A summary of local news for December 9, 2010
Here's a sneak peak of what to expect this season for the University of Louisville Cardinals
Get a sneak peek at the brand new KFC Yum! Center and the 2010-11 University of Louisville men’s basketball team in a Red-White scrimmage at 2 p.m. Oct. 24. Tickets will be just $5. They go on sale beginning at 9 a.m. Thursday at both UofL tickets offices - one located on the third floor of the Swain Student Activities Center and the second near Gate 2 of Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium on Floyd Street.
Local news for Sept. 8, 2010
Perhaps it’s this clear love for the Cardinals, the excitement of a new football coach, the glisten of the new stadium, or the sexy scandals of Mr. Pitino, but something has my interest peaked.
The University of Louisville men's basketball team, and coach Rick Pitino (left), will play 2010 NCAA runner-up Butler at 8 p.m. Nov. 16 in the new KFC Yum! Center in a game that will be broadcast on ESPN as part of the network's "College Hoops Tip-Off Marathon."
Karen Sypher is accused of trying to extort University of Louisville men's basketball coach Rick Pitino, left. However if you are like me some of the legalese used at Sypher's trial sounds like Chinese. So here is my attempt to explain Thursday morning's courtroom proceedings using sports as a backdrop.
In their one season, the Shooters made the playoffs only to forfeit the series, and they only made it three games into the next season before folding. That pretty much sums it up.
Former University of Louisville standout Terrence Williams could be the New Jersey Nets' point-guard-of-the-future after his performance in last week's NBA Summer League in Orlando, Fla.
Angel McCoughtry, the second-year player out of the University of Louisville, has quickly become one of the best players in the WNBA. Saturday she'll participate in the league's All-Star game.
John Wall went No. 1 in Thursday night's NBA Draft, while four of his former Kentucky teammates followed him as UK had a record five first-round picks.
Former University of Kentucky star John Wall is the without-a-doubt No. 1 pick in Thursday night's NBA Draft, but who will be second? Could it be Wall's old teammate DeMarcus Cousins?