Louisville's Vince Tyra has emerged as the top target to fill the same job at Florida State, a source confirmed to ESPN on Sunday.
- Given the huge holes to run through and time to throw the ball, Will Levis gladly took advantage of both strengths.
- Source: FSU targets Louisville's Tyra for AD job
- Seven rushing TDs propel Kentucky past Louisville
- Ravens' Jackson has jersey retired by Louisville
- Louisville loses top cover corner Clark to torn ACL
— Given the huge holes to run through and time to throw the ball, Will Levis gladly took advantage of both strengths.
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— Just imagine if Malik Cunningham had been feeling well.
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— After a series of late collapses led to frustrating losses, Louisville finally played the complete game it has long sought.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was all smiles in Louisville on Saturday as the Cardinals football program retired his No. 8 jersey.
Not long after meeting, in the summer of 2015, Jackson and Mitchell engaged in an impromptu, late-night dunk session -- and have been lobbing each other messages of support ever since.
The former NFL MVP will have his Louisville jersey number retired Saturday. As he goes to the ceremony, he can now drive down his own street.
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— D.J. Uiagalelei picked a good night to have his best game of the season on Saturday, and Clemson’s sophomore quarterback wasn’t going to let a knee injury ruin it – or the Tigers’ chances for a victory.
Louisville's top cover corner, Kei'Trel Clark, will miss the remainder of this season after tearing his left ACL Saturday night, coach Scott Satterfield said Monday. He's the third Cardinals starter lost to a season-ending injury.
— Devin Leary threw three of his four touchdown passes in the fourth quarter as North Carolina State’s offense finally got untracked in a 28-13 win over Louisville on Saturday night.
— Malik Cunningham rushed for three touchdowns, including a 14-yard clinching run with 2:53 remaining to cap a milestone performance, and Louisville overcame four turnovers to beat Boston College 28-14 on Saturday and snap a two-game losing streak.