In 1980 a brash University of Louisville guard had made a promise which to the suprise of some he was able to deliver on; this is that story.
The Kentucky Colonels legacy is so iconic in the River City, that it only makes sense to look back at their most noteworthy season.
Today Elmore Just is known as one of the most highly respected icons of Kentuckiana sports and for good reason; the golfer and craftsman allowed his love to lead him through everything.
Patti Joe Hedges-Ward is one of the most recognizeable names in women's basketball at Kentucky- and for good reason.
Today Mike Casey is known as one of the greatest scorers to ever wear a Kentucky jersey, so it comes as little suprise that he is a Sports legend of the 'Ville.
It might seem out of the ordinary for Sports Legends of the Ville to highlight a radio show; and it is. But, for good reason, as one will have to see upon listening to the incredibly entertaining Joe B. and Denny Show.
In a long career on the court Lisa Harrison has proven herself time and time again as a professional caliber athlete; capable of winning championships.
Jeremy Kendle has been an all-star at Bellarmine throughout his tenure, and as he leaves the team for professional basketball outside of the country, I thought it only right to look back at some of his achievements so far.
Karl Schmitt Sr. proved himself a legend in area athletics providing postive opportunities for so many young people in the community and for these reasons he is a sports legend of the 'Ville.
Father Tom Gentile was recently among the first inductees into the Catholic Sports Hall of Fame, and for good reason.
Karl Schmitt has been working behind the scenes with Louisville sports tirelessly for years now, and his work certainly makes him a stand-out in the city's sports community.
Mike Silliman has became an icon representing not just Louisville but the United States with pride and dignity.