Continuing to look at sports icons from the Kentuckiana area, I'm taking a minute to highlight the nation's past time.
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.
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.
With the annual Louisville-Kentucky football game on Saturday I got to thinking about who would make up an All-Cards as well as All-Cats team, starting off with the All-Cards Offensive Squad.
Now comes that all important time in the NFL when teams look to the free-agent wire, this is good news for several Cards and Cats.
Today's Sports legend of the Ville comes from the golden age of the grid iron- a story that the athlete didn't expect but excelled in just the same.
Later this month, the NBA will hold it's annual draft and several notables locally have entered this field.
Kentucky's 1996 Men's basketball team contained nine future NBA stars, among the standouts of the stars though: Derek Anderson- and that's who are sports legend of the Ville highlight is today.
Today Sports Legends of the Ville looks at a coach that's been a part of several hall of fame caliber football teams including the only NFL team to reach "the perfect season."
For our next sports legend of the Ville we're taking a look back at the last Kentucky team to win an NCAA championship, featuring the talents of Louisville's Scott Padgett.