So I decided to take a break from the schedule wallpapers (don’t worry, there will be more) to bring you something a little different. I want to do a wallpaper with players from each position, starting with the running backs. I also hope to do receivers, quarter backs, DB’s/safety’s, O-Line, and D-Line. A lot of those will be dependent on me finding quality images to use, which was even a challenge with the running backs. This wallpaper features Michael Dyer, Dominique Brown, Corvin Lamb, and Brandon Radcliff. I really wanted to have LJ Scott featured too, I just couldn’t find a picture of him in his UofL jersey that would work. Hope you enjoy the wallpaper, and there will be more soon. I may alternate between schedule wallpapers and position wallpapers. I will also try to get to the requests that I’ve been getting. Thank for looking, and go Cards!
So, I know that some people don’t like to have players as their background. For some people it’s because it makes their desktop too crowded. Other’s just don’t like to decide on a player, and would rather rep the team as a whole. For those people, I created another football schedule wallpaper, this time featuring the logo rather than players. The wallpaper features the large Cardinal logo in the middle, with all of the opponent logos and game dates at the bottom. This leaves a little more room for your icons, while still give you the information and allowing you to red your Cards.
Well, it’s been a while since I’ve posted a new UofL design (I feel like I say that every time I post one these days), but here is the first football schedule wallpaper of the season. It was hard to decide who to feature in the design, with so many talented players coming back, but ultimately I decided on Will Gardner, DeVante Parker, Gerald Christian, Lorenzo Mauldin, and Terell Floyd. If you look closely at “LOUISVILLE CARDINALS” you’ll see that several other players are featured in the design, just in a lesser manner. Below you’ll obviously see the schedule, featuring the helmet for each opposing team. The dates in white are home games, red are away.
I plan on doing at least a few more schedule wallpaper before the season kicks off, so let me know who you would like featured on the next wallpaper. Thanks for looking, more to come soon.
Run it back is a phrase known around cardnation, and soon to be known around the entire sports world. Made popular by Big Time Yurts (be sure to check our their gear if you haven’t already), “Run It Back” has become the theme for the remainder of the season. Here is a wallpaper, featuring almost the whole team, to help to celebrate the madness. I apologize for not having Dillon Avare or David Levitch on the wallpaper. If anyone can find a high res version of them (as close to full body as possible) let me know and I’ll add them into the mix. Thanks for looking, and thanks to anyone that provided pictures (unknowingly) for this wallpaper. (I know that Matt Wickham took several, be sure to check his work out)
Russ Smith. If you need to know how Russ is, watch this video. When you are done, make this your background. Thanks
The Cardinals just finished up senior day in style. All of the seniors contributed huge today, as the team put up it’s most impressive performance to date. It’s a little late, but here is my wallpaper dedicated to the seniors. I won’t go into detail about each, because I don’t want to tear up, but enjoy the wallpaper.
Wayne Blackshear was a huge name coming out of high school. He was Mr. Basketball in the state of Illinois (beating out Anthony Davis), a McDonald’s All-American, and a list of other accolades. Injuries, starting during the McD’s game, have certainly hindered Blackshear’s production at UofL leading up to this season. All signs pointing to Wayne being healthy coming into this season, and fans were excited to see what he could do at 100%. This season it hasn’t been injuries that has held Blackshear back, it’s been foul trouble. When he is on the court, he can ball. Problem is, he hasn’t been on the court much due to early (and often) foul trouble. Pitino decided to bring Wayne off the bench tonight against Houston, and he responded with a career night. Here’s to hoping Blackshear can build off of his performance tonight, and continue the solid play.
Kevin Ware was thrown into the national spotlight for reasons you all already know. This year, he has been far from it. He was back on the court faster than most expected this year, but has since be sidelined again. There has been talk of him redshirting, and fans have even discussed a possible transfer (mostly UK fans). When healthy, Ware is a dynamic scorer with the length and quickness to defend multiple positions. He is great in the press because of his length, and has been a proven shooter. If redshirting Ware is best for him, he will be back next year better than ever. I look forward to seeing him back on court, this year or next.
Anton Gill hasn’t seen much time on the court yet this year. I think that speaks more about the players in front of him than it says about his abilities. He’s a talented scorer that is money from deep. I think, in due time, he is going to have a solid career here at Louisville. When given the opportunity, I think Gill will prove to everyone that he can play.
I haven’t had the chance to do a Terry Rozier wallpaper yet, and it’s about time I did. I was able to watch Rozier in the Derby City Classic 2 years ago, and I had been looking forward to his arrival ever since. He’s an athletic player with a great ability to score. He has shown that he can knock down the outside shot and get into the lane. With maturity he will start to make better decisions as far as running the offense, then he will be scary.