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  We typically try not to dedicate an entire post to something from another local site, but it’s raining outside today and I’m feeling real lazy. But perhaps more important than the fact that’s it’s raining and I’m lazy, is the superb insight provided by CL Brown and the Courier Journal on this great piece that examines life in The Pit...Continue reading »

Pitino has had high praise for soph Kevin Ware   ESPN’s college basketball team (I know, I know) is in the middle of a countdown of all the top 20 teams leading up to the start of the 2012-2013 season. The series is called Three Big Things and today they published their Louisville feature. It’s actually pretty well done, considering the source and this...Continue reading »

Will Marcus Lee be the next commitment for the Cards?   According to Jeff Borzello of CBS Sports, California big man Marcus Lee is down to just three schools and Louisville made the cut. Lee, fresh off his official visit to Louisville this weekend is now reportedly down to the Cards, Kentucky and California. No plans for an official announcement date have been set....Continue reading »

Wow. Just when you thought the Big East was safe with a new commissioner and brand new outlook, they get blind-sided again, this time losing a heavyweight. According to ESPN’s Brett McMurphy, Notre Dame will leave the Big East and join the ACC in all sports except football. A lot of fans across the conference have clamored for the Irish to either be all in or all...Continue reading »

  As UofL heads into week two of the college football season there are several things to keep an eye out for Saturday when the Cards take on Missouri St.   #1. Will the defense step up? Last week, while Louisville as a whole played very well, the one disappointing aspect of the game according to Charlie Strong was the defense. His main concern was how the team...Continue reading »

      Vs        Opponent: Missouri State Bears Record: 0-1 (lost opening game to Kansas State 51-9) Conference: Missouri Valley Head Coach: Terry Allen (7th season at MSU with a 25-42 record) Game Time: 3:30 p.m. at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium TV / Radio: WHAS and WHAS 84 (also on satellite channel 80) Broadcasters: Drew Denner and Doug James (TV)...Continue reading »

    LSL is excited to announce a partnership with Big Time Yurts, a local clothing company that brought you “Lexington Is For The Birds” shirts and the famous billboard.  Big Time Yurts, who is always ahead of the curve when it comes to knowing what UofL fans want, will be providing t-shirts for Louisville Sports Live to give away on air as BTY has made...Continue reading »

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For once, ESPN might have gotten something right. Over the last week the four letter network has counted down the top 50 college basketball programs of the last 50 years, and today Louisville checks in at #6 overall. Exactly right in my opinion. In fact, although they’ve been largely irrelevant over the last decade, I wouldn’t even really be mad if the Cards...Continue reading »

By this point, we’ve pretty much seen every major 2012 college football preseason prediction / poll. We’ve seen the Cards land as high as #14 in one particularly intelligent sports writer’s poll. And we’ve seen them not ranked in several and at #25 in the first official AP poll. But until today we hadn’t seen Louisville native and Yahoo Sports...Continue reading »

Yesterday, released bowl projections for each Big East team with postseason expectations. The projections are based off of BCS expert Jerry Palm’s computer formula in which he ranked every FBS team (the Cards came in at #29). The projection for Louisville will likely be received by fans with a lot of excitement and quite a bit of anxiety as well....Continue reading »

Without a doubt, the first priority for the Big East to improve their national image is to win their out-of-conference games against other teams from BCS leagues.  Teams from the Big East will have several chances to do just that in the 2012 season.  Here’s how LSL predicts it will go: Louisville: (2-0) Wins against Kentucky (SEC) and North Carolina (ACC) Cincinnati:...Continue reading »