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Photo – USA TODAY With Coach P telling WDRB that he and his son are likely to play each other on a military base to start the season next year, UofL’s non-conference slate looks to be one of the toughest ever.  With the probable addition of Minnesota, the Cards will also play Kentucky at home and Indiana in Madison Square Garden.  As a member of the ACC,...Continue reading »

Photo – SI.com After about two weeks of no negative news concerning Chane Behanan coming out, late Tuesday night reports surfaced that his 2012...Continue reading »

(photo – InsideTheVille.com) After Sunday afternoon’s 93-84 loss to North Carolina, a pair of Louisville players stood out on the final stat sheet. One of these players shot 11-24 from the floor, hit 6 threes and finished with 36 points. The other finished with 4 fouls and zeros across the board in every major statistical category. Out of high school, one...Continue reading »

(Photo – Associated Press)   From Wes Unseld to Darrell Griffith to Peyton Siva, Denny Crum, Rick Pitino and everyone in between, it’s...Continue reading »

(Photo – espn.com)   While the loss to UNC was disappointing, it’s certainly not cause for concern.  A November loss under Coach Pitino...Continue reading »

In the latest USA Today and AP Top 25 Polls, the Louisville Cardinals have dropped to #9. The Cards, of course, dropped their first game of the season yesterday to North Carolina, who moved up 9 spots in both polls (the biggest mover of the week). Other notables: Oklahoma State moving up 4 and 6 spots, respectively, after blowing out Memphis, UConn moving up to 14th after...Continue reading »

(Photo – Mark Baer / USA Today)   It’s been a long time since I typed the words “Louisville lost” when it comes to basketball, but I suppose all good things come to an end. Yesterday afternoon at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut, the 3rd-ranked Cardinals got upset by #24 North Carolina, 93-84. It was the team’s first loss since...Continue reading »

Photo – espn.com *The Cards were a no-show on defense, and the short-handed Tar Heels embarrassed UofL from the start of the second half with constant run-outs and shooting 54% from the field. *UofL’s 21-game winning streak is over; the last time Louisville lost was February 9th. *The Cards allowed the most points in regulation since 2003. *UofL’s all-time...Continue reading »

Photo – AP *The Cards won their 21st game in a row, and move to 5-0 on the season in beating Fairfield, 71-57. *Montrezl was a man, posting a double-double of 14 points and 13 rebounds. *Chris Jones led the Cards in scoring with 15. (and 3 boards, 3 steals, and 2 assists). *Wayne finished the game with 11 points and 5 rebounds; Russ had 10 points and 6 boards. *UofL...Continue reading »

When a team wins the NCAA championship, you would have to think that team would be getting as much attention the following season as many of the other elite teams in the nation. Louisville fits this category, as the Cards won the 2013 NCAA championship in April, but they aren’t generating as much publicity as teams like Michigan State, Kansas, Duke, and Kentucky,...Continue reading »

(Photo – USA Today)   Though his path to ultimately end up in Louisville wasn’t exactly without a series of twists and turns, Montrezl Harrell has made a home and a name for himself in the Derby City. Fans and media alike have swooned over the 6’7, 230 lb, monster due to his rapid acceleration as a player (and person) in just over a year’s...Continue reading »

The third ranked Louisville Cardinals are back in action this weekend and will hit the road for the first time this season as they travel to Uncasville, Connecticut to participate in the final rounds of the Hall Of Fame Tip-off Classic. One thing is for certain: we know that the Cards will play Fairfield tomorrow in the semifinals at 2:00 p.m. After that, things get a...Continue reading »

Photo – Kelly Kline The C-J’s Steve Jones caught up Quentin Snider and asked him about his decision to decommit from Illinois and sign with Louisville.  The 6’1 point guard from Ballard was candid with his answers and offered a lot of insight of what went on in the days leading up to his return to the hometown team. What was last week like for you and...Continue reading »