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Manhattan Jaspers hire Masiello to run men’s program

 

(courtesy of Manhattan College via wikipedia commons)

Louisville Cardinals assistant coach Steve Masiello has been hired to run the men’s basketball program at Manhattan College.

Masiello replaces Barry Rohrssen, who was fired by the Jaspers after a 6-25 season and an overall record of 59-85 in five years.

Manhattan College, founded in 1853, is a private Catholic school located in the Bronx suburb of Riverdale, New York, 10 miles from midtown.

 

compiled from staff & Manhattan College atheltics news

Cincinnati upsets #16 Louisville, 63-54

Cashmere Wright (photo by BH photography courtesy of UC athletics)

The Cincinnati Bearcats earned their 20th win of the season by beating one of their arch-rivals, the Louisville Cardinals, 63-54.

Cashmere Wright canned 20 points and Sean Kilpatrick added 18 for the Bearcats in the Big East affair. The ‘Cats are 20-6, 7-6.

Louisville drops to 19-7, 8-5.

UC reached 20 wins for the first time since 2006.

compiled from UC athletics news

2nd ranked UConn wins non-conference tilt over #14 Oklahoma

Maya Moore (file photo)

The Connecticut women’s basketball team improved their record to 25-1 with an 86-45 blow out of Oklahoma (18-7) in a non-conference game.

Maya Moore scored 27 points to become the Big East’s career scoring leader.

Moore passed Angel McCoughtry, who scored 2,779 points for the Louisville Cardinals from 2006-2009.

Moore needed 11 points at the start of the game and broke the record on a scoop shot with 7:52 remaining in the first half of play.

compiled from Connecticut athletics news

Bobby Petrino given new seven-year contract by Arkansas

Bobby Petrino (courtesy of Arkansas athletics)

The University of Arkansas and Bobby Petrino have agreed upon a new seven-year contract that will extend through the 2017 season.

The new agreement will supersede the remaining four years of the original employment agreement and will run through December 31, 2017.

In his three seasons at Arkansas, Petrino has lifted the program to unprecedented levels of success including leading the Razorbacks to a 10-2 regular season and the program’s first berth in the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) in 2010.

Arkansas will be making its first BCS bowl appearance on January 4, when the #8 Razorbacks take on #6 Ohio State Buckeyes in the Allstate Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, Louisiana. Petrino will become only the third coach in NCAA Football to lead two different teams to a BCS bowl game. In 2007, he led the Louisville Cardinals to a victory in the Orange Bowl.

As part of the new agreement, Petrino will receive an increase in his average annual compensation to a total of $3.36 million a year during the length of the agreement. The increase to Petrino’s compensation package will be paid with athletic department-generated revenues and private gift support and will not include any taxpayer dollars or student fees. The new agreement will also expand the non-compete clause in Coach Petrino’s current contract to include all Southeastern Conference institutions, rather than being limited to western division schools only.

Coach Petrino is excited about the new agreement. “I am excited to express my commitment to the University of Arkansas. Chancellor Dave Gearhart and Jeff Long have been tremendous in terms of their support and I appreciate the positive energy the fans have demonstrated. I look forward to continuing to dedicate myself to leading the Razorback football program.”

Info courtesy of the Arkansas athletics

2010 BEEF ‘O’ BRADY BOWL: Louisville 31 Southern Mississippi 28

Beef 'O' Brady Bowl (by St. PetersburgBowl.com via Wikipedia Commons)

Justin Burke threw two touchdown passes and Jeremy Wright scored on a 95-yard kickoff return to give the Louisville Cardinals the 31-28 win over the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles in the Beef ‘O’ Brady Bowl in St. Petersburg, Florida at Tropicana Field.

Burke tossed scoring passes of to Cameron Graham and Josh Chichester.

Wright’s kickoff return made it 28-28 early in the fourth quarter, and Chris Philpott’s 36-yard field goal gave the Cardinals the lead with 6:30 remaining.

Louisville ups its record to 7-6 on the season.

Austin Davis threw for 205 yards and two touchdowns to become the career TD pass leader at Southern Mississippi with 53, moving ahead of Brett Favre and Lee Roberts.

The Eagles end the season at 8-5.

SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI GAME NOTES:

* This was the program’s ninth consecutive bowl appearance.

* Louisville is no stranger to Southern Miss. The two teams used to play every year when both were members of Conference USA. The teams kept playing even after the Cardinals left for the Big East in 2005. The Golden Eagles played at Louisville a year ago, losing in a thrilling contest, 25-23. The two teams will meet in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.

* The Golden Eagles defensive front seven has been the team’s strength, they’re ranked 13th nationally against the run.

* Southern Miss’ run game with freshman Kendrick Hardy and an offensive unit that averages 203.4 rushing yards a game.

* The Golden Eagles lost three games in 2010 by a combined eight points.

* DE Cordarro Law is the defense’s top playmaker, leading the team in sacks with six and tackles for loss with 11 1/2. Law has four sacks in the last four games.

LOUISVILLE CARDINALS GAME NOTES:

* The Cardinals were happy to be in a bowl game. No one expected them to do anything under first year coach Charlie Strong, the former defensive coordinator at Florida. The team was picked to finish last in the Big East after being 4-8 in 2009 and three bowl-less seasons under Steve Kragthorpe.

* The Cardinals opened the season at 3-3, a bowl wasn’t even in the future. But despite a tough schedule in the Big East, they endured. The Cardinals knocked off eventual league champion Connecticut and won at improving Syracuse and scored a win against Rutgers to end at a bowl-eligible 6-6.

* Louisville runs the football most of the time with running back Bilal Powell who averages 120.9 yards a game.

* The offensive line is one of the best in the Big East.

* Louisville lost five games by a total of a touchdown or less.

* WR Doug Beaumont led the team in receptions per game and is also a threat on punt returns, ranking ninth in the country with an average of 15.3 yards.

compiled from Beef ‘O’ Brady Bowl, Louisville & Southern Mississippi athletics news