University of Louisville sophomore forward Akoy Agau had surgery Tuesday morning to repair a sports hernia and is expected to return to workouts within six weeks.
Agau suffered the injury in workouts about three weeks ago. While the injury is not the same, former U of L guard Taquan Dean had similar surgery in 2004. Dr. William Meyers, president of Vincera Core Physicians, performed the operation at the Vincera Institute Surgical Center in Philadelphia, Pa.
Agau, who has shown significant improvement in summer workouts, played in 19 games for the Cardinals as a freshman last season while totaling 17 points, 21 rebounds and five blocked shots. The 6-8 forward from Omaha, Neb...Read More
Elvis Dumervil racks up 6 sacks in a 31-24 Louisville victory over Kentucky in the 2005 Governor’s Cup.Read More
The University of Louisville picked up its 10th commitment Tuesday afternoon when Demopolis, AL Defensive End Tim Bonner (6’5, 215 lbs) committed to the Cards. Bonner with amazing hair joins Troy Thingstad, TJ Jallow, James Allen, Matt Colburn, Aaron Cochran, Chandler Jones, Kareem Orr, Dahu Green and Jonathan Greenard in the 2015 signing class.
Bonner is an unrated prospects by all 3 scouting services and is a Defensive End/Linebacker. Tim recently camped at Mississippi State picked up an offer on top of offers from Kentucky, Memphis, MTSU, Troy, UAB, Southern Miss, and Appalachian State.
April’s Spring Game brought in a huge number of former Louisville Cardinals from a lot of different eras in UofL Football History. One topic that came up: What team was the best in school history? The debate raged in the North Endzone among recent Cardinals to not-so-recent Cards, and there was no consensus.
So spawned the idea of attempting to identify the Best Louisville Football Team in school History. Let’s go in chronological order of the teams in consideration.
The 1925 Tom King led squad went 8-0, and is the only team to take the field and win all of its games on their schedule. The AP did not have a poll until 1936, and the Pro Football Database doesn’t list a player that could have played on this team...Read More
Everyone is thinking football….and so are we at TheCrunchZone.com. We’re working on a few projects to satisfy your summer football fix, but for now let’s go back in time and remember the 1991 Fiesta Bowl……..CrumsRevenge style.Read More
The deadline for Major League Baseball teams to sign 2014 draft picks passed last Friday and the Louisville baseball team received good news as veteran infielder Zach Lucas and incoming freshman lefty pitcher/first baseman Brendan McKay chose to play for the Cardinals in 2015.
Lucas (Louisville, Ky.) was selected in the 29th round of the 2014 MLB First-Year Player Draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates, while McKay (Darlington, Pa./Blackhawk HS) was taken in the 34th round by the San Diego Padres. Both Lucas and McKay will be on the Cardinals’ roster in 2015 as they play their inaugural season in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
A Third Team All-American Conference selection at second base in 2014, Lucas returns for his senior season after hitting ...Read More
Mike (CrumsRevenge) talks with 5-star commitment Deng Adel. Mark Travels to the ACC Kickoff and sits down with Lorenzo Mauldin, DeVante Parker, and Bobby Petrino.