The Louisville women's basketball team kicked off 2016 with a big-time upset of No. 15 Florida State on Friday at the Yum Center. The Cards are back in action today against Georgia Tech.
Here is the GoCards.com preview for tonight's game against Wake Forest.
The New York Daily News says that Bilal Powell has been the unsung hero of the Jets' playoff push.
Powell's high football I.Q., elusiveness in the open football and versatility have turned him into one of the unsung players for an offense that ranks eighth in total yards and 10th in scoring entering the final week of the regular season. His personal highlight came on a 25-yard catch-and-run touchdown against the Giants earlier this month. He predictably didn't celebrate.
"Nah... That's not my thing," Powell said before admitting that he forgot to keep the football after scoring his first career receiving touchdown.
Powell, who has never lost a fumble in 514 career touches, isn't naïve to the business of football with free agency looming for a second consecutive season.
"Nobody likes the business part of it," Powell said. "You just have to come do your job every day. Anybody's number can be called to be out of here or anybody's number can be called to step up and perform. I'm trying to put myself in a position to help this team get to the playoffs. At the end of the day, I just want to win."
He's making a difference in the shadows, which is exactly how he prefers it.
The Louisville Cardinal looks at the top five moments for Cardinal athletics in 2015 and poses the five biggest questions for the athletic program in the year ahead.
If you're looking for a full replay of the Music City Bowl online, your ship has arrived.
Louisville is No. 28 in the new college football S&P ratings.
Thanks to Rick Pitino, you can see the clip of Trey Lewis spraining his ankle in practice by downloading it here. There will definitely be no questions of "Pitino-speak" on this one, that is a nasty-looking ankle injury.
If you're a Deadliest Catch fan then I assume you'll have a better idea of who this is than I do.
Louisville commit and Trinity High standout Rodjay Burns has been named first team All-State.
Bill Walton went to a Grateful Dead concert on New Year's Eve because he's Bill Walton.
The Music City Bowl got higher television ratings (5.4) than the Sugar Bowl (5.3). Also, this year's Rose Bowl received its lowest rating (7.9) since it first began being televised in 1983. The Previous low was 9.3 in 2013.
Louisville is No. 18 in the most recent hoops power rankings from Luke Winn.
In case you somehow missed the story, a Kentucky fan got tossed out of the Music City Bowl.
The Wake Forest athletic department previews tonight's game here.
Louisville football's 2015 total offense by class: freshmen 52.6%, sophomores 35.2%, juniors 11.8%, seniors 0.3%.— Kelly Dickey (@RealCardGame) January 3, 2016
Mark Blankenbaker says that the "season of patience" paid off for Louisville football fans, and will continue to pay off in the future.
College basketball is going to have a No. 1 vs. No. 2 game tomorrow night, which is cool.
Each member of the staff over at the great Blogger so Dear likes the Cards tonight.