PODCAST: Blackout! Miami Breakdown & Program Updates

Mike and Mark talk about key player updates ahead of the Miami game, the Miami game itself and what to watch for, and get you caught up on program updates – including Friday night’s first Soccer matches in the brand new Stadium.

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“Card Time” Preview: B-Simm Does it Again

Here is a preview @OfficialBsimm release today.

Yeah, this will be at the tailgate, the highlight video, in the car, at the stadium, in the stands….you get the idea.



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Teddy Bridgewater Thanks UofL Fans in Full Page Ad


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VIDEO: Miami Practice Updates Al Golden, OL Coach, & Soph DB


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McGriff-Culver on Corvin Lamb: “He Could Have 1,000 All Purpose Yards”


Elite speed has no competition. Elite speed doesn’t care if it’s in the SEC, ACC, or NFL. Elite speed always finds ways to overcome. Elite speed always gives you the best chance to win.

Lift weights and an athlete becomes stronger. Practice technique and an athlete will become a better tackler. To some degree, an athlete can do drills and improve instincts. But no coach can’t teach elite speed – speed is an innate trait. Not many have it, maybe that’s why it’s such an advantage.

Meet Corvin Lamb, the very definition of elite speed. 4.3 speed. 100m and 200m National Champion type of speed. If Louisville CB Charles Gaines runs with the animals, then Corvin Lamb is the carrot those animals are chasing...

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I know you’ve probably seen this quite a few times already. But maybe not this quality and maybe not from this angle.

DONOVAN MITCHELL CAN DUNK. So we’ve got that going for us.

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ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: Tom Jurich & More

It is the perfect time of year for an ice cold bath. The Jurich’s took full advantage for a good cause.

Here my Bother-in-law and I (@MikeHoltzy) had a little fun “CrumsRevenge” style to make one intentionally weird. It includes “suspiciously strong” water balloons. Like punch in the face strong as it turns out. Give my brother in law a follow. Big Cards fan – and just moved here from Colorado. Played ice hockey for none other than Colorado State – and our favorite adult male in a ram suit – Cam the Ram – could give two craps about ice hockey I am told.

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VIDEO: Miami Week Press Conference

Miami Helmet Fitted Photo By Mark Blankenbaker

Mobile sized videos at the bottom.

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Louisville Basketball Releases Official 2014-15 Roster

Notable Changes

-Quentin Snider has been added to the roster and will wear Russ Smith’s #2 jersey, listed at 6-1, 170 lbs.

-Matz Stockman has been added to the roster and will wear Kevin Ware’s #5 jersey, listed at 7-2, 240 lbs.

-Jaylen Johnson has been added to the roster and will wear the #10 jersey, listed at 6’9, 215 lbs.

-Anas Mahmoud has been added to the roster and will wear the #14 jersey, listed at 7-1, 205 lbs.

-Trent Gilbert has been added to the roster and will wear Tim Henderson’s #15 jersey, listed at 6-0, 180 lbs.

-Shaqquan Aaron has been added to the roster and will wear Chane Behanan’s #21 jersey, listed at 6-7, 175 lbs.

Chinanu Onuaku has been added to the roster and will wear the #32 jersey, listed at 6’10, 230 lbs.

-Terry Rozier has added 15 lbs from last season.


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Montrezl Harrell Named Pre-Season All-American

14-15 Blue Ribbon Cover Fitted

University of Louisville forward Montrezl Harrell has been named as a first-team All-America selection by the 2014-15 Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook.

Harrell joins Virginia’s Malcolm Brogdon, Wisconsin’s Frank Kaminsky North Carolina’s Marcus Paige and Wichita State’s Fred Van Vleet on the publication’s All-America first team, three of which play for teams in the Atlantic Coast Conference. All five grace the cover of this year’s Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook, which is available for pre-order online at www.blueribbonyearbookonline.com. Edited by Chris Dortch, the publication is noted as the most comprehensive college basketball publication on the market.

The 2013-14 American Athletic Conference Most Improved Player and a first-team all-conference selection, Ha...

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