Louisville Rumors & News

  • Jackson fuels No. 10 Louisville past No. 2 Florida St.

    The Sports Xchange "LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Quarterback Lamar Jackson has established himself as the clear favorite for the Heisman Trophy. Jackson, however, is far from the only reason why No. 10 Louisville has to be considered a legitimate national championship contender. Dominating both sides of the..." September 17

  • Mike Vick pays Lamar Jackson ultimate compliment

    Larry Brown Sports "Lamar Jackson received the ultimate compliment after leading Louisville to a thrashing of Florida State on Saturday. Following the Cardinals’ 63-20 victory over the Seminoles, former Virginia Tech star Mike Vick tweeted about Jackson and called him five times better than he was That’s about..." September 17

  • Jackson, No. 13 Cardinals thump Syracuse

    The Sports Xchange "SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- If Louisville Cardinals sophomore quarterback Lamar Jackson wasn't in the serious Heisman Trophy discussion before, he is now. Jackson accounted for five touchdowns and 610 of Louisville's school- and Atlantic Coast Conference-record 845 total yards as the No. 13 Cardinals..." September 10

  • Brent Musburger Said Bobby Petrino is a Good Coach "when he gets off his motorcycle"

    The Big Lead "Brent Musburger worked last night’s Clemson – Auburn game on SEC Network. During the second quarter Brent was looking at Clemson’s schedule and pointed out their October 1st game against Louisville. He noted that Clemson would watch out because when Bobby Petrino gets off his motorcycle, he’s a..." September 07

  • Jackson (eight TDs) leads Louisville to rout of Charlotte

    The Sports Xchange "LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Asked if he had ever coached a player who accounted for eight touchdowns in a half, as quarterback Lamar Jackson did on Thursday night, Louisville coach Bobby Petrino couldn't think of one. "Should have been nine," Petrino quipped. Petrino and the 19th-ranked..." September 01

  • Meet the breakout star QB who could turn Louisville into a title contender

    Fox Sports "Nearly three years after Teddy Bridgewater last suited up for the Louisville Cardinals, you’ll still see young fans here wearing his jersey and pictures from his playing career displayed prominently on peoples’ walls. The Minnesota Vikings star helped put a then-Big East program on the national..." August 25

  • Bobby Petrino on If He “Liked” a 5-Star Smut Tweet on Twitter

    Black Sports Online "The explanation Petrino gives is plausible but considering his track record of smashing interns and other shady activities I can’t say I can fully give him the benefit of the doubt. Personally, I don’t have a problem with anyone liking a 5-star Smut tweet, but I can understand with Petrino’s..." August 11

  • Louisville's Sturghill to miss season after being shot in foot

    Louisville Courier-Journal "University of Louisville sophomore cornerback Cornelius Sturghill will miss the season as he recovers from being shot in the foot this summer during a drive-by shooting in his hometown of Memphis, coach Bobby Petrino announced Saturday. "He was walking down the street," Petrino said. "There was..." August 06

  • Petrino likely to hold satellite camps

    Louisville Courier-Journal "Though he generally doesn't like the idea of them, University of Louisville football coach Bobby Petrino said in a radio interview last week that the Cardinals are likely to hold at least one single-day, off-campus prospect camp – a so-called satellite camp – possibly in Georgia or Florida this..." May 10

  • Texas A&M TE Jordan Davis transferring to Louisville

    SI - College Football "Texas A&M tight end Jordan Davis is transferring to Louisville, he announced Wednesday on Twitter. Davis, a rising sophomore, made his decision after visiting Louisville last weekend for the Cardinals’ spring game. He announced his intentions to transfer in February. " April 21

  • Bobby Petrino gets new 7-year Louisville contract worth $30.625 million

    Louisville Courier-Journal "University of Louisville football coach Bobby Petrino has received a new seven-year, $30.625 million contract, according to ESPN.com reporter Brett McMurphy. The new deal would pay him an average of $4.35 million per year, a raise over the $3 million salary he received in a six-year contract..." April 14