Kenny Carter
Kenny Carter

Position:
Running Backs/Special Teams

Experience:
4th Season


12/19/2012

Preparations for Sugar Bowl Winding Down in Louisville

Cardinals have three more practices before taking off for Christmas

11/06/2012

Cardinals Ready for a Huge Tussle in the Carrier Dome

Game will be televised on ABC for the second-straight week

09/15/2012

Louisville-North Carolina Postgame Quotes

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09/08/2012

Louisville-Missouri State Postgame Quotes

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09/04/2012

Watson Puts His Stamp on Offense

The Cardinals totaled 466 yards of total offense in the win over UK

12/26/2013

LOUISVILLE FOOTBALL RUSSELL ATHLETIC BOWL | PRACTICE IV

Louisville Football Russell Athletic Bowl | Practice IV

11/23/2013

LOUISVILLE v MEMPHIS

Louisville Football v Memphis

11/10/2012

GAME DAY | LOUISVILLE AT SYRACUSE

Louisville Football v Syracuse

10/20/2012

LOUISVILLE v SOUTH FLORIDA

Louisville v South Florida

10/17/2012

GAME DAY GALLERY | NORTH CAROLINA

Louisville Football v North Carolina

Playing Experience
• Four-year letterwinner at The Citadel.

Coaching Experience
1993: Furman (Tight Ends)
1994-98: The Citadel (Assistant HC/DE, RB/Rec. Coordinator)
1999: LSU (Outside Linebackers)
2000: Pittsburgh (Running Backs)
2001-03: Penn State (Wide Receivers)
2004-07: Vanderbilt (Running Backs/Rec. Coordinator)
2008-09: Florida (Running Backs)
2010-13: Louisville (Running Backs/Special Teams Coordinator)

Bowl Games Coached
2000: Insight.com
2003: Capital One
2009: BCS National Championship
2010: Sugar
2010: Beef `O' Brady's
2011: Belk
2013: Sugar

Coaching Highlights

Louisville
• Coached running backs Jeremy Wright and Senorise Perry to combine for 1,529 yards and 21 touchdowns.
• John Wallace booted 16-of-21 field goals, which was the second-best total in school history.
• Recorded two special teams touchdowns in 2011, and the Cardinals led the nation in punt return defense, allowing seven yards for an average of 0.54 yards a return.
• In 2010, Carter guided running back Bilal Powell to earn first team All-BIG EAST Conference accolades and also earned All-America recognition.
• Powell was a fourth-round selection by the New York Jets. Powell rushed for 1,405 yards, which was the second-best total in school history and registered consecutive 200-yard rushing games in 2010, becoming the first U of L player to accomplish such a feat.

Florida
• Helped guide the Gators to the 2008 BCS National Championship.
• In 2008, Carter guided a running backs group that amassed over 1,800 yards on the ground with 16 touchdowns. Jeff Demps and Chris Rainey combined to rush for over 1,200 yards in their respective freshman campaigns.
• Florida led the SEC in rushing offense in 2008 when they won the national championship, averaging 231.1 yards per game, which was the highest in school history since 1989.
• The Gators also posted a school-record 42 rushing touchdowns and Demps and Rainey were named Freshmen All-SEC.

Vanderbilt
• In 2007, Cassen Jackson-Garrison went on to finish in a tie as the eighth-leading rusher in Vanderbilt history with 1,814 career yards.
• Mentored tailbacks Cassen Jackson-Garrison and Jared Hawkins, a duo which combined for more than 900 rushing yards and eight touchdowns from the Commodores' one-back set.

Penn State
• As the wide receivers coach, Carter was instrumental in the development of Bryant Johnson, a first-team All-Big Ten pick in 2002 and first-round 2003 NFL draft pick of the Arizona Cardinals. Johnson ranks among the all-time Penn State leaders with 110 career receptions and 2,008 career receiving yards.

Pittsburgh
• Serving as the running backs coach, Carter mentored Kevan Barlow, Nick Goings and Lousaka Polite, who have gone on to enjoy solid NFL careers.

LSU
• Coaching outside linebackers, Carter coached Norman Lejeune to earn Freshman All-SEC accolades.

All-BIG EAST Players
Bilal Powell (2010)

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