December 29, 2011 - 6:13pm
Rick Pitino said his team would not hold a press conference prior to Saturday’s matchup against Kentucky. What it does mean though for those with an insatiable thirst for all things ‘Cats-Cards is these may be the only quotes from the Louisville side prior to Saturday.
After falling from the ranks of the unbeaten in Wednesday’s 71-68 loss to Georgetown, Rick Pitino said his team would not hold a press conference prior to Saturday’s matchup against Kentucky. From a coaching standpoint, it’s probably a wise move to not put your players through...
December 29, 2011 - 1:43pm
Do you think your local sports anchors are secretly pulling for UK or UofL to win Saturday? Do you think they're subtly biased when they report on those teams? If you do, you're very wrong...and here's why. Read on.
See that picture? That’s what bias looks like. In 1998, I was Sports Director for the CBS affiliate in Hazard, KY. UK advanced to the Final Four in San Antonio. The station sent reporter Neil Middleton (on the right) and me (on the left) to cover the event, but not before sending us to...
December 29, 2011 - 8:30am
Local news for Dec. 29. 2011
"At a time when President and CEO Joe Reagan and other top executives were being paid six-figure annual salaries, Greater Louisville Inc., the Metro Chamber of Commerce appears to have been bleeding dues revenue, with more than 1,300 companies dropping memberships from 2009 through 2011....
December 27, 2011 - 5:06pm
Louisville Basketball Head Coach Rick Pitino annouced Tuesday that when his contract ends in 2017, he will no longer be coaching at the University of Louisville.
Louisville Head Coach Rick Pitino announced Tuesday, that he will no longer be coaching at the University of Louisville once his contract ends in 2017."When you're 59, you're realistic that you don't have a whole lot of years left," Pitino said at a news conference...
December 21, 2011 - 4:42am
The #4 Louisville Cardinals (11-0), somehow found a way to notch a win Tuesday night in the KFC YUM! Center against College of Charleston(9-2), 69-62. Kyle Kuric led the way for the Cards with 19 points and 8 boards. Louisville's record now stands at 11-0, their best start in over 25 years.
In the words of former Arizona Cardinals Coach Dennis Green, "They are who we thought they were," and Tuesday night in the KFC YUM! Center, College of Charleston was just that- who we thought they were.