December 2, 2012 - 9:44am
Louisville Cardinals avoid embarrassment at home, beat Illinois State 69-66
The Cards invite the Redbirds into their house, then are nearly sad that they did.
The University of Louisville Cardinals (6-1) came back to the friendly confines of the KFC Yum! Center Saturday afternoon after an intense tournament in the Bahamas and a week off. That should have meant tanned and rested. Instead the layoff left them rusty confused against the Illinois State...
November 30, 2012 - 12:07pm
Kentucky’s heralded freshman struggled in their first true road test against a team with one of the best home records in College basketball, Losing to Notre Dame 64-50 Thursday night in South Bend
There are many benefits to the quick roster turnovers that have been a staple of the Calipari era at Kentucky, last night provided a look at some of the costs.  Notre Dame, having won 65 of the last 66 nonconference home games, came out in front of a frenzied crowd and played with more poise...
November 28, 2012 - 10:04am
Louisville invited to join the ACC
The implosion of the Big East continues, but Louisville is able to exit the mess for greener pastures.
ESPN is reporting that the University of Louisville athletic program has been invited to join the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). A conference call amongst the presidents of the ACC schools on Wednesday morning led to the decision. The move will take place in 2014. According to Big East rules, if...
November 27, 2012 - 3:45pm
For the Louisville Cardinals it's all in the wrist...unfortunately
Superstars with bad wrists could have giant implications on Cardinal athletics.
Last weekend couldn’t exactly be called a banner weekend for University of Louisville athletics. Not because of the losses on the field and on the court. This is greater than those one time incidents. We’re talking about twin wrist injuries that could affect the future of the ranked...
November 27, 2012 - 11:00am
Paulie Miller is a true icon in the world of area high school sports and for good reason as his legacy is still seen years after his retirement.
In the annals of area high school athletics a reoccurring school is Flaget high school, which produced more than its share of legendary Louisville athletes through the years.Flaget disbanded in 1974, but in 1945 it was just working on building up its athletic programs, and as such the first full...