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Former Cardinals took to twitter to offer up their opinion of Coach Pitino’s first 55 & Over game.  Check it out…. Ima sub his ass...Continue reading »

Photo – Scout.com Many doubted the staff’s ability to land elite-level recruits once the scandal broke in October 2015.  Coach Pitino...Continue reading »

On this episode of LSL, the guys spoke to 5-star PG commit Courtney Ramey about his game and why he picked UofL.  Buffalo Stille of Nappy Roots joined...Continue reading »

Mike Hughes, publisher of insidetheville.com (28:00) joined us to talk about basketball recruiting. He offered up a scouting report on elite commitments...Continue reading »

On this edition of LSL, Anfernee Simons, a 4-star, Top 50 guard (27:10) who’s committed to UofL in the 2018 class was a guest.  He spoke about...Continue reading »

Over the last few days, UofL has been on the market for another big man to fill Matz Stockman’s scholarship. The staff has now found someone to...Continue reading »

On this episode of LSL, the guys spoke to the C-J’s Steve Jones about the ridiculous Finebaum Poll, the spring game standouts, and which true freshmen...Continue reading »

Photo – AP Make no mistake, if Donovan Mitchell returns for the 2017-18 campaign, your Louisville Cardinals will be one of the few national title...Continue reading »

The guys spoke to 5-star signee Malik Williams about his current season, why he picked UofL , and what he needs to do to get ready to be a Cardinal next...Continue reading »

Ethan co-hosted the 3-6 time slot on 93.9 The Ville and spoke to 4-star small forward and sharp shooter Jordan Nwora with Mark Blankenbaker and Brian...Continue reading »

The new ACC Network will bring in an estimated $35 million a year per school when it’s launched in a couple of years.  That of course...Continue reading »

Photo – SI.com Selection Sunday is over so let’s see how Louisville stacks up nationally in the NCAA Tournament’s history. Most NCAA...Continue reading »

Photo – AP Louisville basketball is fortunate to have just three coaches over a 69-year span. That’s a lot of winning and success. What...Continue reading »