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Less than 50 days, kids.

—Louisville women’s basketball freshman guard Payton Verhulst will participate in the 2021 USA Basketball Women’s U19 World Cup Team Training Camp.

—As we head into ACC media week, the CJ’s Cameron Teague Robinson looks at the five biggest questions facing Louisville football.

—Male High hoops standout Kaleb Glenn has been offered by Tennessee.

—Glenn nearly averaged a double-double this summer on the Nike EYBL circuit.

—The Cards are the 10th choice to win the ACC over at Super Book.

—According to Matt Howe of 247 Sports, Louisville has two of the 10 most important transfers in the ACC for the 2021 football season.

—Tennessee Titans site Titan Sized says fans of the team are going to be shocked by how productive Dez Fitzpatrick is.

—After he was criticized by a handful of national media members for playing pickup football with kids, a bevy of NFL players have come out to voice their support for Lamar Jackson.

—Louisville football speedster Tyler Harrell talked with members of the media on Monday morning.

(On what he has done to improve his game)

Like I said earlier, just the little things. Keep my feet wet, keep hydrated and keeping my body good to stay healthy for the season. So when the season comes, I can perform.

(On what his 40-yard dash time was at Louisville’s Pro Day earlier this year)

My 40 time was a 4.24. That’s my fastest 40 time. Hand timed was 4.19.

(On what he brings to the gridiron)

Hard working, fast temp and great effort every play. They’re going to see a great route runner, good hands and good getting off the ball, getting off the line, and great blocking.

You can read his full comments here.

—Ten years ago today I hit publish on this bad boy at 4:29 in the morning. The site was never the same.

—Cardinal Authority tracks the top U of L hoops recruits at the Nike Peach Jam.

—A bulked up J.J. Traynor is ready to make more of an impact during his sophomore season.

—The Cardinal basketball charity softball game goes down tonight at Jim Patterson.

—Louisville is one of the opponents Ohio State football has a perfect record against, although the Cards had great chances to win both of their meetings with the Buckeyes.

—Congrats to recently graduated U of L golfer Matthias Schmid on winning the silver medal as the low amateur at The Open Championship.

—No. 1 draft pick Henry Davis has officially signed his first contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates.

—Davis’ first official swings as a member of the franchise were memorable.

—Louisville Report gives a midseason update on the former Cards in the WNBA.

—U of L defensive back recruit Jordan Allen committed to Penn State over the weekend.

—Marcus Carr is officially headed to Texas.

—And finally, Chris Mack and the rest of the Louisville men’s basketball staff continue to put the full-court press on class of 2022 standout Rodney Rice.