To this day football is a thriving aspect of the sports landscape in the city of Louisville. Here I take a look at the plethora of pro and semi-pro teams to come through the Derby City.
The University of Louisville and University of Kentucky women's basketball teams are suiting up for their upcoming home stands. In honor of that I'm going to take a look at some of the past stars on both teams.
Local artist, Aaron Kizer, gets national recognition with his amazing Steve Jobs tribute painting, created in just minutes before your eyes.
David Williams' colossal failure as a candidate cut across every demographic segment in Kentucky. Over a fifth of tea party voters say they will reject him today and vote for Democrat Steve Beshear. Republicans can't blame their mess on Gatewood Galbraith splitting the vote, either. If anything, Galbraith may pull more votes from Beshear than Williams.
Tonight will mark the first time many will be seeing this year's University of Louisville and University of Kentucky's men's basketball teams. In honor of that I create an All-Cards and All-Cats team of sorts.
Professional Lacrosse is making it's way to Louisville with the Kentucky Stickhorses, a team which will play their inaugural season in 2012.
Continuing to look at sports icons from the Kentuckiana area, I'm taking a minute to highlight the nation's past time.
Churchill Downs starts back up in October and welcomes the Breeder's cup in early November. With that in mind, I'm continuing to look at the landmark sports venues in the city of Louisville.
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.
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.
Is Kentucky's state sponsoring of the Creation Museum and Ark Park a prelude to a push to force businesses to spend billions of dollars retrofitting buildings to better withstand earthquakes? The answer may be an unavoidable "yes."
For the past couple of months I've been occasionally throwing out iconic athletes from Louisville. Sports legends of the Ville I called the series. But, I'd like to add to that series, sports legends of a different variety; the iconic buildings and arenas that made the city's historic sports past what it is today.