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LSL is back today at 6:00 talking all things UofL sports (and some Derby) on 93.9 The Ville.  We’ll preview the NFL Draft and predict the likely record number of draftees Louisville will have.  The guys will recap UofL baseball’s thrilling comeback over UK.  We’ll speak to’s Ed DeRosa about the post positions and how you could win some money at the track.  As always, we want you to be a part of the show, so hit us up at 815-0939 and on twitter @LvilleSprtsLive. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating:...Continue reading »

  Louisville lost arguably its top basketball prospect for the upcoming season in five-star guard Antonio Blakeney due to what some believe to have been coercion from Nike, who sponsored his AAU program, Each 1 Teach 1 (E1T1). Are they doing the same thing to another top Louisville target in top-40 wing prospect Maverick Rowan? Rowan, who is regarded as one of the best shooters and top wing prospects in the county, has been a hot topic for Louisville fans after talk surfaced that he may reclassify from the class of 2016 in order to...Continue reading »

In what could likely a scenario where the most UofL players could be drafted ever, eight Cardinals are listed in the latest mock draft.  The former Cards projected (and the round in which they are selected) are as follows: DeVante Parker – 1 James Sample – 3 John Miller – 3 Lorenzo Mauldin – 4 Jamon Brown – 4 Charles Gaines – 6 Gerod Holliman – 7 B.J. DuBose – 7 *Based on this mock draft, Holliman is projected to be taken late in the 7th round with the 244th pick.  That’s shocking...Continue reading »

Camp Russdiculous. Register Monday. Tune into @LvilleSprtsLive and @939TheVille for more details. @Sir_Saudade — Coach Barnett (@FOCUS_Bball) April 25, 2015 Coach Barnett held the first ever Gorgui Dieng this past weekend at Ballard High School and it was a major success.  Campers got to meet Gorgs and Luke Hancock on Friday and participated in the skills portion of the camp on Saturday and Sunday.  The same camp format will be available for Russ Smith from June 26-28th.  Registration opens up today at VN:F...Continue reading »

Spring Football is over and practice won’t begin again until August.  With that will come months of predictions and previews.  Joe Giglio of the Raleigh News & Observer compiled his early predictions and the Cards came in 4th in the Atlantic.  It will be interesting to see where Louisville is tabbed this preseason; the Cards have road games at Atlantic division foes Florida State and NC State.  Those two games could determine how high – or low – UofL finishes.  Not sure how accurate the “fence-building”...Continue reading »

While the league doesn’t appear to be ready to announce anything definitive about a network, they are expecting to elaborate on their new global initiative.  The movement would aim to bolster the league through competition overseas. Now here comes the ACC, stepping into the picture just as a largely unexploited new market beckons literally at its feet. At next month’s ACC spring meetings, commissioner John Swofford says the conference will continue conversations among its “very interested” university presidents and athletic directors...Continue reading »

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We know the shoe industry in college basketball AAU recruiting circles is shady.  You don’t have to be reminded that Antonio Blakeney decommitted from UofL just 11 days after he pledged to Pitino, then signed with a Nike school.  Blakeney’s AAU team – now top Louisville target Maverick Rowan’s team too – is in the news again after refusing to allow him to anwser any question about Louisville.  Does this kind of thing happen often?  I’m not sure, but the fact that it’s Nike’s E1T1 program certainly...Continue reading »

  With the 2015 NFL Draft less than a week away,’s Gregg Rosenthal took it upon himself to “re-draft” the 2014 QB class based on their rookie year performances, and former Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater, known for his fragile physical stature and embarrassingly poor pro day and nothing else, took the top spot. Rosenthal’s breakdown is as follows: Teddy Bridgewater has an old man’s game in the best way possible. He’s crafty and composed. He’s the pickup basketball player who doesn’t...Continue reading »

On this episode, the guys bring on The Courier-Journal’s Jeff Greer and’s Mike Hughes. Topics discussed: -The impact of Damion Lee -The depth chart and potential starters going into 2015-16 -Pitino’s remaining targets and the timeline for Maverick Rowan’s re-classification -A spring game recap and a closer look at the QB competition -Prospects who visited during the game and who you need to keep an eye on *You can listen to the podcast HERE *iPod/iPad users, or if you have any trouble accessing it,...Continue reading »