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The two-game no-show in the Big East Tournament didn’t cost the Cards too much as they were still awarded a regional to host.   UofL will play Bowling Green on Friday at 6:00.  Miami and Oklahoma State will also join the Cards and the Falcons. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 10.0/10 (2 votes cast)...

If you’ve missed any LSL podcast from the month of May, click HERE to to get caught up.  Please remember our men and women in the armed forces and enjoy your Memorial Day.  As always, thank you for listening. Guests from this month include:’s national football recruiting analyst JC Shurburtt’s national college football insider Jeremy Fowler’s national basketball recruiting analyst Evan Daniels -Recent WR commit Isaiah Ford -UofL hoops prospect JaQuan Lyle’s Mike Hughes VN:F...Continue reading »

Siva continues to impress at his NBA workouts *Former UofL Associate and current Rutgers AD Julie Hermann faces tough questions The woman hired to clean up Rutgers’ scandal-scarred athletic program quit as Tennessee’s women’s volleyball coach 16 years ago after her players submitted a letter complaining she ruled through humiliation, fear and emotional abuse, The Star-Ledger reported Saturday night on its website. “The mental cruelty that we as a team have suffered is unbearable,” the players wrote about Julie Hermann, hired May 15 as Rutgers’...Continue reading »

The University of Louisville men’s basketball team is actively recruiting a bunch of prospects in the class of 2014 and according to Scoutsfocus’ Joe Davis, Rick Pitino is turning up the heat on 6’6, 170 lb forward Devin Robinson: Robinson, who plays for Christ Church School in Churchview, Virginia is currently listed as a 4-star small forward by The Cards already have a commitment from 6’8 small forward Shaqquan Aaron so it will be interesting to see how things materialize with Robinson over the next few months. Rick Pitino likely won’t...Continue reading »

photo –   UofL came out earlier this week and said that soon-to-be All-American Teddy Bridgewater didn’t want the school to promote him for college football’s most prestigious award, the Heisman Trophy.  In typical Teddy fashion, he wanted the 2013 season to be about the team, not #5.  While that may be what he wanted, the exact opposite is happening as national outlets are marveling at the idea of him being so humble.  Sporting News came out with an interesting angle while managing to downplay Louisville’s Sugar Bowl win as Matt...Continue reading »

On this program, the guys brought on 5-star stud JaQuan Lyle for an update on his recruitment and’s Mike Hughes for the latest on UofL football and basketball recruiting.  For daily updates, follow us on twitter @LvilleSprtsLive. With JaQuan: -he gave us his updated list of schools and decision timeline -how he sees himself fitting into Louisville’s program -the recruiting angle Coach Pitino is taking -what he loved about UofL during his visits With Mike: -an update on Oklahoma State transfer Wes Lunt; timeline and visit date -UofL football...Continue reading »

In exactly 100 days, the 2013 Sugar Bowl Champions will once again step foot on the gridiron. A near-unanimous preseason top 10 pick, the Louisville Cardinals will start the 2013 season with arguably the most talented and hyped team in the program’s history. The hype really began after underdog Louisville took the field against heavily favored Florida in New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl, and starting with the first 10 seconds of play, absolutely throttled the Gators. It was Cardinal domination from start to finish, and Florida coach Will Muschamp can lie all he wants...Continue reading »

Terry Rozier is the crown jewel of Louisville’s class   It appears that Louisville, for the second time in three years, will have another top-10 recruiting class. The Cards’ 2013 haul includes Terry Rozier, Chris Jones, Anton Gill and Akoy Agaua and finished 8th overall according to’s final team rankings. Not surprisingly, Kentucky once again holds the top spot, followed by Kansas, Duke, Arizona, Memphis, Indiana, Florida, LSU and Marquette. Rozier’s final ranking of 15 makes him the highest rated recruit to commit to Louisville...Continue reading »

Watching this video hurts…..we’ve all been there.   We’ve all been there. And most of us have embodied all kinds of various reactions after our team loses a big game. Depression, anger, hostility, utter disbelief – a full range of emotions flood through your body as you stare in disbelief while the other team and its fans celebrate. There’s really no worse feeling in the world. Maybe when your dog dies…..maybe. But that’s even pushing it. The fine folks at Grantland just released a piece that brilliantly sums up these varying...Continue reading »

  One year after participating in the U-18 world championships for Team USA, Louisville sophomore-to-be Montrezl Harrell has once again accepted an invitation to the training camp trials in Colorado Springs, June 14-19th. Along with Harrell, 23 other elite high school or college players (19 years old or younger) will attend camp before the field is cut in half down to the final 12 roster spots. The final roster will then travel to Washington DC and the Czech Republic before ultimately competing in the FIBA World Championships from June 27th-July 7th. Harrell was...Continue reading »