Louisville and Kentucky are basketball crazed colleges. March Madness is not a sign of seasonal depression, but it is a bug. Have you caught it yet?
I know I know, there's lots of basketball going on. Here's what to do before and between games.
IU fans envious of Postseason, to the point of parody.
Politics aside, basketball rules in Louisville despite where party lines lie or loyalties are drawn. Mayor Fischer declares Friday “Cardinal Red Day” as the Cardinals face off against the Kentucky Wildcats Friday night in the Sweet Sixteen.
Here are four things you missed while the madness of the men’s NCAA tournament controlled every TV within a 10-mile distance of you this weekend.
Local comedy club supports not only their hometown team, but their community, as well.
You’ve heard the bracketologists’ predictions, researched who will be the most likely upset, and betted your friends that your bracket will make it further this year. You’ve done all this after, of course, erasing in your mind Greg Gumbel’s voice announcing Louisville as a No. 4 seed in the Midwest region.
It's the March Madness of Booze
Want to have the coolest bar in town? Get one of these.
What to know about Louisville sports when the Monday blues takeover
Drop the Monday blue's and catch up on Louisville sports.
In 1986 the University of Louisville men's basketball team managed to do something many weren't counting on; this is that team's story.
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