#Louisville football

Game Prediction: UCF at Louisville

LOUISVILLE - The Knights invade the state of Kentucky to take on the Cardinals in what should be a quarterback-driven game. From all the statistics and general information available, fans should watch the following areas the closest. For a more in-depth overview, check out The Daily Knight podcast, and there’s...
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How to Watch, Listen: Louisville vs. UCF

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - On the heels of capturing their first win of the 2021 season, the Louisville football program is preparing for their third game in 12 days, and welcoming UCF for a primetime matchup at Cardinal Stadium. The Cardinals came out flat once again in their home opener, but...
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Louisville Football 2021 Season Preview

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - The long and tortuous offseason is almost over, and the 2021 college football season is just around the corner. After being subjected to a far from normal season in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a modicum of normalcy has returned (so far), and the University of Louisville football program is gearing up for their third year under head coach Scott Satterfield.
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Louisville Football 2021 Game-by-Game Card Chronicle Staff Predictions

Last year we endured what will likely (HOPEFULLY) be the weirdest season of our lives. I’m still too scared to jinx anything, but everything this time around feels so normal. We’ve got @CardinalStrong’s “100 Days Until Kickoff” series down into the single digits. We’ve got Keith Wynne’s preview series all but wrapped up. We’ve got Week 0 in the bag (my god, Nebraska). And today we had Coach Satterfield’s first game week presser.

New pro football league looking to land franchise in Louisville

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A proposed professional football league is looking to place a franchise in Louisville before it kicks off its inaugural season in the fall of 2022. Major League Football wants to field 32 individually owned teams with Louisville as one of its cities to play in a division with teams in Alabama, Mississippi and New Orleans.

25 realistic predictions for Louisville football in 2021

Ladies and gentlemen we’ve made it. I’m not really one for speeches. That’s not really my thing. But I’m feeling pretty good right now. A lot better than I was yesterday (if yesterday was right after the end of 2020 when Louisville went 4-7 after people predicted they could compete for an ACC Championship appearance and then Scott Satterfield interviewed *or didn’t* for the South Carolina job and a bunch of coaches and transfers left an…)

Five Intriguing 'Alliance' Matchups for Louisville

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - The college football landscape is continuing to shift before out very eyes. Late Monday night, The Athletic reported that the ACC, Big Ten and Pac-12 would formally announce an alliance between the three conferences on Tuesday. One wrinkle of the new 'alliance' would be that the three...
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Louisville Football Position Preview: Cornerbacks

Louisville Football has a shutdown Cornerback again. It’s been a while since Jaire Alexander dominated his side of the field for Louisville but they now have another player who has the potential to do the same. Kei’Trel Clark showed up to campus about a year ago and immediately became a favorite of the coaching staff. He then went on to become one of the best corners in the ACC and has been named to the Jim Thorpe award Watch List.

Depth Charts: Louisville vs. Eastern Kentucky

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Following a trip to Atlanta, Ga. to open up the 2021 season, the Louisville football program is making the return to Cardinal Stadium with their home-opener against Eastern Kentucky. Kickoff is set for Saturday, Sept. 11 at 7:00 p.m. EST. Here are the depth charts for both...

With lower expectations, can Louisville football overachieve again?

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Year one from coach Scott Satterfield at the University of Louisville was overachievement. The Cards went 8-5 when many expected 4-8. With expectations rising, year two was underachieving. The Cards could not mask the recruiting issues created by end of the Bobby Petrino era as well as the transition to Satterfield’s staff. They finished 4-7 with folks anticipating 7-4.