day...
Incoming Louisville freshman and former Trinity High School multi-sport star James Quick has been named the Dr. Rudy J. Ellis Sports Medicine Center Kentucky High School Male Athlete of the Year.
Phil Steele's preview magazine is the latest that has begun to leak out on the Internet, and it shouldn't come as much surprise that Steele likes Louisville to win the AAC.
The latest odds from Bovada to win both the BCS national championship and the Heisman Trophy are out, and Louisville figures prominently in both.
It's still the most famous quote associated with Louisville football, and now the man who made it thinks the time has come for the Cardinals to make it come to fruition.
Isaiah Ford, a four-star wide receiver from Jacksonville, became the 13th member of the 2014 class (and the eighth from the state of Florida) to commit to Louisville when he did so on Saturday.