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ACC Spring Meetings: Tom Jurich & Bobby Petrino

Here is a link from loyal CSZ reader Robby Dull from earlier today where @theACCDN ‘s own Jeff Fischel interviewed UofL AD Tom Jurich & head football coach Bobby Petrino. 10 more words

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Cardinal Sports Zone 4-23-16 On 93.9 The Ville

We hope you didn’t miss TODAY’S episode of the Cardinal Sports Zone show on ESPN 93.9 The Ville. Your host Steven Rummage & the social media guru Jeremy were there to talk all things Cards! 188 more words

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Nunnsense: Spring Game Attendance Controversy

On April 16th 2016, I took my son to Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium for the annual football Spring Game. The weather was absolutely perfect. Early reports from the local talking heads and many people around the program were that the attendance would likely eclipse the record of approximately 33,000. 1,164 more words

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Nunnsense: Is Bobby Petrino Underpaid?

I heard the news as announced on the 93.9 ESPN radio show, Mid-day with Marques Maybin by guest host Steve Rummage on Thursday, April 14th, that Bobby Petrino received a contract extension running through the 2023 season. 1,532 more words

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One rising QB just threw for 450 yards, 7 TDs in half of his spring practice

Lamar Jackson ➡ Reggie Bonnafon = 65 yard TD! pic.twitter.com/GzCDSsiGb7

— LouisvilleFootball (@UofLFootball) April 16, 2016

All aboard the hype train!

Louisville’s Lamar Jackson quietly became a phenomenon in the 2015 season, as the freshman quarterback took over the starting job for the Cardinals.

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April 15, 2016: Agu, Brown, Petrino and Swinney

**  California’s Ted Agu died after an off-season conditioning workout in 2014 at the age of 21.  Cal admitted liability for the demise of the defensive lineman and pre-med student.   286 more words

Petrino, UofL Agree on a New 7-Year Contract

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Courtesy of GoCards.com) – 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. 606 more words