The U of L men's soccer team got a much-needed 2-1 victory over Florida Gulf Coast Tuesday night.
The Memphis Grizzlies hate winning and so they have waived Luke Hancock.
This is adding insult to injury.
Safety Jayron Kearse made a game-saving play late in Saturday's win over Louisville, chasing down Louisville receiver Eli Quick to make a tackle that saved a touchdown. Clemson's defense held on fourth down, but defensive coordinator Brent Venables gave Kearse a minus on the play.
Senior corner Garry Peters explained it this way: "We were in cover two, and Jayron was supposed to be high on the other side of the field. But he got out of position, and thank goodness he did because I don't know if he would have caught up to him otherwise. I was just watching and hoping he could catch him. But because he was a little out of position, Coach Venables gave him a minus on the play."
Kearse told us it as miscommunication.
"I got the wrong signal. I didn't see it was a Cover 2," he said. "I look at it as a blessing, because if I had been outside the hash I don't know that I could have caught him."
Trez is the only Louisville player forecasted to finish in the nation's top 100 in scoring this season by Sports Illustrated.
Lose yourself in these 40 maps and charts that explain sports in America.
Louisville slips a spot to No. 6 in the latest ACC power rankings from the ACC Digital Network.
If you're planning on attending the Pink Prom Friday night and still haven't bought tickets, you can use the promo code "CARDCHRONICLE" to save 10 bucks on your purchase.
It would appear as though Gary Barnidge is living the dream.
Lost in the shuffle while I was on the road to Clemson on Friday was the news that freshman wide receiver Cameron Polk has been dismissed from the team.
Louisville's opponents average 3.6 yards per play, which would be the third-lowest average since 1962.— Jeff Greer (@jeffgreer_cj) October 14, 2014
Doing a little research, Alabama (2005) is the last team to hold an opponent without a touchdown for 17 consecutive quarters.— Rocco_GasparroULFB (@Rocco_Gasparro) October 14, 2014
U of L is tied for third in the week 8 ACC power rankings from TNIAAM.
The T-Rank formula from Bucky's 5th Quarter (Wisconsin) has the ACC as the third-strongest hoops conference heading into the 2014-15 season.
Jeff Greer hones in on one play from the Clemson game to examine how having DeVante Parker on the field might change things for the Louisville offense.
This story about a dying female college basketball player is extremely heavy, but also extremely worth your time.
As you've probably seen by now, a Clemson fan somehow found his way onto Louisville's bench in the middle of the game last Saturday. The university was not happy about it, and has offered up the following statement:
The individual had an authorized credential issued for a group allowed on the field for halftime. He is not a member of that group, and action will be taken against those individuals who were authorized to distribute the credentials. As an athletic department, the security of our fans and visitors are of the utmost importance, and we will continue to evaluate and reinforce visiting team bench security in future games.
Class of 2016 shooting guard Markelle Fultz took an unofficial visit to U of L on Monday.
Terry Rozier is one of 10 breakout players you should have your eye on for the upcoming season.
Backing the Pack examines what NC State's seven suspensions might make its two-deep look like for this weekend.
For the first time I can remember, the full CBS college hoops schedule for the 2014-15 season includes precisely zero Louisville games.
Roy Philon, who was recently cut from the Chicago Bears' practice squad, worked out for the Detroit Lions this week.
The ULM beat writer's complaints about the UK media is the least surprising thing you'll read or you have read this week.
We've all been there, bruh.
The Clemson folks over at Rubbing the Rock are confident that Louisville can beat Florida State and help the Tigers in the Atlantic Division title race.
Backing the Pack uses anagrams to decide who they think should start for Louisville at quarterback.
Louisville is No. 6 in the latest ACC power rankings from SB Nation.
And finally, your Louisville/Clemson game review from Sahkin' the Southland.