(Photo – ESPN) Yesterday we linked up a story from ESPN bloggers Myron Medcalf and Eamonn Brennan that listed (in their opinion) the top 10 players to ever play under Rick Pitino. Last night ESPN’s Andy Katz pumped out some more stories on Pitino including his list of Pitino’s career defining moments, comments from ex-players and how he shaped their careers as well as the depth of his incredible coaching tree. It still blows my mind that people wanted this man gone from Louisville as recently as a year-and-half ago....Continue reading »
(Photo – Balmer Sun) When Louisville locked up JaQuan Lyle, Quentin Snider and Shaqquan Aaron, the staff immediately shifted their focus to the frontcourt in an attempt to round out what looked to be another top-10 recruiting class. Some things have since changed as Snider decommitted, but Rick Pitino and his assistants are still putting the full-court press on a group of talented big men. Trey Lyles, a 5-star power forward from Indianapolis visited Louisville this past weekend and 5-star center Cliff Alexander stated last month...Continue reading »
On this episode, we talked to the fans about the weekend that was. Several topics were discussed, including: -Ohio game review -What the Cards need to improve on -The problems of computer rankings -How long does Teddy need to play? -Any road bumps on the schedule? Listen to the podcast HERE *iPod/iPad users, or if you have any trouble listening to the podcast, you can listen below: VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)...
(Photo – Will Graves / AP) Louisville head coach Rick Pitino is on his way to the Naismith basketball hall of fame this weekend and lots of national writers have been singing his praises and congratulating him on the huge accomplishment. ESPN’s Myron Medcalf and Eamonn Brennan are the latest to do so by comprising a list of his top 10 college players (of all time). By team, there are 3 Louisville players, 6 Kentucky players and 1 Providence player. Hard to really argue with the list, though, it should be noted, the entire...Continue reading »
LSL is back today at 6:00 on ESPN 680 and ESPNLouisville.com talking all things UofL football, basketball, and recruiting. We will be joined by insidetheville.com’s Mike Hughes to break down the Ohio win and look ahead to any potential road bumps in the Cards’ schedule as well as getting the latest on the visits from big men Trey Lyles and Chinanu Onuaku. As always, we’d like you to be apart of the show. Hit us up at 267-960 and tweet us @LvilleSprtsLive. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)...
(Photo – AP) During the 2013 offseason, the Louisville Cardinals made a significant late addition when Charlie Strong decided to bring in former Auburn running back Michael Dyer. While the late pick up stirred up a fair amount of controversy, it also arose the question of how the carries would be distributed amongst alike amongst a deep running back corps that already fielded four players capable of playing big minutes. Now, in an unfortunate turn of events after the Cards throttled visiting Ohio 49-7, the carries will now be divided...Continue reading »
(Photo — thebiglead.com) After a dominant 49-7 performance against the Ohio Bobcats, the Louisville football Cards moved up one spot to #8 in the AP and USA Today Coaches polls. The Cards trail Alabama, Oregon, Ohio State, Clemson, Stanford, South Carolina, and Texas A&M. LSU (#9) and Florida State (#10) round out the AP top 10. In the coaches poll, the Cards are ranked ahead of Florida (#9) and Florida State (#10). Here are the complete rankings: AP Top 25 RK TEAM RECORD PTS 1 Alabama (58) 1-0 1497 2 Oregon 1-0 1355 3 Ohio...Continue reading »