July 19, 2007 - 9:39am
This year’s Big East Conference media day in Newport, R.I., conducted by Commissioner Mike Tranghese (pictured left), attracted more writers and broadcasters than ever before. Here’s a sampling of notes and quotes that were generated by this week’s festivities:
This year’s Big East Conference media day in Newport, R.I., conducted by Commissioner Mike Tranghese (pictured left), attracted more writers and broadcasters than ever before. Here’s a sampling of notes and quotes that were generated by this week’s festivities:
July 16, 2007 - 10:17pm
Louisville football coach Steve Kragthorpe (pictured left) speaks at  the Big East Media Day in Newport, R.I., today (July 17), but his eagerness for the coming season to get underway is already evident.
Louisville football coach Steve Kragthorpe (pictured left) speaks at  the Big East Media Day in Newport, R.I., today (July 17), but his eagerness for the coming season to get underway is already evident.
July 13, 2007 - 2:54pm
sAfter a quick glance at the Big East basketball match-ups for 2007-08 announced Friday, it looks like it may be easier for Louisville to advance to the NCAA Final Four than it will be to win the league title.
sAfter a quick glance at the Big East basketball match-ups for 2007-08 announced Friday, it looks like it may be easier for Louisville to advance to the NCAA Final Four than it will be to win the league title.
July 12, 2007 - 8:06pm
These days, Coach Mike Summers (pictured left) is focused on developing the offensive line of the Atlanta Falcons. But the past four seasons, Summers, a former assistant coach at UK and the son-in-law of former Wildcat basketball coach Joe B. Hall, was focused on helping Bobby Petrino and the Cards prepare to defeat Kentucky.
These days, Coach Mike Summers (pictured left) is focused on developing the offensive line of the Atlanta Falcons. But the past four seasons, Summers, a former assistant coach at UK and the son-in-law of former Wildcat basketball coach Joe B. Hall, was focused on helping Bobby Petrino and the...
July 9, 2007 - 6:01pm
Add the name of Sean Green to the list of University of Louisville alums who were gratified by their alma mater’s unprecedented drive to the College World Series this spring. It capped off a great month for Green (pictured left) who earned his first major league victory on June 9.
Add the name of Sean Green to the list of University of Louisville alums who were gratified by their alma mater’s unprecedented drive to the College World Series this spring. It capped off a great month for Green (pictured left) who earned his first major league victory on June 9.
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