Louisville Cardinals College Football

Bowl Games

Bowl Games 1957, 1970, 1977, 1990, 1993, 1998-2006, 2010-2017.

O / D Coordinators

Offensive and Defensive Coordinators Lonnie Galloway, Mike Summers, and Brain VanGorder

Head Coach

Head Coach Bobby Petrino

2018 Louisville Cardinals Game Schedule

Week 1 9/1 Alabama 8:00 PM ABC
Week 2 9/8 Indiana St 7:00 PM ACC
Week 3 9/15 Western Kentucky 7:30 PM RSN
Week 4 9/22 at Virginia TBA TBA
Week 5 9/29 Florida St TBA TBA
Week 6 10/5 Georgia Tech 7:00 PM ESPN
Week 7 10/13 at Boston College TBA TBA
Week 8 10/27 Wake Forest TBA TBA
Week 9 11/3 at Clemson TBA TBA
Week 10 11/9 at Syracuse 7:00 PM ESPN2
Week 11 11/17 NC State TBA TBA
Week 12 11/24 Kentucky TBA TBA

Louisville Cardinal College Football Info

The Cardinals joined the ACC in 2013 having left the Big East after a 7 year run. They are 10-11-1 SU in 22 bowl game appearances and are hyper dependent on the emergence of sudden superstars who take the league by storm. They are led by head coach and local institution Bobby Petrino, who is 75-27 SU during his multi-term tenure at the program.

The most notable players in history have often been quarterbacks. Quarterback Chris Redman helped put Louisville on the map from 1995-1999. He was followed by Teddy Bridgewater, an All-American and former first-round pick in the NFL Draft. Other interesting players of note include former placekicker David Akers, Hall of Famer Johnny Unitas,  Jay Gruden, a fromer Arena Football League MVP and current Washington Redskins head coach.

In 2016, Louisville QB Lamar Jackson won the Heisman trophy. Jackson returned to lead the Cardinal through 2017, but the team experienced a turbulent campaign with an 8-4 SU and 5-8 ATS record. Without the dynamic and electric Jackson under center, Louisville turns the page to a new era for the upcoming 2018 college football season.
  • Conference Championships:1970, 1972, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2011, 2012

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