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Junior forward Jared Swopshire will transfer for his final year of eligibility.
Former Louisville Basketball & Hall of Fame Coach Denny Crum gets mural placed on West Side of Marriot.
This is our 1st edition of "Weekly Sports Mailbag". This is where I answer questions that YOU, have submitted to me, about anything and everything in the world of College Sports.
The (20-6) Louisville Cardinals came up one point short against the #2 ranked Syracuse Orangeman on "Big Monday" in a nationally televised game Monday Night. In a night where offense was at a premium, Syracuse managed to score the final 6 points of the game. A recap and my analysis of the loss.
The newly-ranked #18 Louisville Cardinals will face their toughest task of the season against #2 Syracuse Orangeman at the KFC YUM! Center, 7pm, ESPN
When it looks like you're out, Rick Pitino's Cardinals bring you back in. Three straight wins and now the we're talking about March Madness. If the past is any indication, UofL is set for a tough and fulfilling February.
"With a team that’s lost five of seven games, any win gives the fans hope," says UofL fan Nick Coffey, who operates TheCardinalConnect.com. But those wins are getting harder to come by for UofL basketball coach Rick Pitino. The season is in free fall and the fan base is starting to erode.
It's here. The day that the Commonwealth circled on the calender at the beginning of the year is finally upon us. #3 Kentucky will faceoff against #4 Louisville in game of epic proportions. How will it play out? Click away & Find out!
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.
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.
Yogi Berra once (allegedly) said that "it was impossible to get a conversation going. Everyone was talking too much." That's the way I envision a conversation with Pitino and Calipari, the masters of hyperbole and semi-truths.