"Established in 1989"
As soon as Charlie Strong’s Cardinals finished off a blowout upset of the mighty Florida Gators in the Sugar Bowl, there was an instant buzz surrounding 2013 Louisville football tickets.
That buzz has continued right into the fall. College football fans simply can’t get enough Cardinals tickets. Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is one of the biggest reasons why.
Bridgewater has emerged as a top-tier Heisman Trophy candidate, after a breakout sophomore season that saw him pass for 3,718 yards with 28 touchdowns and eight interceptions. He played hurt, led dramatic late drives and thoroughly dominated Florida’s vaunted SEC defense.
Bridgewater is a legitimate NFL prospect. Some say he may be the No. 1 overall pick next spring. But right now he’s focused on leading the Cardinal to another BCS bowl victory. He’ll have his favorite target to work with in junior wide receiver DeVante Parker.
Parker is a weapon of mass destruction for opposing defenses. He caught 10 touchdown passes last season, averaging more than 18 yards per reception. He is the ultimate deep threat.
To boot, the Cardinals have 10 defensive starters back. A longtime defensive coordinator at Florida, Strong is an elite defensive mind. Give him this type of talent and experience, and Strong could very easily produce a National Championship-caliber defense.
Will Cardinals’ tickets live up to their full potential? Well, the Louisville football schedule certainly sets up that way. The Cardinals must tangle with the likes of Kentucky, Rutgers and Central Florida. But the biggest Louisville football ticket of the season will be a Thursday-night showdown at Cincinnati. The regular-season finale certainly will have major implications of the first American Athletic Conference Championship.
Overall, Louisville Cardinals tickets offer as much promise as any college football ticket this season. Strong has turned the Cardinals into a legitimate BCS contender, led by a Heisman candidate. This is the year of Louisville Cardinals tickets. Get yours today.