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  The season ended a few days ago, but some of the Louisville basketball 2015-16 schedule is already known.  Here’s what we know so far: Non-Conference Home Games Grand Canyon, Kennesaw State, Western Kentucky Non-Conference Road Games ACC-Big Ten Challenge; opponent TBA, Kentucky ACC Home Games Duke, Georgia Tech, Pitt, Virginia (Home-and-Home), Boston College, Florida State, Syracuse, North Carolina, Wake Forest ACC Road Games Duke, Georgia Tech, Pitt, Virginia (Home-and-Home), Clemson, Miami, NC State, Notre Dame, Virginia Tech Other...Continue reading »

Louisville Sports Live hits the airwaves today at 6:00 on 93.9 The Ville as the guys wrap up the 2014-15 basketball season and discuss the departures and new arrivals for next season.  We’ll give you the latest on who Pitino and staff are targeting and offer up what we think the roster will look like.  Also, we’ll turn the page to football and give you an overview as to what’s been happening during spring practice.  We’ll be joined by Mike Hughes of insidetheville.com and Sonny Johnson, the HS coach of UofL recruiting...Continue reading »

Nobody in Louisville was surprised at Teddy’s success in his rookie year and the “experts” finally gave him his props as the 2014-15 year ended.  The NFL.com mentioned him as one of three players who are poised for a breakout season.  The analysts above took a look at Teddy’s last five games and were impressed at what he did – without Adrian Peterson. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)...

The football squad has been hard at it for a few days and the staff wants to see more players step up a seize their opportunities.  Here are a few blurbs from the practice fields…. *This is a crucial week for the offense. “We, as an offense need to develop this week,” McGee said. “We need to take a big jump forward with our progression on offense. We have some playmakers out there, but we need to put it all together.” The progression at the quarterback position has been an interesting battle with three players...Continue reading »

  After months of compiling data, UofL President Dr. James Ramsey said that the school is close to announcing its decision on whether or not to go ahead in expanding PJCS.  Based on his general comments, one can surmise that when the decision is announced, it’s likely to be a “yes.” “We’re very close on the stadium expansion. We’ll probably make a decision soon,” Ramsey said during a presentation to the directors of the University of Louisville Foundation. Ramsey’s off-hand remark about the football...Continue reading »

  Our friend Andrea Adelson penned this nice piece on JHC, giving us a look at how he is the midst of maturing as spring football hits full stride.  He is looking forward to getting back on the field and and moving past his mistakes he made a UGA.  He has a huge supporter in DC Todd Grantham, who coached him at Georgia. “It’s been a growing year for me,” Harvey-Clemons said in a recent phone interview. “I’ve been getting to know my teammates and getting to know the defense a lot better. I’m just excited for the...Continue reading »

  Like it or not, the college basketball recruiting circles are run by shoe companies – most notably Nike.  The Antonio Blakeney recruitment served as the best example as to how AAU organizations run things.  Blakeney committed to Louisville after saying he had known where he wanted to go for the “past three months.”  Just 11 days later he decommitted, saying that he rushed his decision.  Not sure how you can rush a decision if he had known where he wanted to go for months.  Anyway, 247Sports Recruiting Director...Continue reading »

  Louisville coach Rick Pitino addressed the media Monday afternoon for his season wrap-up press conference, and he sounded like a man who had something precious stolen from him. Speaking about Sunday afternoon’s heartbreaking overtime loss to Michigan State, Pitino was in no mood to give generic coach-speak, and he let his feelings be known. “I’m not going to mislead you and tell you that it doesn’t hurt,” he said. “Outside of the (1992 Elite Eight loss to Duke), I think this was probably the second...Continue reading »

Coach Pitino announced it earlier today and it was later confirmed by outside sources, Terry Rozier will turn pro. The 6’1 guard from Younstown, Ohio helped his cause with a solid NCAA showing, highlighted by a 17-point, 14-rebound performance against NC State.  Rozier closed out his sophomore year averaging 17.2 ppg and 5.5 rpg. It didn’t take long for University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino to confirm what we had been expecting – two players are leaving the program for the NBA. Pitino said on Monday during...Continue reading »

While the Elite 8 loss to Sparty was a heartbreaker, the 2014-15 campaign was a success.  The Cards finished at 27-9, 4th in the ACC, and gave their fans an exciting March run in the tournament.  As is generally the case with UofL basketball, this off-season figures to be rather newsworthy.  The ball got rolling today with Pitino announcing that Terry will turn pro and re-confirming that Trez is taking his talent to the NBA.  Who else will be brought in for the 2015 class?  Who will transfer?  Let’s take a look…. Returning...Continue reading »