Andrell Smith

Louisville Cardinals #14 - Wide Receiver

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 217

Coaching Spotlight: Sherrone Moore

The former Central Michigan tight ends coach brings a lot to the table.

TWEETCAP: Bobby Petrino Press Conference

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Twitter's reaction to Petrino's quiet return to Louisville

TWEETCAP: Louisville 72, FIU 0

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Game Day between the hashtags, where the clock is always running

U of L 49, Ohio 7: Cards Roll Bobcats In Opener

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Probably not the last time Teddy Bridgewater and DeVante Parker play on Sunday

Fun? Good? Yes, but Louisville isn't elite

Louisville has improved dramatically in three years under Charlie Strong and should improve again in 2013. But let's tap the brakes a bit on the hype.

Louisville spring prospectus

The Louisville Cardinals won 11 games last year, including a Sugar Bowl triumph over Florida, and with a bunch of starters returning, they're looking forward to another big year. Will they deliver?

Louisville stands up to the bully

Louisville stood up to Florida's bullying, and the Gators had no Plan B. Let's look back at the Cardinals' incredible Sugar Bowl performance.

Teddy vs. the world

Louisville probably doesn't have the firepower to fend off the slow, inevitable death that has beset all but one Florida opponent this season. But the Cardinals do have Teddy Bridgewater.

Six Things Louisville Must Do To Beat Florida

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If the Louisville Cardinals have any hope of springing a monumental upset in tomorrow's Sugar Bowl, here are six things they have to do.

2013 Sugar Bowl Preview: Florida's Defense

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Will Muschamp and Charlie Strong are both great at two things: They both know how to motivate young men to play at their highest level, and they know how to coach defense

Sugar Bowl: Teddy vs. the world

Louisville probably doesn't have the firepower to fend off the slow, inevitable death that has beset all but one Florida opponent this season. But the Cardinals do have Teddy Bridgewater.

Louisville 20, Rutgers 17: Ace Card

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Had all gone according to plan, Teddy Bridgewater probably would not have played tonight. When it didn't, he punched Louisville's ticket back to the BCS.