March 21, 2013 - 9:34pm
Louisville basketball invades Rupp Arena and destroys North Carolina A&T 79-48
This is going to be a fun ride to Atlanta.
As the number overall seed, the University of Louisville basketball Cardinals entered what is normally the lion's den of Lexington's Rupp Arena to play their first NCAA Tournament game against the North Carolina A&T Aggies. Junior center Gorgui Dieng started the scoring early and the...
March 18, 2013 - 8:31am
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.
By the time the selection show rolled around, most UK fans were no longer deluding themselves.Despite defeating tournament teams Missouri and Florida in the final weeks of the season, UK wasn’t in the NCAA tournament field announced Sunday night. Despite 6 wins against the RPI top 100, UK was...
March 17, 2013 - 7:27pm
Louisville basketball grabs the number one overall seed for the NCAA tournament
Close to home and Atlanta bound all at the same time.
After their stunning performance Saturday against arch rival Syracuse, the University of Louisville Cardinals were made the top pick going into the NCAA Tournament. Whispers of that possibility began after the Notre Dame win on Friday coupled with the loss Georgetown suffered in the Big East...
March 16, 2013 - 11:26pm
Harrell a hero as he leads Louisville basketball to repeat as Big East champions
If you left at halftime, you don't know how that headline makes sense.
Louisville basketball's third Big East Tournament game ended up being the third time this season they've played Syracuse. But Saturday night's game was on the biggest stage this season: Madison Square Garden. It was also for the biggest prize: the Big East Championship and a possible...
March 16, 2013 - 12:20am
Peyton Siva becomes the top Cardinal thief as as Louisville basketball pounds No
Can the Cards win the final meaningful Big East Tournament? One more night and we'll find out.
After doing an impromptu photo session with President Bill Clinton Thursday night as a result of  their victory over Villanova, the University of Louisville basketball Cardinals stepped back into Madison Square Garden Friday night to do battle one more time with Notre Dame. While it was closer...