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Photo – AP The speculation is over.  When Chane Behanan was suspended before the season, the entire city was abuzz about what had caused it.  Rumors were flying left and right; numerous stories started with “I heard that…”.   Those stories can now cease because Chane has come clean.  In an interview with the Bleacher Report’s Jason King, Behanan admitted that he smoked pot several times during the season.  He said he felt invincible and was even brazen enough to blaze up just blocks from the team’s...Continue reading »

Photo – USA TODAY *In a game that wasn’t as close as the final score, UofL notched its 20th victory of the season; the 12th straight season of at least 20 wins. *Louisville is now 20-4 overall and 9-2 in the league, trailing only 11-1 Cincinnati. *’Trez continued his AAC dominance, posting a career-high 22 points (with 10 rebounds) on 9-16 shooting.  Six of his field goals were dunks, one shy of Pervis Ellison’s single-game dunk record.  Harrell needs only two more dunks to break UofL’s single-season record...Continue reading »

If you had forgotten the intensity of Petrino and his staff during his first stint here, Coach Buckley will quickly remind you that they are here to do work.  On this episode, the guys chatted with UofL CB coach Terrell Buckley to get the latest on: (his interview begins at 1:26:45) -The staff’s transition to UofL -The connection he had that helped bring him to Louisville -What happens if something goes wrong during a drill in practice -What goes on during an official visit -How he makes his recruiting pitch; what he looks for in recruits ****Other...Continue reading »

While the excitement around Petrino’s return remains in full swing, spring practice is right around the corner.  Today, UofL announced the spring practice dates and times.  This year, the first practice will be held on Tuesday, March 18th at 4:00.  All practices will be open to the public. The spring game will be Friday night at 7:30 on Aprill 11th.   VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 9.0/10 (1 vote cast)...

Photo – Shaqquan Aaron – the headliner of Louisville’s 2014 class – was named the Seattle Metro League Player of the Year by the Seattle Times.  Tabbed as a 5-star prospect by 247Sports, the 6’7 Aaron averages 21 points, 8 rebounds, and 7 assists per game for Rainier Beach High School, who at 22-0, is ranked 4th nationally by USA TODAY.  Peyton Siva received this same honor in 2009.  Rainier Beach High School has produced UofL greats Siva and Terrence Williams. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating:...Continue reading »

  Vs     Opponent: Temple Owls Game Location: Liacouras Center -Philadelphia, PA. Tip Off: 6:00 p.m. Record: 6-16 (1-9) Head Coach: Fran Dunphy (8th Season) Conference: AAC TV: ESPN2 with Dave O’Brien and Doris Burke on the call Radio: 84-WHAS with Paul Rogers and Bob Valvano on the call Last Meeting: Temple 65, Louisville 62 — Louisville, Ky., March 19th, 2002 Series Record: Louisville trails 4-1;  1-1 all-time in Philadelphia Spread: Louisville – 10 Officials: Karl Hess, Ray Natili and Kevin Fehr Starting Line-ups Louisville Luke...Continue reading »

Photo – AP On this Valentine’s Day, it’s safe to say we love our Louisville basketball.  We’ve had to endure a nine-day hiatus, leaving us as anxious as ever to watch Cardinal hoops.  The Cards and Owls will tip-off tonight at 6:00. *Russ is struggling at the FT line “But now, I’m at a point where everything I do is so critiqued and it’s so judged that when I’m at the free-throw line and I have time to myself, I almost feel like I’m not even playing basketball. I feel like I’m in my room, dealing with...Continue reading »

(Photo – Jeff Robbins / Getty Images) The fine folks over at ESPN’s ACC football blog (Heather Dinich and Andrea Adelson) have officially added Louisville to their coverage, and there’s several note-worthy pieces up on their site today. Not only did they link an outstanding interview with a few fine, handsome gentlemen, they also posted a great one-on-one interview with Cardinal wide receiver Eli Rogers. Dinich caught up with Rogers to talk about the move to the ACC, the new coaching staff, the offense moving forward and...Continue reading »

(Photo – USA Today) Tonight’s nationally broadcasted game between Louisville and Temple has been officially postponed and will be played tomorrow evening (Friday), instead. The Philadelphia area was nailed with over a foot of snow last night and the two schools decided it would be in everyone’s best interest to move the game. Though UofL and Temple have not set a new tip-time, expect a formal announcement to come down later tonight (we’ll update the site once we get the final word). Temple is just 1-9 in league play...Continue reading »

Louisville senior guard Russ Smith has been named a finalist for the Senior Class Award. Smith is one of eight finalists for the award, given annually to NCAA Division I women’s and men’s basketball seniors who “have notable achievements in four areas of excellence — community, classroom, character, and competition.” The winners will be announced during the 2014 men’s basketball final four and women’s basketball final four. Below is Smith’s bio in each of the four categories. Classroom Smith...Continue reading »