On the show, the guys talked about a host of all things UofL sports related, including: -UofL baseball’s regional -Updates on UofL basketball and football recruiting -The 10 greatest college basketball programs of all-time -Behanan’s charge was dismissed; does that mean he’ll get drafted? -Russ and Chane working out for several NBA teams *iPod/iPad users, or if you have trouble accessing the podcast, please listen below: VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 7.8/10 (4 votes cast)...
(Chuck Cook – USA Today Sports) In what has to be the most fan-friendly ticket promotion in UofL’s history, the school announced today that they will be releasing a combo package in which fans can attend every single home ACC basketball game and every single football game (except Kentucky) for the affordable price of $500. Now, if you’ve ever dipped your toe into the season ticket arena, you know just how ridiculously expensive things can get – especially if you want quality seats. There’s no specification on...Continue reading »
LSL is back today at 6:00 on ESPN 680/105.7 and ESPNLouisville.com talking all things UofL sports. We will discuss UofL baseball’s regional, the latest going on with football and basketball recruiting, college basketball’s top 10 greatest programs of all-time, and the 10 most delusional fanbases. We want you to be a part of the show so hit us up at 267-9680 or tweet the show @LvilleSprtsLive. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)...
The ACC blog on ESPN has been busy each week listing games on their ultimate road trip content. Most every ACC team had been featured but Louisville was one of the few excluded. That drought ended today as ESPN.com’s Andrea Adelson named Louisville’s road game at Syracuse on October 3rd as one of two games on the ACC’s ultimate road trip for week six. The other match-up for week 6 that was highlighted is Virginia Tech at North Carolina. Week 6 schedule Friday, Oct. 3 Louisville at Syracuse, 7 p.m., ESPN Saturday,...Continue reading »
(Photo – Getty Images) Video surfaced last week of Russ Smith working out in Vegas and pulling off a rather Russdiculous dunk in front of various NBA personnel. He then went on to absolutely kill his group workout with the LA Clippers in which it was widely reported that he was, hands down, the best player in attendance. Slam Magazine then was able to catch up with Smith for a quick interview where they touched on a variety of topics including life after basketball, his decision to come back for his senior season and what areas he needs...Continue reading »
(Getty Images) In a positive turn of events that could ultimately help his draft stock, former beleaguered Louisville power forward Chane Behanan had his April 1st citation for marijuana possession dismissed yesterday in court. Behanan doesn’t have any further legal matters pending and is free to concentrate solely on working out for NBA teams. He’s completed his rehabbing at John Lucas’ facilities in Houston and has now moved to Chicago to live and train in between his final draft workouts. “It was a humbling experience,”...Continue reading »
Photo – AP Damian Copeland put up career numbers this past season, but it wasn’t enough for him to hear his named called during the NFL Draft. Instead, he received 16 free agent offers and opted to stay in his home state of Florida with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Copeland recently went through the rookie mini-camp and left it with more confidence heading into the summer. Copeland received praise from Jags head coach Gus Bradley for not being intimidated by Lee and Robinson in signing with Jacksonville. “I feel I’m...Continue reading »
Photo – USATI Reality probably won’t set in until July 1st (if not longer) that Louisville is a member of the ACC. The Cards were featured in CBSSports.com’s summer-long series “Conference Catch-Up” for the first time, and if the projections are accurate, UofL will be force in the league from the start. There’s been a lot of talk about the ACC becoming the best basketball conference in the history of the game, and on paper, that certainly appears to be the case. National Championships, Final Fours,...Continue reading »
Photo – AP It’s never too early to discuss bowl game projections or to talk college football in general even though the season is still three months away. With that said, ESPN.com released their “WayToo Early” bowl projections and UofL was slotted in the Sun Bowl against Arizona State by Brett McMurphy and in the St. Petersburg Bowl against UCF by Mark Schlabach. McMurphy: Military: North Carolina vs. UConn Russell Athletic: Clemson vs. Kansas State Duck Commander: Duke vs. Louisiana Tech BBVA: Georgia Tech vs. East...Continue reading »
Photo – gocards.com For the second straight year, UofL is one of just 16 schools that will be hosting a regional as the NCAA Baseball Tournament will get underway May 30th. The Cards will play Kent State, a CWS participant in 2012, on Friday at 6:00. Kansas and the dirty Cayuts of Kentucky round out the the double-elimination regional and will play each other at 2:00. Tickets are available, click here for more information. The Division I NCAA Selection Committee released the field of 64 teams for the 2014 NCAA Baseball Championship...Continue reading »
Photo – USATI Happy Memorial Day. We offer a heartfelt thank you to all the men and women who have lost their lives and who work to uphold the law and defend our freedom every day. *The C-J’s Jeff Greer analyzes why Russ Smith should be the next Louisville Legend to have his jersey retired. Like Smith, all four — Ellison, Griffith, Charlie Tyra and Wes Unseld — were consensus All-Americans. Only one other Cardinal, Clifford Rozier in 1994, attained such status. Like Smith, both Griffith (1980) and Pervis Ellison (1986) won...Continue reading »
Photo – AP Hopefully you’re enjoying the long holiday weekend while remembering all those who have served this great country. *Preseason magazines are being released this week and both Lindy’s and Sporting News predict Louisville to finish third in the Atlantic Division. *One of the top signees in the 2014 class – Sharieff Muhammad – will not be attending UofL. The one time LSU commit was notified on Friday that his commitment would no longer be accepted. It’s a good move by Louisville. The school...Continue reading »
On the show, the guys discuss: -Football and basketball recruiting with insidetheville.com’s Mike Hughes -The scouting report on the transfers from Georgia and Texas A&M -Who will be the odd man (or men) out at the QB position -When to expect more football commitments -The latest on the 2015 Pitino recruiting targets *You can listen to the podcast HERE *iPod/iPad users, or if have trouble accessing the podcast, please listen below: VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 5.5/10 (2 votes cast)...