March 14, 2012 - 12:23am
The brackets have been set and Louisville will be headed out West to Portland, Oregon. They will face the Davidson Wildcats in the 1st round game, the winner will be the winner of New Mexico vs Long Beach State. We take a look at the West Region in this article.
All things considered. You have to be happy with the draw for the Louisville Cardinals. The only complaint is that they have to travel 3,000 miles to play in Portland. While I certainly won't argue this fact, the last time Louisville went to the Final Four they were out West.
June 18, 2013 - 5:30pm
Our editor reviews our events calendar and selects the weekend's choicest happenings to include in this newsletter. The Weekender goes out on Wednesday, because we know your weekend starts on Thursday night.
Our editor, Zach Everson, reviews Louisville.com's events calendar and selects the weekend's choicest happenings to include in this newsletter. The Weekender goes out on Wednesday, because we know your weekend starts on Thursday night.Subscribe here.
June 18, 2013 - 10:00am
The Capital One Mascot Challenge has had representatives from a number of area colleges, not the least of which is the first "Hall of Famer."
As baseball season heats up another sport has got to be in our sights, football, both Louisville coach Charlie Strong and Kentucky coach Mark Stoops have had a recruiting blitz in recent months to
June 18, 2013 - 8:34am
The Cards committed four errors in losing their second game in Omaha.
After the best season in program history, the UofL baseball team became the first team eliminated in the College World Series in Omaha Nebraska Monday afternoon, losing to Oregon State 11-4.
June 17, 2013 - 10:00am
Maker's Mark is honoring Louisville's NCAA champions with a new custom bottle which focuses on coach Rick Pitino's new hall of fame induction as well. Of course, this is just the latest of a long line of custom Maker's Mark bottles.
Maker’s Mark has long been known for showing pride in area sports teams with specialized custom bottles; many of these have become collectible through the years.