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We know the shoe industry in college basketball AAU recruiting circles is shady.  You don’t have to be reminded that Antonio Blakeney decommitted from UofL just 11 days after he pledged to Pitino, then signed with a Nike school.  Blakeney’s AAU team – now top Louisville target Maverick Rowan’s team too – is in the news again after refusing to allow him to anwser any question about Louisville.  Does this kind of thing happen often?  I’m not sure, but the fact that it’s Nike’s E1T1 program certainly...Continue reading »

  With the 2015 NFL Draft less than a week away, NFL.com’s Gregg Rosenthal took it upon himself to “re-draft” the 2014 QB class based on their rookie year performances, and former Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater, known for his fragile physical stature and embarrassingly poor pro day and nothing else, took the top spot. Rosenthal’s breakdown is as follows: Teddy Bridgewater has an old man’s game in the best way possible. He’s crafty and composed. He’s the pickup basketball player who doesn’t...Continue reading »

On this episode, the guys bring on The Courier-Journal’s Jeff Greer and insidetheville.com’s Mike Hughes. Topics discussed: -The impact of Damion Lee -The depth chart and potential starters going into 2015-16 -Pitino’s remaining targets and the timeline for Maverick Rowan’s re-classification -A spring game recap and a closer look at the QB competition -Prospects who visited during the game and who you need to keep an eye on *You can listen to the podcast HERE *iPod/iPad users, or if you have any trouble accessing it,...Continue reading »

LSL is back today at 6:00 talking all things UofL sports.  The guys will go into detail about the hoops squad’s big day and discuss what the roster will look like and how good next year’s team will be.  Also, we’ll talk about the importance of the six-game Puerto Rico trip, Ralph Willard’s return, and the spring game.  The Courier-Journal’s Jeff Greer and insidetheville.com’s Mike Hughes will stop by and share their thoughts as well.  As always, we want you to be a part of the show, so hit us up at 815-0939...Continue reading »

  Louisville coach Rick Pitino said shortly after this team’s Elite Eight loss to Michigan State that he had no desire to “rebuild,” and with the latest additions to his roster, he does not have to. Graduate transfer Damion Lee, formerly of Drexel University, announced today he will finish his career at Louisville, choosing the Cards over Arizona, Maryland, and Gonzaga. He will join fellow grad transfer Trey Lewis from Cleveland State in the Cards’ backcourt next season. Make no mistake, despite their former schools,...Continue reading »

MBB: Louisville will compete in Puerto Rico in August while Pitino coaches the natl team #L1C4 http://t.co/6TXNFD6X7b pic.twitter.com/oPEzx6Evrb — Louisville Athletics (@GoCards) April 23, 2015 A ton of news today concerning the basketball program as Damion Lee signed, the Puerto Rico trip was announced, and Ralph Willard returning.  Here are the stories for each: Damion Lee from The C-J’s Jeff Greer Lee announced his decision via Twitter moments after Scout.com first reported the news. The 6-foot-6 wing will graduate this spring...Continue reading »

  After a brief but intense recruitment, Damion Lee, the nation’s #1 grad transfer prospect, committed to play his final season at Louisville.  He picked UofL over Arizona, Gonzaga, and Maryland.  The 6’6 guard’s 21.4 points per game made him the fifth-highest scorer in D-1 this past season.  Lee shot 44% from the field, 39% from 3, 89% from the foul line, and also averaged 6.1 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game.  He gives Louisville more experience, and more importantly, a polished offensive weapon.  Coach Pitino...Continue reading »

Recently, ACC Commissioner John Swofford was asked (again) about the status of ACC Network and again, didn’t offer up anything new.  While UofL hasn’t been in the league for even a year yet, we’ve quickly learned that nothing much ever gets out before the league wants it to. Q: Another topic that was raised by a different FSU Trustee, Edward Burr, was related to the conference’s progress with a cable television network. He mentioned that the conference discussed the likelihood of a cable channel happening when FSU...Continue reading »

  As the staff continues to put the pieces in place for a strong run next season, highly sought after Damion Lee closes out his visit on campus today.  He and the UofL team have played some pick-up ball, went to Lazer Blaze, and hung out in and around the city.  Trey Lewis was in town as well to help recruit Lee to the ‘ville.  His finalists appear to UofL and Arizona, but Gonzaga is scheduled to make an in-home visit this week.  While Coach Pitino will be trying to wrap his recruitment up, SG Sterling Smith – a grad transfer...Continue reading »