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(Photo – Steve Dykes / US Presswire) Louisville coach Rick Pitino and his players met with the media today to preview the huge tilt with Kentucky tomorrow in the Sweet 16. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 10.0/10 (1 vote cast)...

(Photo – USA Today) On the eve of the biggest game in the history of ever (par deux), Luke Winn of Sports Illustrated has released his latest batch of always-entertaining Power Rankings and the Cards are ranked second behind only Florida. The majority of his breakdown on Louisville revolves around Russ Smith and his ability to score and wreak havoc in the open court. Obviously, against Kentucky, he’s going to have to do plenty more of that if UofL has any chance to advance into the Elite Eight. Louisville Cardinals...Continue reading »

Photo – AP It appears that yet another Pitino assistant will become a head coach very soon.  According to WECT-6 News, UofL Associate Head Coach Kevin Keatts will be named HC of UNC-Wilmington as early as today.  Cue the ‘Steve Massiello to UofL for a year’ rumors now. Louisville Associate Head Basketball Coach Kevin Keatts is expected to be named the next coach at UNCW as early as Thursday, according to a report by Frank Giardina out of West Virginia. An emergency meeting of the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees...Continue reading »

Russ Smith has added another major honor to his 2013-2014 All-American season, as the National Association of Basketball Coaches named the standout senior guard a Division I second team All-American on Wednesday (today). Earlier this month, Smith was named a first team All-American by The Sporting News and the U.S. Basketball Writers Association. He also collected All-America accolades from Sports Illustrated, NBC Sports, and The Bleacher Report. Below is the excerpt on Smith and you can read the entire article right here. LOUISVILLE, Ky....Continue reading »

The only show in town dedicated to talking solely UofL football, basketball, and recruiting is back tonight at 7:00 on ESPN 680/105.7 and  The guys will be discussing what the Cards need to do to beat UK and advance to the Elite 8.  You’re invited to be a part of the show to tell us what your winning gameplan would be.  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)...

  (Photo – With a new offense and a Coach that has a history for getting the ball to it’s Tight Ends, Gerald Christian looks to have a huge year in 2014. At Louisville, Petrino also developed professionals at tight end. Ronnie Ghent caught 34 passes for 421 yards and four scores in 2003 had a brief NFL career, while Gary Barnidge, who is still in the league with the Cleveland Browns, caught 31 passes for 511 yards and four touchdowns in 2006. However, Christian, a transfer from Florida, has the size and...Continue reading »

(Photo – ESPN’s ACC writer Heather Dinich has come out with her ACC way-too-early upset watch for 2014 ACC Football. Did the Cards make any of her early upset lists to look out for? Which team, if any, will produce the ACC’s most surprising upset in 2014?  Florida State and Clemson managed to get through last season without stumbling into any traps, as FSU went undefeated en route to the national title, and Clemson’s only two losses were to top-10 teams.  Will Louisville be able to derail the ACC’s heavyweights?...Continue reading »

Cal showing why it’s a “Player’s First” program Let’s be honest.  The vibe from the majority of CardNation hasn’t been very positive in regards to Louisville’s match-up with Kentucky.  To say that UK will have a size advantage would be a huge understatement.  They used that to their advantage when the two teams met in Lexington this past December.  UK dominated the Cards on the backboard and in the paint, overcoming an early 8-0 UofL lead to win their fifth meeting out of their last six against...Continue reading »

(Photo – The ACC tournament will be help at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn for 2017 and 2018, the USA TODAY Sports is reporting. The Barclays Center is expected to hold a news conference to announce the news on Wednesday. The ACC will play its conference tournament in Greensboro, N.C., in 2015 and Washington, D.C., in 2016.​ But after adding new members this season (Syracuse, Pittsburgh and Notre Dame), the ACC had been eyeing New York City. Coaches and school officials have been talking about the possibility for more...Continue reading »

Photo – AP Anthony Lee, a 6’9 PF from Temple will graduate in May and look to play another year elsewhere.  Today he cut his list of suitors and Louisville made the list.  The Cards should get a visit from the talented forward after the NCAA Tournament.  With Montrezl more than likely entering the NBA Draft after the season, UofL will have a starting spot open at the 4. Lee averaged 13.6 ppg and 8.6 rpg while often playing out of position due to Temple’s lack of depth. Temple transfer Anthony Lee told that he...Continue reading »

(Photo – Meet WR Coach Lamar Thomas. A veteran of the NFL for 8 years, Coach Thomas  is a University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame inductee , class of 2014. He is an important piece to an impressive Coaching staff Petrino has put together, not only for his NFL experience that High School players look for when sizing up a program as a potential destination, but Coach Thomas looks to be a key recruiter to the coveted Florida pipeline UofL looks to keep. To see the video interview with WR Coach Lamar Thomas, click –...Continue reading »

Photo – AP The rumors have been swirling about Kevin Ware’s future at Louisville.  Will he or won’t he be on the team next year?  This season started off with plans for Ware to be in the rotation, but when he was kicked in the leg he broke, he never played another minute.  He has applied for a medical redshirt that is all but certain to be granted, but there is some uncertainty if his career will continue with UofL.  The C-J’s Adam Himmelsbach spoke to Kevin’s mother to get the latest on the 6’5 swingman. Junior...Continue reading »

(Photo- Yahoo Sports) I think I classify as what some big blue fans might call “annoying.”  Hell even my wife would say it.  I’m the guy that always brings it hard in rivalry arguments, defending my team ’til the end.  This has obviously led to a big red bullseye on my head on mornings like today.  Every blue coworker and friend are giving me grief about having to play UK this Friday night.  It’s looking like it could be a long, uncertain week to say the least. So with that said, if I’m going to survive...Continue reading »