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On the show, the guys talked about a host of all things UofL sports related. -UofL baseball’s CWS appearance -UofL accepting “second chance” players -James Quick’s citation -Updates on UofL basketball recruiting with’s Evan Daniels *The impact players from the 2014 class *Who could be the first commits for 2015 *The visit of Adel and Crawford *Who Pitino and staff will be watching this summer -Louisville and ACC football talk with Athlon Sports’ Steven Lassan *Where UofL is projected to finish *The...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  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 chance” players.  In the second hour, we’ll get a UofL hoops recruiting updated from’s National Recruiting Director Evan Daniels and talk some...Continue reading »

Photo – One of the obvious advantages of Louisville’s move to the ACC was the schedule upgrade.  Per the ACC’s scheduling agrrement with the Fighting Irish, the Cards will play Notre Dame once every three years, and that is sure to give UofL an out-of-conference schedule boost.  Next year, Louisville will play Auburn in Atlanta and welcome in Houston, giving the Cards another formidable schedule in 2015.  A former LSL radio guest and columnist for The Oklahoman, Berry Tramel ranked every team’s non-conference...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 started on Saturday.  Here’s a look at the opening round schedule in this double elimination format. Saturday, June 14 UC-Irvine vs. Texas Louisville vs. Vanderbilt Sunday June 15 Texas Tech vs. TCU Virginia vs. Mississippi   VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)...

  (Photo — 247 Sports) Louisville received its third commitment for the class of 2015 as Hiram, Georgia linebacker Jonathan Greenard gave his pledge to the Cards yesterday. The 6-4, 220 pound Greenard knew he wanted to go to Louisville before he attended the Cards camp on Sunday and the visit this weekend simply sealed the deal. Greenard, a three-star recruit, is rated as the #83 outside linebacker nationally by 247 Sports and the 110th best prospect in Georgia. His offer sheet included Kentucky, Miami (Ohio), Middle Tennessee State,...Continue reading »

Former University of Louisville sacks leader Marcus Smith has signed a four-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles. Smith was one of three Cards, along with Teddy Bridgewater and Calvin Pryor, selected in the first-round, going 19th overall. It took a while for the two sides to reach an agreement but that was due to figuring out the money for the fifth year, which is a team option for first-round draft selections under the NFL’s new collective bargaining agreement. Here’s the full blog post from the Philadelphia Inquirer. The...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 Regional.  The entire CWS bracket will be finalized tonight because there are three elimination games left to be played.  However, the Cards’ half of the bracket is set,...Continue reading »

Photo – 247sports *So much for a quiet offseason.  WR James Quick was cited for possession of marijuana (along with UK’s Jason Hatcher) and drug paraphernalia last month. The report says both Hatcher and Quick were compliant with U of L police officers when they asked to search the apartment. Officers also noted jars in the apartment with marijuana buds and roaches. Quick and Hatcher, both 19, have court dates set for this summer. Hatcher’s is June 23; Quick’s is July 7. Possession of marijuana and possession of drug...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 runs, and striking out 7.  At the plate, Louisville (50-15) got a boost from – you guessed it – Nick Solak, who blasted a two-run shot to left field to put the Cards...Continue reading »

Photo – A record 5,351 fans packed into Jim Patterson Stadium to watch the Louisville Cardinals battle back from a 3-1 deficit to defeat Kennesaw State, 5-3.  Catcher Kyle Gibson put down a perfect squeeze bunt to tie the game, while freshman Nick Solak continued his clutch play, coming through with the go-ahead two-run double en route to a 3-5, 3 RBI performance.  Pitcher Kyle Funkhouser went 7 innings, giving up just 3 hits, 3 runs (1 unearned), while striking out 7.  With a win tonight, UofL (49-15) would advance...Continue reading »

(Photo – Andy Lyons/Getty Images) **NOTE: all lineup comparison stats below are courtesy of, last updated 3/13/14** Out of every Louisville basketball lineup in the 2013-14 season that played over 100 possessions together by the middle of March 2014, the most valuable lineup featured a backcourt of Russ Smith, who has departed, and soon-to-be sophomore Terry Rozier. While Smith and junior Chris Jones played the majority of minutes, the team was statistically better when Rozier, and not Jones, was on the court....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 Dan McDonnell is searching for his third trip to the CWS since taking the Louisville job in 2007, Kennesaw State’s Mike Sansing is leading his club into its first Super...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 tracked  closer than ever.  In the latest findings from USA TODAY, Louisville ranks 18th nationally, bringing in $96,193,330.  That figure is first in the ACC, as Florida State is the next school in that conference at 24th.  There are six items that are tallied to get the final total; ticket sales, contributions, licensing, student fees, school funds, and other.  UofL’s $96.1 million...Continue reading »