What the Cards need to do to win!
Indiana Vince is back and we give our P.O.Y nominees & more
Defensive Coordinators just monkeying around in 2nd highest scoring weekend since 1937!
Cuse’s nonconference SOS gives it overall No. 1 seed over UK.
Louisville is currently ranked 107th in total yards and 105th in scoring.
University Of Louisville Cardinals at Oregon State University Beavers Saturday September 18th, 2010 Reser Stadium Corvallis, Oregon Time: 5:35 PM EST T.V.: Fox Sports Northwest (Local Insight Channel 7 WBKI) Radio: 840 AM WHAS After earning its first win of the Charlie Strong era, the University of Louisville football team makes the long trip out [...]
Ever wanted to star in a movie? Ever wanted to be a supporting-actor/actress in a movie that featured: Robert DeNiro, Tom Hanks or even Judy Garland? Well, here’s your chance! Starting tonite at the Speed Art Museum (2035 S. Third Street) you can be star in a movie of your choice! How cool is that? [...]
Here’s Findlay Prep shooting guard Nick Johnson, who has scholarship offers from the University of Louisville as well as Arizona, Arizona State and Gonzaga, gettin nasty. He plays for the AAU Oakland Raiders, sponsored by Drew Gooden. He is a Rivals.com top-50 prospect in the Class of 2011 and if this dunk is any indication, [...]
Robbie Valentine, a member of the Louisville Cardinals’ 1986 NCAA Championship Team and a member of the University of Louisville Athletic Hall of Fame (inducted in 2000 via a special classification recognizing those whose community service is exceptional) has been arrested for driving under the influence in New Albany, Indiana. State Police said Valentine was [...]
The four-letter network’s website has just put up a piece chroncling Rajon Rondo’s career thus far, from his humble beginnings in College Court here in Louisville, to his time at Kentucky, to his current role as an NBA star. It’s a lot of reading, but well-done and worth the time it takes. Links to each [...]
University officials, along with The Courier-Journal and ESPN, are reporting that Slick Rick will get a 4-year extension as head coach of the University of Louisville basketball program and the deal will be announced tomorrow. Here’s an excerpt from C.L. Brown’s article in the Courier-Journal: Pitino, 57, earned $2.25 million this season and has three [...]
A is for “Aggies.” A pair of Aggies will do battle in the first round as 5th-seeded Texas A&M goes up against the 12-seed Utah State. Texas A&M is in the Tourney for the third time under Mark Turgeon, who replaced Billy Gillispie when he bolted for UK. The other Aggies, led by Stew Morrill’s [...]
The Daily Beast just released their list of America’s craziest cities. The 57 largest metropolitan areas were ranked — using four criteria: psychiatrists per capita, stress, eccentricity and drinking levels. The Craziest Cities in America were then revealed. The Methodology: • Psychiatrists per capita: How many shrinks there are to fill the therapy demand per [...]
Syracuse Orange @ Louisville Cardinals Freedom Hall Louisville, KY Saturday March 6, 2010 Time: 2:05 pm EST (Gates open at 11:30 am) T.V.: ESPN Radio: WHAS 840 AM Saturday afternoon is a big day in the history of Louisville basketball. Not only is it a big game in terms of Louisville’s tournament hopes, but [...]
The University of Louisville men’s basketball team took a trip to Milwaukee in search of an NCAA tournament berth. Instead, the Cards fell flat on their face and were embarrassed by the Marquette Golden Eagles 69-48. That’s right, 48 points. In Sunday’s win at UCONN, Louisville had 40 by halftime. This performance tonight was no [...]