ESPN names Montrezl Harrell as the second-best returning dunker in college basketball.
CBS' Jerry Palm has Louisville as the two seed in Kentucky's region because of course he does in his preseason bracket projection.
USA Today has Louisville a line lower because of course they do.
I would say that I can't believe this is happening again, but that would be lying and lying is bad like 73 percent of the time.
Geord Holliman and DeVante Parker both get helmet stickers from ESPN.
Louisville safety Gerod Holliman. What more needs to be said about Holliman? He had added three interceptions in Saturday's 38-19 win at Boston College, giving him a ridiculous 13 on the season. Through 10 games. Let that sink in. He easily leads the nation, as he is now four ahead of Ole Miss' Senquez Golson.
Louisville wide receiver DeVante Parker. It's easy to wonder where this Cardinals team would be had Parker not gotten hurt during camp. The senior turned in another brilliant performance on Saturday, notching eight catches for 144 yards to go along with his first touchdown of the season. All Parker has done in his three games back is tally 25 catches for 490 yards, topping 130 yards in each of his three contests.
According to ESPN, Calvin Pryor was benched by the New York Jets on Sunday because he has repeatedly been late to team meetings.
ESPN just announced SEC Network games for Nov. 29. No #UofL-UK, so with kickoff still TBD, game should end up on ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNU.
— Jonathan Lintner (@JonathanLintner) November 10, 2014
Syracuse's official site notes that Louisville is the only team that has scored more than one goal in a game against the Orange soccer team this season. The rematch of a 2-1 overtime thriller won by the Cards last month will take place on Friday night in the ACC Tournament semifinals.
Congrats to the U of L field hockey team, which landed its first bid to the NCAA Tournament since 2008 on Sunday. The Cards will begin their quest for a national championship on Saturday against 18-2 Stanford in Storrs, Conn. The winner will likely face No. 3 overall seed UConn on Sunday. Here's the complete bracket.
NFL.com takes note of what Gerod Holliman is doing.
It has taken a while for Louisville free safety Gerod Holliman to get where he is. That's fine, though, considering where he is is on the verge of making history.
Holliman (6-foot-0, 213 pounds), a sophomore who is draft-eligible, leads the nation with 13 interceptions -- one shy of the single-season record set by Washington cornerback Al Worley in 1968. Holliman by himself has more picks than 111 teams.
Holliman had three interceptions in Saturday's win over Boston College, including on the first play of the game; it was his fourth game this season with at least two picks. He has had an interception in eight of Louisville's 10 games and has three games remaining this season to set the record.
Holliman's ball skills never have been in question. A scouting report by Rivals.com in 2010, when he was a high school senior at Miami's Southridge High, called Holliman "a very instinctual player (who) reads run/pass very quickly. His ball skills are excellent and he always seems to be in the right place at the right time." Holliman had 12 picks as a high school senior.
U of L hangs tight at No. 3 in the latest power poll from the ACC Digital Network.
The Cards jump back into the top 15 of the S&P Rankings from Football Outsiders.