Will Rabitan most recently has made a name for himself as a standout in arena football but he got his start at Louisville's own St. X.
Montrell Jones is currently a small business man, but what makes him a sports legend is athletic prowess on the grid-iron.
Earl Heyman is currently a standout boxer from the Derby City that's not where he got his start ironically enough though.
In a lot of ways sports science in the area goes back to one man; that man's story is today's sports legends of the ville segment.
This year's Oscar winner for Best Documentary tells the story of a struggling small-town high school football team and the coach who turned it all around.
Concluding my look at some of the local pioneers of football I take a closer look at the roster of the former NFL team, the Louisville Brecks
Today I continue my look at those early Louisville pioneers of football in this multi-parter (I'm pretty sure that's a word) sports legend of the ville segment
When football was in its infancy the city of Louisville had a large impact on the game. Here I look at some of those early local icons who were a part of the infant National Football League.
Believe it or not we're only about a month away from the NFL draft, so what does that mean for area athletes?
Spring Practice starts today for the Louisville Cardinals football team starts today. You have three chances to view the Cardinals. Click here to find out.
Bubba Paris is today known as a motivational speaker and football legend based out of California, but his story starts here in the Derby City.
D.J. Johnson established himself as an athlete and a broadcaster but it all started in his hometown.