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LouisvilleKY’s Cards hit the road this Saturday

Story and photos from www.gocards.com LOUISVILLE, Ky. – With all the theatrics from the football season opener in the rearview mirror, the focus for the University of Louisville has turned to the Atlantic Coast Conference opener at North Carolina on Saturday in Kenan Stadium. “We’re going to work on a lot of things to get ready for this weekend, to go on the road and play North Carolina, a team that looks good on video,” UofL head coach Bobby Petrino said. “They look good on video, they run the ball well and we got two quarterbacks again to prepare for. Defensively, they’ve got…


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Louisville’s Lamar Jackson Show Continues

LouisvilleKY.com photographer Bill Brymer worked the Louisville Cardinals’ game against North Carolina State. Behind the fantastic Lamar Jackson, #7 U of L blew out the Wolfpack with a 44-0 first half en route to a 54-13 victory at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. As a result of the weekend in college football, the Cards moved up to #5 in both the AP and Coaches polls — thanks to Ohio State’s upset loss to Penn State, and previously unbeaten Texas A & M’s defeat against top-ranked Alabama. Louisville QB Lamar Jackson cemented his favorite status for the Heisman Trophy, passing for 355…


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Petrino to stay in Louisville Ky longer

From www.gocards.com LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville has agreed to a new seven-year contract for football head coach Bobby Petrino that furthers his association with the Cardinals through the 2023 season, Vice-President/Director of Athletics Tom Jurich announced on Thursday. Petrino, who boasts the top winning percentage in school history, conducted one of the best coaching jobs of his career last season. He guided the Cardinals to eight wins over their final 10 games, including a 27-21 victory over Texas A&M in the Music City Bowl. Led by true freshman quarterback Lamar Jackson, who set a bowl record with…


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Cards Lose, But it was Lamarvelous

I wished that I had joined all my pals in Atlanta for Louisville’s opener against Auburn, but watching on TV was a great way to really hone in what the Cardinal football team is going to do this year.  They did lose to the #6 team in the country, but the discovery of Lamar Jackson as the quarterback of the present and future is enough to convince me to renew my tickets for the next four seasons. The game also confirmed why I like Bobby Petrino as a coach so much. Sure, that opening play surprise, in which Jackson threw…