Spread check: Louisville by 39.5.
You have no idea how good it felt to type those words again. It's the little things.
UNC Charlotte 49er did we dislike the most in our previous life? Diego Guevara, Brendan Plavich or Bobby Lutz?
He said it on our show last week, but Pete Fiutak of Campus Insiders is now on video record for picking Louisville to win the ACC in 2016.
SB Nation's Michael Bird writes about the narratives you're going to get really, really sick of hearing about this college football season.
Wait is Boston College a 3.5 point underdog to Georgia Tech or is that their over/under for total points— Lauren Brownlow (@lebrownlow) August 29, 2016
The ACC Digital Network's latest video focuses on Reggie Bonnafon's turn from quarterback to wide receiver.
ESPN's Jared Shanker ranks the ACC's opening weekend slate, which is loaded at the top.
We continue to infiltrate Marshall a month ahead of schedule.
@GUMPWilson50 @CardChronicle while taking this picture a couple Marshall Football players were getting excited at us pic.twitter.com/W09PhCmd2b— 5_AM (@Samcmillen) August 28, 2016
DeAsian Richardson became "Johnny Richardson" last season, but now he's DeAsian again. Steve Jones explains why.
Louisville's role in the new 2K17 game will feature a roster of "all-time greats." I'm extremely interested to see what that roster looks like.
The Washington Post ranks Louisville No. 20 in its preseason countdown.
There's no bachelor party like a DePaul bachelor party.
Vavel previews the Cards.
The U of L women's soccer team rolled Toledo 4-0 on Sunday for its third consecutive shutout.
Jon Rothstein has Louisville at No. 4 in his updated ACC bball power rankings.
Updated ACC Power Rankings: Duke, UVA, UNC, Louisville, Syracuse, VT, Clemson, FSU, Miami, NC State, Pitt, Notre Dame, Wake Forest, BC, GT.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) August 28, 2016
Football Study Hall has Louisville third in the ACC when it comes to win projections for 2016.
The Orlando Sentinel lists U of L as one of college football's most promising underdogs.
Miami has dismissed two key defensive players.
Happy Birthday Todd! A true friend of the Louisville Baseball Program. pic.twitter.com/gTHHaEU2R5— Louisville Baseball (@UofLBaseball) August 26, 2016
Happy belated birthday.
The 12th-ranked Louisville field hockey is on the road today taking on Miami University.
After opening the season with a frustrating 0-0 draw against Butler last Friday, U of L men's soccer is back in action tonight at Lynn Stadium at 7:30 against Quinnipiac.
The motivational tweet search for Thursday's game day post is off and running.
It has been noted, Ian.
Deiontrez Mount was a surprise cut by the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.
If Louisville returns a kickoff for a touchdown at a home game this season, one lucky fan is going to win a free car. You can sign for a chance to be that fan right here.
Thank God actual football is here.
Somehow, Louisville has become a dark horse and overrated.— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) August 29, 2016
That is technically impossible. Yet here we are.
Teddy Bridgewater had himself a day on Sunday.
Sad news for Duke football, which lost quarterback Thomas Sirk for the season over the weekend. The Blue Devils come to PJCS on Oct. 14.
And finally, the first bowl projections for 2016 from ESPN both have Louisville playing in the Russell Athletic Bowl. Brett McMurphy has the Cards taking on Charlie Strong's Texas Longhorns in the game.