Coach Bobby Petrino had the idea to add Justify to the cover of the football media guide.
by: Tim Sullivan — The Courier-Journal 18h
Papa John Schnatter is ill-served by using a combative stance when trying to publicly repair his image.
by: Jenna West July 17, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 24h
Justify graces the cover with three Louisville wide receivers.
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by: Chip Patterson — CBS Sports 17 Jul
Justify grouped with wide receivers as part of Louisville's claim to Speed City
by: RON COUNTS — The News & Advance 17 Jul
Virginia opens its 2018 ACC schedule against Louisville, which is trying to replace former Heisman Trophy winner and 2017 ACC Male Athlete of the Year Lamar Jackson. The Cavaliers face
by: Jake Lourim — The Courier-Journal 17 Jul
"We'd certainly like to have them, but I think there is a point where you just need to be careful about what we're doing," Vince Tyra said.
by: Dan Lyons — The Spun 15 Jul
John Schnatter, and not Papa John's Pizza, purchased naming rights for Louisville football's "Papa John's Cardinal Stadium." On Friday, the school's president said that Schnatter supports taking "Papa John's" off of the name, in light of the recent...
by: Jake Lourim — The Courier-Journal 15 Jul
"It's just what's right," said longtime fan Steve Schmitt, whose seats are in the club level.
by: Gentry Estes — The Courier-Journal 15 Jul
Schnatter also disputed Bendapudi's response during Friday's news conference that indicated he had apologized.
by: John Taylor — NBC Sports: College Football Talk 14 Jul
Putting a bow on the biggest college football development of the day, the head coach of the program involved in said development has gotten his thoughts out in the open and on the record. With play…
by: Jake Lourim — The Courier-Journal 13 Jul
John Schnatter said on the radio Friday that Tom Jurich and David Grissom were "like two bulldozers wrasslin'."
by: Matt Fortuna — The Athletic 13 Jul
The university showcased the kind of firm leadership that has often been lacking in recent years amid scandals.