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Andy Lyons – Getty Images   This summer most of the people around the University of Louisville men’s basketball program were telling anybody that would listen that sophomore combo guard Terry Rozier was poised for a breakout season. He generated a buzz all summer and rumors began to fly – warranted or otherwise – that the 6’2 Youngstown...Continue reading »

Timothy Easley – Associated Press   After nearly two months of uncertainty, Louisville finally got its ruling on freshman small forward Shaqquan Aaron. The 6’7 Seattle native was cleared this afternoon by the NCAA and will have to sit out two more games (making a grand total of 9 missed contests) before he can make his official debut against Western Kentucky...Continue reading »

Photo – Getty Images   After taking care of #12 Ohio State at home on Tuesday and dismantling Florida International on Friday, the Louisville Cardinals continued their push up both major polls today. This week the Cards are ranked 4th behind only Kentucky, Arizona and Duke. Louisville was able to make another jump after Wisconsin fell to Duke at home on Thursday....Continue reading »

Photo – USA Today   Although he was up for pretty much all the major national defensive player of the year awards (including the Bednarik and...Continue reading »

Photo – Adidas   The nation’s best high school recruit – regardless of class – is on the UofL campus today and will take an unofficial visit to check out Rick Pitino’s program. Thon Maker, the incredibly skilled 7-foot forward who’s been stirring up a buzz in the high school world for over a year now, is the unanimous #1 ranked...Continue reading »

USA Today   After going down with a knee injury in the second quarter of Louisville’s dramatic 44-40 victory over Kentucky, it looked as if starting QB Reggie Bonnafon would be out for the foreseeable future and perhaps beyond. However, things appear to have taken a positive turn in the last 24 hours. In a press release sent out by UofL last night, the school...Continue reading »

Getty Images   Louisville head coach Rick Pitino recently sat down with CBS Sports college basketball analyst Seth Davis in which he opens up about...Continue reading »

Bob DeChiara – USA Today   The University of Louisville announced today that their star safety Gerod Holliman has been named one of the five...Continue reading »

Photo – USATSI   Notre Dame was already banged up heading into Saturday’s huge match-up with Louisville in South Bend (defensive linemen Sheldon Day and Daniel Cage will each miss the game with knee injuries), but now it looks like they could be down one more very important piece. Although he’s been extremely turnover prone lately (and by lately,...Continue reading »

Associated Press   Louisville head coach Bobby Petrino met with the media today to discuss this weekend’s huge match-up with Notre Dame and...Continue reading »

Getty Images   After a monster game against Minnesota in which he looked nearly flawless en route to a 30 point, 7 rebound effort, Louisville’s Montrezl Harrell has been named the national college basketball player of the week by CBS Sports. Harrell was razor sharp from all over the floor as he connected on 9-12 field goals (including 3-4 from downtown) and...Continue reading »

Donovan Mitchell will sign with Louisville on Saturday. Photo – Kelly Kline/ Under Armour   After the Cards missed out on 5-star South Carolina point guard PJ Dozier yesterday, it looks like Rick Pitino and his staff are finished for the 2015 class. Though, there’s probably a pretty good chance that the program could add a late signee in the spring or...Continue reading »

Kelly Kline – Under Armour   Just three days before the official start of the 2014-2015 basketball season, Louisville head coach Rick Pitino received some devastating news this afternoon. During a press conference at his South Carolina high school, 5-star point guard Perry Dozier committed to the Game Cocks over UofL, Michigan and North Carolina. Dozier would...Continue reading »