Montrezl Harrell is good….l

The defending national champions were back in action for the first time on Tuesday, and it was awesome.  Sure, it was an exhibition.  Sure, it was against a D-II team.  Sure, Montrezl Harrell is a beast.  We all heard rumblings over the summer about how good Harrell looked playing for team USA, and now we can all believe it.  Maybe his oop in the Georgia Dome flipped a switch in him, or maybe he had it all along.  Whatever it was, I think we can all expect more out of Montrezl this year.  He plays hard, works hard, and is quickly becoming one of my favorite cardinal in memory.  This is the first of many wallpapers to come of Harrell this season.  He is a very worthy choice for the first basketball wallpaper of the year.   (I’d like to give credit to “Thy-Darkest-Hour” from deviantART for the awesome wings.)



Win 4 Ware Wallpaper

The world watched on Sunday as the Louisville Cardinal made another stop on the revenge tour to play the Duke Blue Devils.  Basketball fans across the country tuned in hoping to see another great match up between the 2 power houses, with the winning earning a sport in Atlanta for the FInal Four.  Those fans saw more than just a basketball game, they saw a group of young men that are more than a basketball team.  In the 1st half Kevin Ware went down with a horrific injury, the worst that I’ve seen in sports, but it was what happened following the injury that deserves the headlines.

Moments after watching their teammate, their brother, break his leg the Louisville Cardinals had 2 choices; get distracted and lose the game or win for Kevin Ware.  Ware called the team over and told them to win.  Don’t worry about him, but win the game.  Tears were dried away, emotions checked, and the remaining Cardinals did what Kevin said, they won the game.  We have all read countless stories recapping the events of that day, but the boys have work to do for Ware.  We have a few days before we are back on the court, and hopefully this can adorn your background leading up to the big game.  And hopefully, we can Win 4 Ware.


Stephan Van Treese Wallpaper

Stephan Van Treese is a name that a lot of people outside of the UofL fan base may not know, but he is playing a big roll in the teams recent success.  Van Treese was set the transfer over the off season but things worked out and he was able to stay, he is making the most of the opportunity.  He has provided a spark off the bench, and is seemingly around the ball on every miss.  He isn’t a guy that is going to fill up the stat sheet, but he brings more to the table than what shows up on the box score.  I think we can all agree that SVT has become a fan favorite, and rightfully so.  I haven’t done many wallpaper of Mr. Van Treese over the years, so here is a much deserved wallpaper.

And, shout out to Brandon Pry at for the picture.  He always provides me with the highest quality images to use, and he does amazing design work himself.  Be sure to check him out.


Teddy Bridgewater Sugar Bowl Wallpaper

Teddy Bridgewater was not only instrumental to getting UofL to the 2013 All State Sugar Bowl, he was also one of the many reasons they pulled off the biggest upset is BCS history.  After getting hit illegally on his first drop of the game, Teddy came back and hit Florida right back.   He ended the game throwing for 2 touchdowns and 266 yards, and took home the MVP trophy.  Bridgewater will be back under center next year, and looking to lead the Cards to an even bigger victory in January.


Devante Parker Sugar Bowl Wallpaper

Devante Parker has been one of the most exciting players to watch on this UofL football team, he continuously makes the big plays.  When in the redzone I would toss it up to Devante every time, and 9 times out of 10 he would come down with it (and that is with me throwing it).  His TD grab in the Sugar Bowl was not only a great catch, but it summed up what he has done for this team all season.  This is my first wallpaper for Mr. Parker, but definitely not the last.  Take a look and let me know what you think.  I will have more Sugar Bowl wallpapers coming in the next week or so, stay tuned.


2013 Sugar Bowl Champion Wallpaper (Desktop and iPhone)

Last night the world watched as the Louisville Cardinal go into the 2013 Sugar Bowl expecting to watch the #3 Florida Gators run them off the field.  That expectation may have been tempered a bit 15 seconds into the game when Terell Floyd intercepted the first pass of the game and took it back for 6.  The Cardinals continued to shock the world for the next 4 quarters and stunned the Gators with a 33-23 victory.  It marks the biggest upset in BCS history, and the biggest with for this UofL program.  Charlie Strong and company proved all the doubters wrong, and now have a lot of momentum going into next year.  No one showed respect for the Cards going into the game, but they will now.

Here is the first of several Sugar Bowl wallpapers that I will be posting in the coming days/weeks.  I wish I could give every member of the team, staff, and fan base their own wallpaper but I’ll have to settle for choosing a handful.  Thanks for looking, and Go Cards!



2012-2013 Louisville Cardinal Basketball Wallpapers (Most players represented)

It is an exciting time to be a Louisville Cardinal; The football team is going to the Sugar Bowl, Charlie Strong is staying, and the basketball team is ranked in the top 10.  This set of wallpapers is to celebrate the latter, with a wallpaper for just about every player on the basketball team.  I know that I’m missing a few, but they will be added as soon as I get pictures to use.  If your favorite player didn’t get a wallpaper, keep checking back, because it’s coming.  Thanks for looking, and thanks to Brandon Pry (Prudat) at for the images.  Brandon takes great pictures and does great design work, so definitely check him out.


2013 All-State Sugar Bowl Wallpaper

Bowl season is right around the corner, and this time around Cards fans get to wait until after new years to watch their team get back on the field.  In just his 3rd year Charlie Strong is taking his Louisville Cardinal back to  a BCS bowl, where he will face the 3rd ranked Florida Gators.  Florida is where Charlie made a name for himself, so you know he will have his team ready to play.  This is without a doubt the toughest game Strong has had in his time at UofL, and arguably the most important game ever for the football program.  No one is giving the Cards a shot, an upset on January 2nd would continue the momentum Strong and company have started.

Hope everyone enjoys the wallpaper.  Feel free to share with the world.  Thanks for looking, and let me know what you think.  I also want to give a special thanks to Brandon Pry (Prudat) for the pictures of the UofL players.  Visit his site CardShout and check out his photo galleries as well as his graphic design work.


2012-2013 Louisville Cardinal Basketball Schedule Wallpaper

I know I’m a day late, but here is a schedule wallpaper for everyone interested.  I’ve been doing these for the last few years, and they always seem to go over pretty well.  This year I decided to keep it pretty simple, and just feature the logo rather than a player/players.  I may make a few more with a player or two, but this way you can rep the whole team and still stay up to date on who is up next.  Feel free to let me know what you think, and thanks for looking.

Kevin Ware Wallpaper

There has been a lot of talk about Kevin Ware this offseason, and from the feedback I’ve heard from the red/white scrimmage, it is well deserved.  Ware has always had the athleticism to make an impact, but his suspect decision making and ball handling held him back last year. That appears to be in the past, and Kevin is expected to make an impact for the number 2 ranked Cardinals this year.

I’ve done a couple wallpaper with Dieng blocking the moon, and they have gone over well, so I thought I would put a new twist on it.  The picture of Ware was taken by Matt Wickman from Hell In The Hall, I hope to use many more of his pictures in the future.  Take a second to check out his work, you won’t be disappointed.