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.
The 6'5 Freshman Guard from Conyers, GA., was orginally denied fall admittance at Louisville. However, he eventually met the NCAA eligibity requirments and joined the Louisville Cardinals Basketball Team Wednesday. Who is Kevin Ware and How will he help the Cardinals in 2011-2012 Basketball season? Read and find out.
Senior Guard Chris Smith said Rick Pitino's anger was "justified", despite a 90-60 victory vs IUPUI Wednesday night.
The IUPUI Jaguars will look for the its first ever win over a ranked opponent when they travel down I-65 Wednesday to the KFC Yum! Center.
Tonight will mark the first time many will be seeing this year's University of Louisville and University of Kentucky's men's basketball teams. In honor of that I create an All-Cards and All-Cats team of sorts.
Charlie Tyra passed away a few years ago, but in his time he proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that he is a Sports legend of the Ville.
Taking one last look at my all-cards/all-cats teams in preparation for Saturday's Louisville/Kentucky football game I take a look at the coaching staff of each respective squad.
Concluding my four part series on "All-Cards" and "All-Cats" teams I conclude with Kentucky's defensive squad.
Continuing to look at the All-Cards and All-Cats teams in preparation for Saturday's Louisville-Kentucky game, I turn my attention to Kentucky's offensive team.
The reason Kentucky will win this year's game isn't because they are the better team. It's because... well, somebody has to win it.
Continuing an analysis of all-stars from UofL and UK football in correlation with the rivalry game on Saturday today I take a look at my picks for an "All-Cards" defensive squad. Make sure to check out yesterday's article where I take a look at offense.
Local news for Sept. 2, 2011