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  • Chandler Jones talks upcoming decision

    Chandler Jones talks upcoming decision

    Chandler Jones has narrowed his recruitment down to Louisville and Syracuse and the three-star OL from Powder Springs (GA) McEachern will announce his decision Friday at 7:00 via Twitter. Jones provided InsideTheVille insight into his upcoming decision Wednesday night. More

  • Will Louisville target Bryant Crawford?

    Will Louisville target Bryant Crawford?

    Bryant Crawford appeared a slam dunk for Indiana before Kenny Johnson left Bloomington to join Rick Pitino's staff at Louisville. Will the Cardinals target the 4-star 2015 PG? Will Johnson be watching D.C.'s No. 1 player this weekend in California? More

  • Johnson ready to recruit for Louisville

    Johnson ready to recruit for Louisville

    Rick Pitino is looking to sign three recruits in the Class of 2015. Kenny Johnson, whom Pitino introduced as his new assistant on Wednesday, will head up the Cardinals recruiting efforts, starting this weekend. More

  • Gant late possibility for Louisville?

    Gant late possibility for Louisville?

    Missouri signee Jakeenan Gant hasn't yet backed out of his commitment to the Tigers following Frank Haith's departure to Tulsa. If the 4-star PF does reopen his recruitment Louisville could emerge as a serious option thanks new assistant Kenny Johnson. More

  • Mahmoud signs with Louisville

    Mahmoud signs with Louisville

    Anas Osama Mahmoud, a 7-1, 205-pound center from Cairo, Egypt who played last season at West Oaks Academy in Orlando, Fla., has signed a letter-of-intent with Louisville. More

  • Louisville 'way up' on Briscoe's list

    Louisville 'way up' on Briscoe's list

    Rick Pitino made a big splash with five-star Roselle (NJ) Catholic guard Isaiah Briscoe Monday. Pitino travelled north to see the high-scoring 2015 prospect workout at his high school and offered a scholarship to the 6-3, 205-pound Briscoe.
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  • Clear favorite for Khalil Hunter

    Clear favorite for Khalil Hunter

    Khalil Hunter has a clear favorite in his recruitment. Is the Eastern Arizona CC offensive lineman considering a commitment? InsideTheVille.com has the scoop. More

  • Rozier 'working hard' to replace Russ

    Rozier 'working hard' to replace Russ

    Terry Rozier has big shoes to fill next season when he steps into Louisville's starting lineup to replace Russ Smith. That's why the Cardinals rising sophomore guard isn't wasting time preparing this off-season. More

  • Johnson one of nation's top recruiters

    Johnson one of nation's top recruiters

    Like Kevin Keatts, new Louisville assistant Kenny Johnson is one of the nation's top recruiters. Vinny Pastore, one of the nation's top AAU coaches, explains what makes the affable Johnson such an effective recruiter. More

  • Kevin Ware's farewell

    Kevin Ware's farewell

    Kevin Ware, the inspiration behind Louisville's 2013 NCAA championship run, is transferring to Georgia State. Before leaving town, Ware explained his decision and said goodbye to Cardinals fans at InsideTheVille.com/ More

  • Derby Classic Video Highlights

    Derby Classic Video Highlights

    Jaylen Johnson, Quentin Snider and Chinanu Onuaku led the White to a 128-104 victory in the Kentucky Derby Festival Basketball Classic. InsideTheVille.com has video highlights of the future Louisville standouts. More

  • UofL signees impress former star

    UofL signees impress former star

    Jaylen Johnson, Chinanu Onuaku and Quentin Snider impressed former Louisville star Marques Maybin, who sat courtside for Friday's Kentucky Derby Festival Basketball Classic. Maybin provided InsideTheVille.com his thoughts on all three Louisville signees after the game. More

  • Louisville signees win Derby Classic

    Louisville signees win Derby Classic

    Louisville-bound Jaylen Johnson, Chinanu Onuaku and Quentin Snider led the White to a 128-104 victory in the Kentucky Derby Festival Basketball Classic Friday night. More

  • Night of Future Stars Video Highlights

    Night of Future Stars Video Highlights

    Quentin Snider led his team to the two on two championship game and advanced to the 3-point shooting finals at Thursday's Kentucky Derby Festival Basketball Class Night of the Future Stars, while Jaylen Johnson qualified for the slam dunk finals. InsideTheVille has video highlights. More

  • Louisville made strong impression on Jovon Robinson

    Louisville made strong impression on Jovon Robinson

    Louisville made a strong impression on Jovon Robinson, the No. 1 ranked junior college player in the nation, during his official campus visit this week.Though Robinson has no shortage of SEC offers, including from Auburn and Alabama, Bobby Petrino's Cardinals gave the talented running back, 'a lot to think about.' More

  • Thomas headed to Louisville?

    Thomas headed to Louisville?

    Pat Thomas, one of the top dual-threat QB's in the JUCO ranks, made an official visit to Louisville this week. Could the Georgia Military Academy star be heading to Louisville soon? More

  • Louisville sticks with adidas

    Louisville sticks with adidas

    Why did Louisville stick with adidas? It probably had a lot to do with the fact that the Three Stripes will play Louisville more than twice as much as Nike pays star clients Kentucky and North Carolina. More

  • Impact freshmen?

    Impact freshmen?

    Can Derby Classic stars Jaylen Johnson, Quentin Snider and Chinanu Onuaku make immediate impacts at Louisville next season?
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  • Photo Gallery: Derby Classic Practice

    Photo Gallery: Derby Classic Practice

    Louisville's future stars arrived Wednesday for the Kentucky Derby Classic. InsideTheVille photographer Jim Davis has photos from practice of Jaylen Johnson, Quentin Snider and Chinanu Onuaku. More

  • VIDEO: Derby Classic Practice

    VIDEO: Derby Classic Practice

    Louisville signees Jaylen Johnson, Quentin Snider and Chinanu Onuaku practiced with their Derby Classic teammates Wednesday evening. InsideTheVille.com attended practice at Basketball Academy and has video highlights of the action. More

  • Assistant Rumblings

    Assistant Rumblings

    There hasn't been much news about possible replacements for Kevin Keatts since the former UofL assistant left Rick Pitino's staff for UNC-Wilmington. Pitino has been quietly working behind the scenes and we're hearing serious rumblings today at InsideTheVille.com about a possible replacement for Keatts.
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  • 4-star QB sees UofL as 'perfect' fit

    4-star QB sees UofL as 'perfect' fit

    Ross Trail, a four-star 2015 QB from Wynne, Ark, made an unofficial visit to Louisville's spring game last week and sees Bobby Petrino's program as a perfect fit. More

  • 3-star WR favoring Louisville?

    3-star WR favoring Louisville?

    Wide receiver is a major recruiting priority for Louisville in the Class of 2015. Keenan Barnes, a three-star wide receiver from Madison (MS) Madison Central, sounds highly intrigued about Bobby Petrino’s Cardinals. More

  • No. 4 JUCO QB set for official visit

    No. 4 JUCO QB set for official visit

    Pat Thomas, the No. 4-ranked junior college dual-threat quarterback by 247Sports, will make an official visit to Louisville on Wednesday with Georgia Military teammate Jovon Robinson, the No. 1 JUCO running back prospect. More

  • Nation's top juco heading to the Ville

    Nation's top juco heading to the Ville

    Louisville is set to host an elite prospect this week, as well as a possible late 2014 addition. Get inside for the latest on two important visitors for the Cardinals. More

  • Blackshear seeking consistency

    Blackshear seeking consistency

    Wayne Blackshear had his best season statistically at Louisville last season, but his game often resembled a yo-yo — up one minute, down the next. That's why the former HS All-American seeks to find consistency in his final season for the Cardinals. More

  • Harrell explains decision to return

    Harrell explains decision to return

    Wayne Blackshear was more surprised by Montrezl Harrell’s decision to return to Louisville for his junior season than he was that UConn, a team the Cardinals thoroughly beat three times, won the NCAA title. Harrell explained his choice Monday afternoon. More

  • Harrell certifies Louisville as NCAA contender

    Harrell certifies Louisville as NCAA contender

    Forget about a rebuilding season for Louisville in 2014-15. Montrezl Harrell’s decision to return for his junior season instantly stamps Louisville’s credentials as a viable Final Four contender once again. InsideTheVille.com examines the impact of Harrell's decision. More

  • Harrell returning to Louisville

    Harrell returning to Louisville

    Montrezl Harrell announced Monday he'll return to Louisville for his junior season, instantly making Rick Pitino's Cardinals a Final Four contender. More

  • Spring Game Photos

    Spring Game Photos

    Louisville concluded spring practice Friday night. InsideTheVille photographer Jim Davis was on the sidelines at PJCS to capture images from the Cardinals Red-White spring game, won 56-13 by the Red team. More

  • Sample talks Louisville

    Sample talks Louisville

    James Sample, a former U.S. Army All-American, could be a key addition to Louisville's roster this season. The talented juco defensive back updates his situation for InsideTheVille.com. More

  • Spring Game Takeaways

    Spring Game Takeaways

    Louisville concluded spring practice with an exciting, high-scoring spring game Friday night. After 15 practices under new coach Bobby Petrino, InsideTheVille examines six key takeaways from the Cardinals spring game. More

  • Recap: Offense explodes in UofL's spring game

    Recap: Offense explodes in UofL's spring game

    Roughly 27,500 Louisville fans took in a fireworks display Friday night at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium and it had nothing to do with Thunder Over Louisville. Bobby Petrino's offense lit up the scoreboard in the Cards spring game as the Red won 56-13. More

  • No more 'boring' offense at Louisville

    No more 'boring' offense at Louisville

    Explosive offense is back in vogue at Louisville, where offensive guru Bobby Petrino has replaced defensive minded Charlie Strong. That fact was on public display during the Cardinals spring game, won 56-13 by the Red team. More

  • Mississippi CB UofL's first 2015 commitment

    Mississippi CB UofL's first 2015 commitment

    TJ Jallow, a 6-1, 203 CB from Olive Branch, Miss., told InsideTheVille.com he verbally committed to Louisville Friday. An unranked recruit, Jallow talks about his new commitment to the Cardinals. More

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