He's back...

After starting nine games as a true freshman on Louisville's Orange Bowl championship team, Latarrius Thomas suffered a season-ending knee injury in the second game of the 2007 season. While he missed spring drills recovering from surgery, the 6-foot-2, 206-pound safety is now back on the field and appears ready to help out in the Louisville secondary.
August 11, 2008

Knee injury sidelines Thomas for season

University of Louisville starting safety Latarrius Thomas' 2007 season came to a premature end last Thursday in the Cardinals, 58-42, victory over Middle Tennessee. Thomas, a 6-2, 213 pound sophomore, will have surgery soon to repair a torn ACL in his knee.
September 10, 2007

Latarrius Thomas making contact

Following a season that saw him start eight games and garner Freshman All-American honors, Louisville safety Latarrius Thomas has become a key figure in the Cardinals secondary. Thomas spoke with InsideTheVille.com recently about the upcoming season.
August 7, 2007

Photo Gallery: Spring Game

Plenty of photo's from Louisville's Red-White game on Friday night
April 20, 2007

Photo Gallery: Friday Practice

The Cardinals will conduct the second scrimmage this spring on Saturday at 12:00 p.m.
April 13, 2007

Photo Gallery: Tuesday Practice

Scenes from U of L's late Tuesday afternoon practice. The Cardinals will not practice on Wednesday.
April 10, 2007

Photo Gallery: Cards 23 Bearcats 17

Plenty of images from Louisville's nail-biting 23-17 win over visiting Big East Conference rival Cincinnati on Saturday. The Cardinals keep possession of the Keg of Nails for the fourth consecutive year
October 14, 2006