Forty years ago a former University of Louisville star helped the Golden State Warriors win their first - and only - NBA title. Beginning Thursday night Steph Curry & Co. will try to follow that team's lead.
Jecorey "1200" Arthur and Bob Muntis have created a monster.
Dan McDonnell has led the University of Louisville baseball team to unprecedented success in his nine seasons on the job. The Cardinals will begin their quest for a third straight trip to the College World Series this weekend, when they host the four-team Louisville Regional in NCAA Tournament action.
On May 22, 1975 the Kentucky Colonels proved they were the best professional basketball team in the American Basketball Association (and maybe the world) when they captured their first - and only - ABA title with a 110-105 victory over the Indiana Pacers in Game 5 of the championship series.
Former University of Louisville football standout, and current Minnesota Vikings quarterback, Teddy Bridgewater escorted a Louisville girl to her junior prom last weekend. It's just the latest in a long line of admirable actions by Bridgewater.
Jalin Roze shares some insight on his upcoming EP, his artistic direction, and the best advice he ever received.
The University of Louisville baseball team completed a season sweep of the University of Kentucky thanks to a 5-2 triumph Wednesday night in Lexington. The No. 2 Cardinals now prepare for a weekend series against seventh-ranked Florida State.
Ten former University of Louisville football players were selected in last weekend's NFL Draft. Almost all of them owe at least part of their success to former Cardinals coach Charlie Strong.
Three more University of Louisville football players were selected in the third round of the NFL Draft on Friday night joining DeVante Parker, who was picked in Thursday night's first round.
DeVante Parker, arguably the best wide receiver in the history of the University of Louisville football program, was taken 14th by the Miami Dolphins in the first round of the NFL Draft on Thursday night.
The Columbus Clippers completed their sweep of the Louisville Bats by winning both games of Sunday's doubleheader between the two teams. Columbus won the first game 7-1 and the second 4-2.
The University of Louisville softball team, behind Maryssa Becker's 1-hitter, blanked archrival Kentucky 8-0 Tuesday evening in Lexington.