It's not respect yet, but at least USA Today remembered that UofL plays football, too.
Teddy Bridgewater and company are that good. The Wildcats, not so much.
Thousands of fans packed, Downtown Louisville at Fourth Street Live to celebrate the Louisville Cardinals Final Four apperance. The Team, Mayor Greg Fischer, Athletic Director Tom Jurich, and Head Coach Rick Pitino were all in attendence.
Defense was at a premium in Freedom Hall on Friday as the Kentucky Derby Festival kicked off festivities with the Basketball Classic, the White team defeated the black team, 130-127. Three Indiana recruits, One Louisville recruit, and possibly one Kentucky recruit, as well as other Top recruits were all in action. Check out the sights and see how the players fared.
Not even the rain could douse the flame of this hot rivalry... The Battle of the Bluegrass adds fire to NOLA's Bourbon Heat!
“We have no idea what the existing record was -- or even if there was a previous record -- but we know we smashed it. You can’t go anywhere today without running into a sea of red.”
Louisville and Kentucky face off in the state's biggest match-up in recent history. A trip to the National Championship is at stake. What will a loss/win do for each program?
Some see RED. Some see BLUE. But ALL see ABILITY!
It's less than a week away from what some are calling the, "Dream Game". The Kentucky Wildcats face-off against the Louisville Cardinals. Here's everything you need to back your team in a smack talking session.
'...an offer to trade his wife (at least temporarily) for some tickets to the Final Four basketball games being held next weekend in New Orleans..."
The Cardinals try to quiet the naysayers while the Wildcats try to live up to lofty expectations in the NCAA tournament.
Louisville, UK, Murray State and Western Kentucky are ready to make a run...or maybe bow out of the NCAA Tournament before the sun comes up Monday.