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Possible new logo?


Big Time Yurts have these awesome Louisville inspired apparel and this is one of their new designs. I know the logo kind of looks like the Atlanta Hawks, but I like how the Cardinal with the basketball makes a Fleur De Lis. What do you all think? Check out Big Time Yurts website for more of their product designs --> http://www.bigtimeyurts.com/

University of Louisville mentioned during Olympic Introductions


University of Louisville mentioned during Olympic Introductions

Courtside with Rick Pitino and Angel Nunez 2-04-2012


Courtside with Rick Pitino and Angel Nunez 2-04-2012

2011 highlights video that I made.. Go cards!


2011 highlights video that I made.. Go cards!

[Louisville] AD Tom Jurich tells @CBSSports UofL's "intention to stay in Big East, but will explore...


[Louisville] AD Tom Jurich tells @CBSSports UofL's "intention to stay in Big East, but will explore all options w/in [Big East] & outside conference"

Brett McMurphy's Twitter account

ESPN Practice Report 8/24/2011

ESPN Nearly every Big East team has broken fall camp. So what are the unanswered questions remaining with less than two weeks before the season begins? Next up in my team-by-team look is Louisville. 1. Your starting cornerbacks are ... The biggest question mark on the team was not resolved during fall camp. Louisville has yet to announce its starting cornerbacks, hoping to give their players a few more days of competition before making a decision. Anthony Conner, Titus Teague and Jordon Paschal appear to be the top three players vying for a starting spot. None of them have very much playing experience. Conner started two games in 2009 before missing all of 2010 with a torn ACL. Teague appeared in four games last season; Paschal is a redshirt freshman. Behind them, Calvin Pryor, Charles Gaines and Andrew Johnson are options as well. Luckily for the Cardinals, they have excellent safeties in Shenard Holton and Hakeem Smith, which should help immensely. 2. Can Josh Bellamy keep it up? By all accounts, Bellamy had one of the best fall camps of any Louisville player. Can he keep that up headed into the season? The Cardinals have a lot of talent at receiver, but need a go-to guy to emerge. Last season, he had 29 catches for 401 yards and tied for the team high with five touchdowns. He has showed flashes of being the big-play receiver that is much needed. Now he has to prove it on game day. 3. Offensive line issues. The most solid player on the Louisville offensive line missed most of fall camp, a development that surely has Cardinals fans worried. Mario Benavides, one of the best centers in the league and the anchor of the unit, has missed a significant portion of camp with a foot injury. Louisville already had to replace four starters on the offensive line. The last thing the Cardinals need is to play without Benavides. There has been no update on his status since camp broke. The good news is he is a veteran, so he does not need as many reps as everyone else on the line. The bad news, of course, is that the Cardinals could go into the season with an entirely new offensive line.

Kyle Kuric's super-monster-dunk against Notre Dame


Here is Kyle Kuric's "Dunk of the Year" nominee on Notre Dame's Scott Martin. Wow. Just. Wow

Don't Stop Believin'


Louisville's journey to the 2010 College Cup had never weathered the flurry of goals or snow that accumulated in Cardinal Park on Saturday night. U of L goalkeeper Andre Boudreaux, a redshirt...

Men's Soccer Preview: Louisville battles UCLA tonight for a spot in the College Cup


via www.santabarbarasc.org Big stage tonight at Card Park. This is the biggest college soccer game ever played in the state of Kentucky. It's the most important game in Louisville's history, by...

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