Last week, saw a lot of football and I thought it only appropriate to take a look at some of area schools.
October means halloween, but it also means plenty of athletic activity in the Derby City, something I plan on taking a look at here.
The Cards grabbed a commanding victory over Florida International last Saturday, while the Cats prepare for on onslaught of top notch teams beginning with Florida on Saturday
The Governor's Cup added another chapter on Saturday in a game with a long and rich history.
This Labor Day weekend should have all the sports you need to make these next couple days a proper send off to summer.
Yesterday, I looked at some of the area top college football players and major awards that they were on the watch list for, there were a few awards that I wasn’t able to look at due to space though and I’m taking a moment to do that now.
Going into the college football season, several area athletes are on watch lists for a number of prestigious awards.
Well, folks as we get ready for college football let's take a look at some area schools, where they are in terms of team development and there schedules.
Rick Pitino has garnered yet another award, this time from ESPN's the ESPYs.
The Cards' men's basketball team has yet another accolade to add to their shelf, this time coming from the capital.
University of Louisville basketball has certainly made their way into sports news as of late, and for good reason with the World University Games, the NBA, the ESPYS and more.
The NBA Draft commenced last Thursday, and was filled with suprises and area athletes.