The eyes of the college football world were locked in on a talented crop of Louisville area high school football standouts during National Signing Day, as several players turned their commitments official and even made their decisions known for the first time.
In its 11th year, the Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame will welcome brand-new festivities to its star-studded ceremony, heightening fan interaction with legendary players and coaches of the sport.
Did you see what the Leader of the Free World, our president, Barack Obama, said about football?
Monday, Dec. 31 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Alumni Association Welcome Desk and Info Center (Giveaways and Raffles While Supplies Last) New Orleans Marriott – 55 Fahrenheit, 555 Canal St. Noon – 8 p.m. Allstate® Fan Fest Decatur Street Lot 2 – 3 p.m. Create Your Free Souvenir Video Featuring Louisville Football Players (tweet @ULFlyingCard [...]
After fielding an offer from Tennessee, Charlie Strong decided to stay at UofL. The Cards’ head football coach has compiled a 24-14 record in three seasons.