Yeah, it was ugly. And not only because the Cards played during an "orange out."
If you left at halftime, you don't know how that headline makes sense.
Syracuse stole one from Louisville so the Cards make an emphatic statement on their home floor.
Being number one was nice while it lasted.
The Cards fall at Syracuse and the fans are saying "L no."
A better offense than Louisville? The heck you say.
Louisville moves on to face the 3 Seed Marquette, in what is sure to be a battle. Day 3 looks to be filled with some terrific match-ups. Check it out.
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.
Most overlooked stat of coach John Calipari's career at UK: he's 11-10 on opponent's courts. Lucky for the Wildcats, they won't leave the Bluegrass State until January 11th...but there is that little game with Louisville still on the horizon.
How can you make the whole family happy? Come out to Churchill Downs and let the kids trick-or-treat while Mommy and Daddy make a few wagers on the ponies.