Michael Bush is up and running, his broken right leg nearly fully healed just in time for the NFL Draft.
Former Louisville running back Michael Bush underwent surgery Tuesday on the leg he broke during the first game of last season.
Louisville running back Michael Bush will announce Tuesday he plans to declare for the NFL draft.
Michael Bush is in no rush to decide whether to enter the 2007 NFL draft or return for another year at Louisville after breaking his right leg in the Cardinals' season-opening win over Kentucky.
Louisville running back Michael Bush is out of the hospital and recovering from a broken leg that knocked him out for the rest of the season.
George Stripling and Sergio Spencer each ran for two touchdowns, ably filling in for Michael Bush, to lead No. 13 Louisville to a 62-0 win over Temple on Saturday.
Louisville running back Michael Bush had surgery Monday morning at Jewish Hospital to repair his broken right leg, the university announced.
The season opener for Louisville RB Michael Bush started off like a dream, but in one awful instant, it dissolved into a nightmare, writes Pat Forde.
Michael Bush broke his right leg early in the third quarter of the 13th-ranked Cardinals' 59-28 win over Kentucky on Sunday night and will be out for the season.
Louisville Heisman Trophy and All-America candidate Michael Bush suffered a broken right leg Sunday night early in the third quarter in the Cardinals' game against Kentucky, ending his college career.
The quest for offensive balance coupled with increased specialization has ushered in the era of the Incredible Shrinking Tailback, writes Ivan Maisel.
With Adrian Peterson, Michael Bush and Marshawn Lynch among the returning players in 2006, the running back position is loaded, writes Todd McShay.
With QB Brian Brohm and RB Michael Bush returning, the Big East title isn't the only thing Louisville is targeting.
Running back Michael Bush, the nation's leading scorer, will skip the NFL draft and return to Louisville for his senior season.
Michael Bush rushed for three touchdowns in his return from a sprained foot and Hunter Cantwell threw for another score to lead No. 16 Louisville past UConn.
It took a couple of seasons, but Louisville native Michael Bush has found a home in the Cardinals backfield.