The Louisville Cardinals are a newly-joined member of the Atlantic Coast Conference with 21 varsity teams. Based in Kentucky, Cardinal Nation is one of the most passionate fan bases in the country and their fans have always had a lot to cheer about. The Cardinals’ baseball team was established in 1909 and since then, they’ve put up an impressive 1,675-1,415-10 record. In eight NCAA tournament appearances, the Cardinals have made the College World Series three times with the two most recent coming in back to back years in 2013 and 2014. Current head coach Dan McDonnell took over the program in 2007 and has a win percentage over .700 with over 400 wins and has brought the Cardinals to all three of the programs’ College World Series visits. The Cardinals men’s basketball team is one of most elite programs in the NCAA having put together a 1,751-880 record since 1911 and is just one win shy of tying Indiana for the 10th most victories in college basketball history. Only North Carolina (1911; 2,140 wins) and UCLA (1920; 1,803 wins) have more wins than Louisville and started playing basketball at the same time or later than Louisville. The Cardinals have 41 NCAA tournament appearances resulting in 25 Sweet Sixteen visits, 14 Elite Eights and 10 Final Fours with three national championships. Louisville is one of eight schools to have three or more NCAA national championships. Their 10 Final Four’s and 72 tournament wins ranks sixth all-time. Current head coach Rick Pitino is in his 14th year with Louisville and is one of the most successful basketball coaches in the history of the sport. Pitino has a 368-126 record (.745) at Louisville and has an all-time head coaching record of 722-254 (.740). Pitino is the only coach in NCAA history to lead three different schools to a Final Four and the only coach to lead two different programs to an NCAA championship. Pitino was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2013 for his accomplishments. Pitino’s most recent championship came with the Cardinals in 2013 as Louisville finished with a 35-5 record led by Russ Smith, Luke Hancock, Peyton Siva and Gorgui Dieng. Their 35 wins is the most in school history. The Cardinals football team began playing in 1912 and has posted a 479-440-17 record with a 9-8-1 bowl record. The Cardinals have eight conference titles, 29 All-Americans, 85 drafted players and 17 current players in the NFL. From 1998 to 2007, the Cardinals appeared in a school-record nine consecutive bowl games. In the 2012-13 school year, the Cardinals became the third NCAA team to win a BCS bowl and an NCAA basketball championship in the same season. Current head coach Bobby Petrino is in his second stint as head coach of the Cardinals after leaving for the NFL in 2007 and returning in 2014. His record at Louisville in his first stint was 41-9 with a 9-4 record in his first year back in 2014, attending a bowl game in each of the five seasons.
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5-29-15: The most recent multiyear Academic Progress Rate data has placed four Louisville athletic teams among the nation's leaders. Louisville's men's basketball, cross country, women's golf and softball teams were among the recipients who were among the top 10 percent in APR during the 2014-15 NCAA season.
9-14-15: Louisville was expected to take some lumps in its first year of ACC play, but few expected them to fall to Virginia in Charlottesville 23-21 this past Saturday. The Cardinals had four turnovers in the game and there might be some question surrounding the quarterback position after Reggie Bonnafon briefly relieved starter Will Gardner. It’s clear that this won’t be an easy road for Louisville this season. They should get back in the win column next week when they hit the road to take on FIU.
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09/05/2015 - Louisville Cardinals vs Auburn Tigers at Georgia Dome
09/12/2015 - Louisville Cardinals vs Houston Jaguars at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium
09/17/2015 - Louisville Cardinals vs Clemson Tigers at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium
09/26/2015 - Louisville Cardinals vs Samford Bulldogs at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium
10/03/2015 - North Carolina State Wolfpack vs Louisville Cardinals at Carter Finley Stadium
10/17/2015 - Florida State Seminoles vs Louisville Cardinals at Doak Campbell Stadium
10/24/2015 - Louisville Cardinals vs Boston College Eagles at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium
10/30/2015 - Wake Forest Demon Deacons vs Louisville Cardinals at BB&T Field (formerly Groves Stadium)
11/07/2015 - Louisville Cardinals vs Syracuse Orange at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium
11/14/2015 - Louisville Cardinals vs Virginia Cavaliers at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium
11/21/2015 - Pittsburgh Panthers vs Louisville Cardinals at Heinz Field
11/28/2015 - Kentucky Wildcats vs Louisville Cardinals at Commonwealth Stadium - KY