Writer Bill Doolittle recently sat down with Pitino in his office at the YUM! Center practice facility on the U of L campus to talk about . . . well, to talk about anything and everything – except basketball!
KFC-scented candles, $900 jockey statuettes, bourbon-flavored cosmetics -- the makings of a Louisvillians perfect Christmas.
Coach Pitino and the Cards get the better of former UofL Assistant Kareem Richardson and the Roos, 90-62
The Cards Roll Over the Bears, 91-49
The Brohm family is widely known in the area for their athleticism, and this can be seen without question with the family's daughter, Kim.
Today Greg Brohm is the head football coach at Bardstown's Thomas Nelson High School, but before he made his way west, Brohm was another in the historic and long line of familial success stories.
The Cards give up an early lead and their hopes of an undefeated season
West Coast invader, Game On Dude, meets three-year-old local, Will Take Charge, in Friday’s Clark Handicap at Churchill Downs.
For the first time ever, Churchill Downs is offering Kentucky Derby future wagering in November.
Today the name Brohm has become synonymous with Louisville Cardinal football, but that all started with a standout quarterback in the 1960's by the name of Oscar, and for not just his athletic prowess but also for his community involvement he is without question, a sports legend of the 'Ville.
Kevin Ware pleads guilty to reckless driving
The Catholic Sports Hall of Fame has inducted their second class and in many ways it looks like a who's who of historical local sports figures.