After missing the NCAA tournament for the first time under John Calipari, the Kentucky Wildcats quickly demonstrated they had little interest in the NIT, falling to Robert Morris 59-57 in Moon Township PA Tuesday night.
In the end, UK’s bad losses outweighed its good wins, especially in the wake of losing star player Nerlens Noel to injury, as they became the first defending champion to be left out of the NCAA tournament since 2010.
After a thrilling victory over then #11 Florida last week, many thought UK was safely in the NCAA tournament. After falling to Vanderbilt they’re right back on the bubble.
"You have to get tasered to get a foul in this game." Not my line, but the quote of the game.
UK earns its biggest win of the season, closing the game with an 11-0 run to dispatch Florida Saturday afternoon in Rupp Arena
Big East co-champions again and playing like last year. Look out Final Four.
UK came up short in a game they desperately needed to avoid damaging their waning tournament hopes, falling 72-62 to the Goergia Bulldogs Thursday night in Athens.
March means one thing: basketball, and Freedom Hall welcomes the NCAA Division II tournament in several rounds that should prove to be exciting.
The Cardinals have worked themselves back to "scary good." Bad news for the rest of the Big East.
The Louisville Sports Commission has really been coming into their own recently, and this can be seen by the multitude of events they have planned for March, including Volleyball, Archery, and Basketball events.
UK showed no signs of a letdown coming off their huge win Saturday, jumping on Miss. St. early and cruising to an easy victory Wednesday night.
The University of Louisville Baseball and Softball teams had a triple header between the two of them on Sunday, as they both continue to prepare for deeper into the season.