The Cardinals try to quiet the naysayers while the Wildcats try to live up to lofty expectations in the NCAA tournament.
Louisville, UK, Murray State and Western Kentucky are ready to make a run...or maybe bow out of the NCAA Tournament before the sun comes up Monday.
Deion Branch helped UofL return to national prominence. Sunday, he returns to the Super Bowl with a chance to add to his NFL legacy.
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.
UK and Louisville may have bid goodbye to a perfect season, but three other NCAA teams in the Bluegrass State are hanging on to an undefeated record.
Calipari hints the traditional "home" game at Freedom Hall may come to an end if fans don't show. If the school puts a halt to future games there, it can only blame itself.
Do you think your local sports anchors are secretly pulling for UK or UofL to win Saturday? Do you think they're subtly biased when they report on those teams? If you do, you're very wrong...and here's why. Read on.
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.