December 5, 2012 - 12:30pm
A home for the holidays, that is what this week's featured adoptable pets at Met
Homeless pets would love to be in a new home by the Holidays. What a great way to celebrate the Holidays by giving one of these featured pets a great new home.
Homeless doggies and kitties sit by the chimney with care in hopes that St. Nicholas would soon be there with homes for all. Imagine adopting a homeless pet family member and the great feeling that comes from providing them with a new loving home. Here are this weeks featured adoptable pets at...
December 5, 2012 - 12:25am
Louisville hammers College of Charleston 80-38
In their first real road game, the Cards came up as big as advertised.
While every sports media organization spent their day trying to get football coach Charlie Strong hired away from the University of Louisville, basketball coach Rick Pitino took his Cardinals on the road to the College of Charleston. This counts as their first real road game for Louisville because...
December 4, 2012 - 12:02pm
After losing two straight, including at home for the first time under head coach John Calipari, the Wildcats get some help from the schedule with home games against Samford and Portland.
Kentucky basketball has had better weeks. After losing decisively at Notre Dame Thursday, and suffering their first home loss under John Calipari to a Baylor team coming off a home loss to College of Charleston, the final ignominy came Monday after UK went from #8 to unranked in the Associated...
December 4, 2012 - 11:00am
Karl Schmitt has been working behind the scenes with Louisville sports tirelessly for years now, and his work certainly makes him a stand-out in the city's sports community.
Karl Schmitt isn’t a professional athlete, he wasn’t a high school stand-out or Mr. Kentucky in any sport, none the less he is a sports legend of the ‘Ville.Through his work in business settings and behind the scenes Schmitt has secured his legacy in the local sports community.And...
December 3, 2012 - 1:01pm
The University of Louisville men’s soccer team ended their second consecutive season one win shy of the College Cup, soccer’s version of the final four, against the highest remaining seed in the tournament Saturday night in College Park MD.
The University of Louisville soccer team routinely schedules difficult opponents to prepare for the postseason. When they scheduled powerhouse Maryland to open the season nobody realized it would be preview of a match to determine who would advance to the NCAA College Cup for an opportunity to...