2015 Louisville Football Schedule

Bobby Petrino CardMarch Louisville vs. Miami 9-1-2014 Photo by Adam Creech Fitted

FULL ACC COMPOSITE SCHEDULE  – > 2015_m-footbl_schedule-teams

Sept. 5 Auburn (Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Ga.)

Sept. 12 HOUSTON

Sept. 17 CLEMSON (Thurs.)

Sept. 26 SAMFORD

Oct. 3 at NC State

Oct. 10 OPEN

Oct. 17 at Florida State


Oct. 30 at Wake Forest (Fri.)



Nov. 21 at Pitt

Nov. 28 at Kentucky


From UofL

Riding the momentum of a third-straight nine-win season, the University of Louisville announced its 2015 football schedule on Thursday.

Finishing at 9-4 overall, 5-3 in their first season in the ACC, the Cardinals ended the year by winning three of their final four games, including road wins at Boston College and Notre Dame.

Entering into their second Atlantic Coast Conference campaign, the Cardinals will play 12 regular-season contests t...

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HIGHLIGHTS: Louisville 81, Boston College 72

Chris Jones vs. Jacksonville State 11-17-2014 Photo by Adam Creech Fitted

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Louisville 81, Boston College 72

Terry Rozier 12-20-2014 Louisville vs. Western Kentucky Photo by Adam Creech Fitted

The University of Louisville moved to 17-3 (5-2 ACC) on the season Wednesday night after beating the Boston College Golden Eagles 81-72. The Cards had to travel to Boston the day of the game thanks to a tremendous snowfall in the area that began on Monday evening and lasted throughout Tuesday.

The Cards got a huge lift once again from its backcourt of Chris Jones & Terry Rozier. The duo combined for 51 points on 19-28 shooting and added 12 rebounds, 7 ast, and 3 steals with just ONE turnover in 75 combined minutes. That is incredible.

Boston College’s Aaron Brown kept things interesting with 28 points on 10-22 shooting and also hit 5 of 12 beyond the arc and really set the tone for BC’s 3-point effort that totaled 9 of 29 from 3-point range...

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VIDEO: Louisville vs. Boston College Post-Game

Rick Pitino & Mike Balado Louisville vs. Ohio State 12-2-2014 Photo By Adam Creech Fitted

Click This Link to Watch Pitino With your Mobile Device

Click This Link to Watch Rozier With your Mobile Device

Click This Link to Watch Montrezl With your Mobile Device

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Louisville Women With Record THREE McDonald’s All-Americans

Bria Smith & Shawnta' Dyer Louisville vs. Belmont Photo By Adam Creech

University of Louisville women’s basketball signees Asia Durr, Taja Cole, and Samantha Fuehring, three of the five members in Cardinals’ 2015 signing class that is ranked No. 1 nationally, were named McDonald’s All-Americans on Wednesday night on ESPNU.

The three, who make up a school record for most selections in a class, were selected to play for the East Team and will participate in the 14th annual game on April 1 in Chicago’s United Center at 6:30 p.m. ET on ESPNU. The game showcases 24 of the nation’s elite seniors, and Louisville is tied with Connecticut and Notre Dame for the most selections with three.

The No. 1-ranked player according to multiple outlets, Durr has played in 20 games for St. Pius X Catholic in Atlanta and leads the squad with 31.0 points per game, 5...

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Todd Grantham Turns Down Raiders; Will Remain at Louisville.

Bobby Petrino Todd Grantham Terrell Buckley, and LD Scott Louisville vs. North Carolina State 10-18-2014 Photo By Adam Creech Fitted

Louisville has dodged TWO bullets this year at it’s two most prominent assistant coaches when earlier offensive coordinator Garrick McGee turned down the Oklahoma Sooners (his alma mater) and now defensive coordinator Todd Grantham has turned down the Oakland Raiders.

UofL put out the following statement this afternoon:

University of Louisville defensive coordinator Todd Grantham will remain with the Cardinals, UofL head coach Bobby Petrino announced Wednesday.

“I’m grateful for the opportunity to have interviewed for the defensive coordinator position with the Oakland Raiders, but I’m committed to the University of Louisville,” Grantham said...

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Louisville vs. Boston College Stats & Notes

Wayne Blackshear, Justise Winslow, Louisville vs. Duke 1-17-2015 Photo By Adam Creech, Louisville, KY. KFC Yum! Center Fitted

Game Notes

Date: Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015
Line: Louisville by 9.5
Time: 9:00 p.m.
Site: Silvio O. Conte Forum, Chestnut Hill, Mass. (8,606)
Television: ACC Network (WHAS-TV in Louisville) – Tim Brant, play-by-play; Dan Bonner, analyst
Radio: WHAS (840 AM) Paul Rogers, play-by-play; Bob Valvano, analyst (Sirius 93, XM 193)
Series History: Louisville trails 2-3 (1-0 in Louisville, 0-1 in Chestnut Hill, 1-2 neutral)
Last Meeting: UofL 89, Boston College 85 / 2 OT (Dec. 29, 1996 in Freedom Hall)
UofL National Ranking: 9th USA Today, 10th Associated Press
Officials: Michael Stephens, Wally Rutecki, John Gaffney
Next UofL Game: Jan. 31 vs. North Carolina, KFC Yum! Center, 4 p.m. ET (ESPN)

Team Stats

Louisville Boston College
Points Per Game 73.0 (49th) 64.6 (222nd)
Avg Scoring Margin +15...
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Cards Will Play at Boston College As Scheduled

Wayne Blackshear vs. Cleveland State 2014 Photo by Adam Creech Fitted

From UofL SID

The University of Louisville will play its men’s basketball game at Boston College on Jan. 28 as scheduled, assuming there are no issues with the Cardinals flight to Boston on Wednesday.

The Cardinals plan to depart Louisville on a flight mid-day Wednesday for their ACC game at Boston College at 9:06 p.m. that evening.   Severe weather with a heavy blizzard threatened to postpone the game, but improving conditions and much work on snow removal is expected to allow the event to take place as scheduled.

Louisville (16-3, 4-2 ACC) is coming off an 80-68 victory at Pittsburgh on Sunday.  Boston College (9-9, 1-5) also won its last outing, winning 64-62 at Georgia Tech on Sunday.

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Trevon Young, Keith Kelsey, and an unknown Cardinal Louisville vs. North Carolina State 10-18-2014 Photo by Adam Creech Fitted


Deiontrez Mount, Lorenzo Mauldin

The Cards will lose BOTH starting Outside Linebackers from 2014 due to graduation.  The pair of Deiontrez Mount and Lorenzo Mauldin was extremely athletic and productive.  LOZO is projected as a 1st round draft choice for the NFL this May and was the Cardinals 5th leading tackler with 13 TFLs, 6.5 sacks, and 11 hits on the quarterback.  Mount was 9th in tackles and had 10.5 TFLs of his own in 2014.  Both guys were extremely long and smart football players.  They will be difficult to replace.


Trevon Young (6’4, 229, Sr.), Stacy Thomas (6’1, 236, Soph), Finesse Middleton (5-11, 243, Soph), Nick Dawson-Brents (6-3, 257, Jr.), , Keith Brown, (6’1, 234, Jr.), Keith Kelsey (6’1, 233, Jr.), James Burgess (6’0, 231, Sr...

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NCAA Lists Louisville In The “High 5″ for Top Basketball Programs

Celebration, NCAA Regional Trophy Chane Behanan with Kevin Ware Jersey, Russ Smith, Peyton Siva, Wayne Blackshear, Gorgui Dieng, Luke Hancock, Stephan Van Treese, Mike Marra, Louisville vs. Duke 3-31-2013, 2013 Regional Final, Elite 8, Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN Photo by Mark Blankenbaker Fitted

NCAA lists 5 schools that rank as the top combo’s in both Men’s & Women’s basketball.

Louisville was listed in the top 5 alongside fellow ACC members Duke and North Carolina.

Rick Pitino and Jeff Walz got it going on. We know this.

Go Cards.

Watch it here: http://www.ncaa.com/video/basketball-men/2015-01-27/high-five-strongest-mens-womens-basketball-programs

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