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UofL Defensive Coordinator Peter Sirmon Has Resigned

UofL Defensive Coordinator Peter Sirmon resigned today. Sirmon lasted one year with the Cardinals after having spent one year at Mississippi State as defensive coordinator. 121 more words

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Receiver Traveon Samuel Transferring From UofL Football

UofL Receiver Traveon Samuel announced today his intention to transfer and play his senior year at another school. Samuel has already received his degree and will be eligible immediately at whatever school he chooses. 70 more words

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College football can benefit from a revised redshirt rule | Tim Sullivan

There’s a way to make minor bowl games more meaningful, at least to some of the participants. There’s a way to reduce the toll injuries take on college football and to fill the gaps created by players protecting their draft prospects. 1,396 more words

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Underdog Mississippi State fighting against recent history in TaxSlayer Bowl

JACKSONVILLE, Florida — Does Mississippi State’s coaching situation give Louisville an advantage in the TaxSlayer Bowl?

Probably. The Bulldogs’ circumstances aren’t ideal. A quick recap: Running backs coach Greg Knox is the interim head coach, position coaches have moved to coordinator roles and graduate assistants and quality control staffers assumed additional responsibilities. 621 more words

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Bobby Petrino Press Conference

Press Release

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – While most of the country prepares for the Christmas holiday, the University of Louisville football program has been hard at work. 560 more words

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Early signing period may not be the best for football. But it's good for U of L and UK | Estes

This has the makings of a fascinating week for college football, and it’s not because of anything on the field.

Wednesday brings the introduction of… 1,110 more words

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Louisville finds redemption, takes back Governor's Cup with rout of rival Kentucky

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky wide receiver Kayaune Ross was among the first to shake hands with Lamar Jackson amid the chaos on the field Saturday. The man in the blue No. 842 more words

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