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Photo – gocards.com UofL didn’t do what it needed to do in order to get off to a good start in Omaha as the Cards lost to Vanderbilt, 5-3. ...Continue reading »

Photo – @NCAACWS Here’s all you need to know about your Louisville Cardinals as they make their third CWS appearance tonight against Vanderbilt. *How...Continue reading »

The only sports talk show in town dedicated solely to talking UofL football, basketball, and recruiting is back today at 6:00 with a two-hour show on ESPN 680/105.7 and ESPNLouisville.com.  The guys will talk about UofL’s CWS appearance and analyze their chances to win it all.  Also, the guys will discuss the positives and the negatives of accepting “second...Continue reading »

Photo – @NCAACWS After Ole Miss knocked off Louisiana last night, the eight-team field bound for Omaha was finalized.  The elite eight get things...Continue reading »

photo – @NCAA The Louisville Cardinals will meet a familiar foe when they open play in Omaha this weekend.  UofL (50-15) will meet their Nashville nemesis, Vanderbilt (46-19) on Saturday at 8:00 on ESPN2.  The Cards played – and beat – the ‘Dores back on May 6 in Nashville 11-7.  That game came after UofL eliminated VU last May in the Super...Continue reading »

Photo – @GoCards For the second straight year, your Louisville Cardinals are going to the College World Series.  UofL once again came back on Kennesaw State (40-24), who led 4-2 after 3 innings of play.  In front of a record crowd of 6,007, UofL starter Anthony Kidson got the win for the Cards to go 9-0 on the season after going 6 innings, giving up 9 hits, 4...Continue reading »

Photo – newsobserver.com A record 5,351 fans packed into Jim Patterson Stadium to watch the Louisville Cardinals battle back from a 3-1 deficit...Continue reading »

(Photo – Associated Press) The Cardinal Nine will continue their push towards another trip to the College World Series beginning tonight when they host Kennesaw State in the Louisville Super Regional at Jim Patterson Stadium. The best of three series between UofL (48-15) and KSU (40-22) will be aired on ESPNU and first pitch is set for 6:30 p.m. this evening. While...Continue reading »

Photo – @GoCards In the new era of power conferences and billion dollar television contracts, the amount of revenue college athletics bring in is...Continue reading »

Photo – AP September 14, 2013.   That was the last time Louisville had beaten UK in either baseball, basketball, football, or softball.  Ironically, that drought came to an end last night in a weather delayed and rain soaked regional final at Jim Patterson Stadium.  UofL defeated their arch rival 4-1 in what turned to be a very heated match-up as the benches...Continue reading »

Photo – timesunion.com Louisville (47-15) rode the arm of Anthony Kidston (8-0), who threw for 7 innings, giving up just 5 hits and 2 runs as UofL...Continue reading »

Photo – @ULFlyingCard The Cardinal Nine got the job done after a lengthy rain delay and late start at Jim Patterson Stadium, beating Kent State, 5-0.  UofL ace Kyle Funkhouser was dealing all night long, retiring 15 batters in a row at one point, while striking out 10.  He went 8 innings and gave up just four hits.  The Cards (46-15) will play Kansas (35-24)...Continue reading »

Photo – gocards.com Under head coach Dan McDonnell, the UofL baseball program has experienced more success than all of Louisville’s other coaches combined.  They are now annual participants in the NCAA Tournament and have hosted four regionals at Jim Patterson Stadium  in the past six years.  The Cards (45-15) start things off against Kent State (36-21)...Continue reading »