April 11, 2011 - 10:00am
Continuing looking at great athletes from the Derby City, I thought it pertinent to look at an athlete that we tragically lost last summer, but none the less one that's exploits are great.
The city of Louisville recently lost a great athlete and man, and as such, I saw it only fitting to highlight him as a sports legend of the Ville.
The news came last summer that the former Mr. Male, Kenny Kuhn, had passed. But, rather than discuss his death, now is the time to discuss his life....
April 14, 2011 - 10:55am
Let's take a look back at some of the sports legends of the Derby City, and where better to start than the Golden Boy?
At East End Sports Cards, a local card shop, one of the guys there begins to talk about his experiences with football legend Paul Hornung.
“…Yeah, I was having him sign some stuff for me, and I asked him to write something extra,” he says. “Paul said that he usually just signed Heisman Trophy...
March 24, 2011 - 3:33pm
The Louisville Cardinals and Kentucky Wildcats football teams have begun spring practice and both coaches are optomistic.
With extended ESPN coverage about the NFL (and this time it has nothing to do with Brett Favre) thoughts of football has never really ceased for the American sports fans.
And, certainly with the opening of spring practice for many college teams talk of the gridiron is only set to increase from only...
February 21, 2011 - 2:26pm
Over the weekend a local high school became a sports store supercenter after a local card shop set up a sports show that brought out people from all over the region.
Over the weekend, Seneca high school turned from a Magnet academy into a bustling sports memorabilia show in a monthly event put on by Middletown’s East End Sports Cards. Vendors from across the region came to sell their wares of sports cards, jerseys, books, and autographed everything, right down...
February 18, 2011 - 11:28am
As men across the city openly weap about the conclusion of the football season, it's now a time to look back upon an untold history- that of a Louisville team in the NFL. You read that right.
Previously I took it upon myself to prove my hypothesis that the largest city in Kentucky did in fact have a somewhat storied tradition with professional sports that is often overlooked. Prior to this, I filibustered to prove the tradition of baseball in the city.