Last week I analyzed the University of Louisville's conference move to the ACC, looking at conferences that the school has been a part of. In connection with that I take a look at some other local colleges and the conferences that they've called home.
John Calipari takes the blame after Archie Goodwin and Kyle Wiltjer nearly bring the Cats all the way back from a 17 point deficit.
Bragging rights established, Louisville removes some of the sting from last years losses to UK.
After facing a challenging early schedule, John Calipari has the Cats facing a steady stream of lesser opponents ahead of their visit to the Louisville December 29th.
A lot of talk has happened recently regarding Louisville and Kentucky's football coaching situation. With that in mind, I thought I'd take a look at the two programs' most succesful coaches.
Well Charlie Strong plans to remain in Louisville and Mark Stoops comes in to take over in Lexington with lofty goals. All that said, what is the aftermath of all of this? What will come of it? Will all this irresponsible media reporting really bring about the end of the world as the Mayans predicted. Short answer, I-don'know.
Despite the easy win, Calipari still see room for improvement.
After losing two straight, including at home for the first time under head coach John Calipari, the Wildcats get some help from the schedule with home games against Samford and Portland.
Kentucky’s heralded freshman struggled in their first true road test against a team with one of the best home records in College basketball, Losing to Notre Dame 64-50 Thursday night in South Bend
Sean Woods had some interesting comments about the current crop of UK players Monday, two days before the UK legend returned to Rupp Arena as the head coach of Morehead St.
The Joker Phillips era in Kentucky football has concluded but how does the school officially close the chapter? And for that matter, where does the program go from here?
The University of Louisville men's soccer team joined seven other Big East teams, including overall #1 seed Notre Dame, in being selected to the 48 team NCAA Tournament Monday afternoon.