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4-star QB Marcel Reed to visit Louisville on Wednesday

The University of Louisville football staff will host another elite Class of 2023 quarterback on Wednesday. Nashville, Tenn., Montgomery Bell Academy quarterback Marcel Reed, a top 175 prospect nationally in the Class of 2023, is expected to make an unofficial visit to campus. Louisville was one of the first offers...
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Early look at Louisville’s upcoming football season

The Louisville Cardinals are in dire need of a winning football season, especially after their 2020 letdown. Louisville went from having an 8-5 record in 2019 to a 4-7 record in 2020. Things had better get better quickly. Attrition striking during the off season, with UofL losing four assistant coaches,...
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Speedy North Carolina WR Mehki Wall visits Louisville

University of Louisville wide receiver coach Gunter Brewer has been keeping busy on the recruiting front. Brewer and the U of L staff have hosted several major wide receiver targets in the Class of 2022 recently, including official and unofficial visits. The latest came on Monday when Greensboro, N.C., Dudley...
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Kentucky Offers 2022 Manual RB Jawaun Northington

Kentucky is pursuing another talented high school football player from the city of Louisville. Manual running back Jawaun Northington revealed Tuesday afternoon that he received a scholarship offer from the Cats after camping in Lexington. It’s the rising senior’s first SEC offer. A three-star prospect, Northington previously picked up offers...
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Wednesday Headlines: Jawaun Northington Edition

Kentucky is looking to pull another talent out of the city of Louisville, this time in the form of 2022 running back Jawaun Northington. Northington, a 5’11, 185 pound running back out of Dupont Manual, is listed as the 11th-ranked player in the state, according to the 247 Sports Composite rankings.
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'22 target Rodney Rice starts official visit at Louisville today

The University of Louisville basketball staff is expected to have one of its top Class of 2022 targets on campus this evening. Hyattsville, Md., DeMatha Catholic guard Rodney Rice will start his official visit with the Cardinals tonight. It will be the second official visit for Rice, who was at Alabama earlier this month. He'll be in town until Thursday morning.
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Universities, student athletes past and present react to Supreme Court ruling against the NCAA

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - The billion-dollar business of college athletics has taken a big turn in favor of athletes. On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously decided the NCAA was violating anti-trust laws. The ruling allows student athletes to receive more education-related benefits from their schools, including free study abroad programs, educational equipment, internships and cash awards for academic accomplishments.
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The Cardinal Countdown: 75 Days Until Kickoff

Thoughts: Louisville went after Gunn pretty early in the recruiting process and this time it paid off well. Back on March 17th, 2020 Gunn had seen enough and went full Jon Taffer on his recruitment...“I’m shutting it down, now!” In the strange world of recruiting that could mean nothing, but this time he was for real, and Gunn was the first name to sign on the dotted line and commit to the Cards back in December, beating out UK, Michigan State, West Virginia, and others.
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Highlights & Evaluation: Louisville OL Commit Max Cabana

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - The Louisville football program has landed their third commit in the Class of 2022, as offensive lineman Max Cabana has given his verbal pledge to play for the Cardinals. Here is Louisville Report's full evaluation of Cabana:. Prospect: Maxime-Olivier "Max" Cabana. Position: Offensive Tackle. Vitals: 6-foot-5, 275...
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Louisville turns up the heat in Reed Sheppard recruitment

With the summer basketball circuit in full swing, North Laurel’s Reed Sheppard is on the move, both on and off the court, with unofficial visits in progress for the month of June. Sheppard, the son of Jeff and Stacey (Reed) Sheppard, both former UK basketball stars, has spent quality time...
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UofL men's basketball team trading balls for bats in charity game

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The University of Louisville's men's basketball team is trading baskets for home runs. The team will participate in a charity softball game called "Louisville Basketball: The Show" on Monday, July 19 at 6 p.m. at Jim Patterson Stadium. The game will feature the 2021-2022 UofL men's basketball players and coaches.
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BOZICH | Are critics sleeping on Louisville's defense? Ask C.J. Avery

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The college football magazines are in Bulletin Board Mode while assessing the chances of the University of Louisville to deliver a dominating season. Athlon Sports projected the Cards to finish fifth in the Atlantic Division of the Atlantic Coast Conference. Lindy's dropped U of L to sixth, ahead of a lowly Syracuse program that is likely to make a coaching change.
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Illinois WR Jacob Bostick has 'awesome' visit to Louisville

Palatine, Ill., High School wide receiver Jacob Bostick hasn't been talking with the University of Louisville football staff for long. But it appears the Cardinals and wide receivers coach Gunter Brewer have made up some ground in a hurry. The 6-foot-3, 170-pound Bostick made an official visit over the weekend...
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Max Cabana talks about his commitment to Louisville

Cardinal Authority spoke with new University of Louisville football commitment Max Cabana on Monday evening. The Canadian-born Cabana, an offensive tackle at Easthampton (Mass.) Williston Northampton, made an official visit to Louisville earlier this month and made his verbal commitment on Monday afternoon. He picked the Cardinals over Wake Forest.
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Linebacker CJ Avery back to improve self and Louisville defense

Louisville linebacker CJ Avery didn't anticipate still being playing for the Cardinals five years after committing to the program. A four-year starter for the Cardinals, Avery chose to take advantage of an added year of eligibility due granted by the NCAA due to the impact the pandemic had on the 2020 season. When he inked with UofL as part of the 2017 recruiting class, the Grenada, Miss., product envisioned that he'd be drawing an NFL paycheck in 2021.
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Analysis: Louisville lands Canadian offensive lineman

Maxime-Olivier Cabana is the third commitment on the Class of 2022 board for the University of Louisville football staff. The 6-foot-5, 270-pound Cabana, who made an official visit to Louisville earlier this month, is a Canadian-born offensive lineman who is playing for The Williston Northhampton School in Easthampton, Mass. Cabana...