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(Photo – Gary Graves, Associated Press) This question made the rounds when Donovan Mitchell took over in 6-game stretch for an injured Quentin Snider....Continue reading »

Photo – It was March 7, 2015 when another member of the family was permanently written into the Cardinal fans’ hall of fame. There...Continue reading »

If the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament taught us anything, it’s that Chrissie Hynde, James Honeyman-Scott, Pete Farndon, and Martin Chambers...Continue reading »

Photo by Joe Nicholson, USA Today The end of the season marked Coach Pitino’s 16th year at the school, and if you look at the overall body of work,...Continue reading »

Photo – AP Improve Basketball IQ – this was this team’s ultimate undoing.  The head scratching decision making, blowing second...Continue reading »

Deng Adel lands a thunder dunk against Michigan’s D.J. Wilson. (Courtesy SB Nation) I would like to say I was surprised by Louisville’s 73-69 loss...Continue reading »

Though it has been a rocky sophomore NBA season for former Louisville Cardinal Terry Rozier, he is enjoying late-season success with the Boston Celtics. Due...Continue reading »

Photo – AP We’ve all had time to take a deep breath, block annoying people from that fan base on our timelines, and maybe even swear off basketball...Continue reading »

(Photo – Jeff Roberson, AP)   In a season of collapses by some of Louisville’s marquee athletic programs, Rick Pitino and the basketball...Continue reading »

On Sunday at 12:10 P.M. Louisville (2) will battle Michigan (7) for the right to advance to the Sweet 16. This is the first time the Cards and the Wolverines...Continue reading »

Per the Courier Journal’s Jeff Greer, the NCAA is expected, on Friday, to file its reply to the University of Louisville’s response to the NCAA’s...Continue reading »

The Breakdown – Jacksonville State Edition Head Coach: Ray Harper Record: 20-14 Conference: Ohio Valley Conference   The Gamecocks punched...Continue reading »

Yes, the heading on this blog does go without saying. That whole “win or go home” thing does tend to insinuate that Louisville’s upcoming...Continue reading »