July 25, 2011 - 9:00am
Well, the sports world's attention has turned once again to the football pre-season, as high schools and colleges in the area start suiting up for practice.
The sports community has been biting its collective nails all summer: will there be a football season? I have some buddies myself that have woke up in a cold sweat yelling about how they need Aaron Rodgers and Peyton Manning in their life.
July 29, 2012 - 6:59pm
Let's hope the NFL Lockout ends soon, or we might be seeing a lot more of this...
Former University of Louisville Cardinal and current New England Patriot Deion Branch is returning to the River City Friday afternoon. The Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl XXXIX is scheduled to visit the Papa John's at 2nd and Liberty Streets downtown.If the NFL Lockout does not end...
July 29, 2012 - 6:50pm
Derby Week is marked by an impressive slate of extremely festive social events ranging from campouts like the Hillbilly Infield, to the most celebrated party of them all, the Barnstable Brown Gala.
Derby Week is marked by an impressive slate of extremely festive social events ranging from campouts like the Hillbilly Infield, to the most celebrated party of them all, the Barnstable Brown Gala.Most Derby parties function as a fundraiser for different animal friendly charities, but some are just...
April 25, 2011 - 5:51pm
The NFL draft kicks off on Thursday and with the draft, several local stars are potential pros
After countless hours of NCAA study the NFL is set to kick off their annual draft on Thursday, an event which seems to carry with it a sense of optimistic caution; no doubt related to the players union/owners debates which will permeate throughout this draft.
Regardless of the end result of those...
February 18, 2011 - 10:28am
As men across the city openly weap about the conclusion of the football season, it's now a time to look back upon an untold history- that of a Louisville team in the NFL. You read that right.
Previously I took it upon myself to prove my hypothesis that the largest city in Kentucky did in fact have a somewhat storied tradition with professional sports that is often overlooked. Prior to this, I filibustered to prove the tradition of baseball in the city.