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This season, Virginia Cavaliers is gearing up to take down several of their fierce rivals. A game is scheduled to be held at the Scott Stadium between the Cavaliers and Louisville Cardinals. The football stadium has been serving as home ground to the Cavaliers since 1931 and will once again be playing host to an exciting game. Watch this collegiate festivity by grabbing Virginia Vs Louisville Cardinals tickets.
Louisville Cardinals dare Virginia Cavaliers to defend their honor, stepping into the latter team's home stadium. Representing the football program from the University of Louisville, the Cardinals is the name adopted by 21 varsity sports which include field hockey, baseball, basketball, golf, football, rowing, soccer, softball, tennis, rugby, cross country and cheerleading. Formed in 1912, the Cardinals played its first game in the same year, winning with a score of 3-1. Initially the side joined the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association and later the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Notable games that took place until the World Wars include the 1913 game against Washington College where the Cardinals made the record of the largest win with a score of 100-0. Currently a part of the American Athletic Conference of the NCAA, the football team is scheduled to transfer to the Atlantic Coast Conference by mid 2014.
With Bobby Petrino as the team's current head coach and Tom Jurich as the athletic director, Louisville Cardinals prepare to support their official colors, black and red at the forthcoming game. The team has three Conference titles and eleven Consensus All-American wins to its name. Competing in the Atlantic Coast Conference's Coastal Division, the Cardinals has set an all-time record of 633-575-48 and a postseason Bowl record of 7-11. Throughout the Cavaliers' history the team has produced 7 College Football Hall of Famers and 3 National Football League Hall of Famers. The NFL Hall of Famers include halfback Bill Dudley, coach Earle Neale and tackler Henry Jordan. The current NFL players that played in college as the Cavaliers include Branden Albert, Will Barker, Ahmad Brooks, Nate Collins, Chris Long, Eugene Monroe, John Phillips, Cam Johnson, LaRoy Reynolds and Matt Conrath. These players are a part of the successful franchises such as Kansas City Chiefs, San Francisco 49ers, New York Jets, Minnesota Vikings, San Diego Chargers, Indianapolis Colts, St. Louis Rams, Atlanta Falcons and Baltimore Ravens. Watch aspiring football players from this team as they prepare to play against Louisville Cardinals. Get Virginia Vs Louisville Cardinals tickets.