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Louisville football players ‘ready to go’ for Saturday night’s opener against Western Kentucky

By Rocco Gasparro University of Louisville The wait is almost over. The University of Louisville is just hours away from playing its long-awaited opener against visiting Western Kentucky. Kickoff is scheduled for 8 p.m. tonight at Cardinal Stadium. Like all of his teammates, Louisville quarterback Micale Cunningham might have a little more juice, making his first season-opening start on Saturday night. ...

It’s a ‘win’ for UofL as Cardinals enter game week without any players sidelined by coronavirus

By Russ Brown Kentucky Today Through what was probably a combination of discipline on the part of its players, the leadership of the coaches and training staff — and undoubtedly some assistance from Lady Luck — the University of Louisville football team has escaped any major problem with the coronavirus since players started returning to campus in early June. And now it looks as if that good fortune...

Division of Surplus property reports high interest in old Cardinal Stadium seating units for sale online

Interest in buying a piece of the old Cardinal Stadium, now under contract for demolition, is high according to the Kentucky Division of Surplus Property (DSP). On Monday, DSP started listing seating units — 2, 3, 4 and 5 seats — which were sold almost as soon they appeared online at GovDeals.com. More than 100 units were sold Monday and approximately the same number will be available...

Cabinet for Health and Family Services Child Welfare Summit set for January 16 at Cardinal Stadium

The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS) will host the first-ever Child Welfare Summit at the University of Louisville Cardinal Stadium next month, and prospective participants should save the date. Participants in the “Transformers of Child Welfare” event on Jan. 16, 2019, will focus on transforming child welfare in Kentucky, and leading the nation in implementing the Family...

University of Louisville set to name Appalachian State’s Scott Satterfield as head football coach

By Russ Brown Kentucky Today As expected, Appalachian State’s Scott Satterfield will be named today as the University of Louisville’s new football coach, according to multiple sources. He will replace Bobby Petrino, who was fired after the 10th game of the season when his team stood 2-8. Scott Satterfield will be introduced as Louisville’s new head coach on Tuesday afternoon. (Appalachian...