Scroll to Top

Photo – Kelly Kline The C-J’s Steve Jones caught up Quentin Snider and asked him about his decision to decommit from Illinois and sign with Louisville.  The 6’1 point guard from Ballard was candid with his answers and offered a lot of insight of what went on in the days leading up to his return to the hometown team. What was last week like for you and making a change to Louisville? It was a big change. Illinois did a real great job of recruiting me. Their head coach and the staff, it was good, but my heart was still at Louisville....Continue reading »

  On this episode, LSL brings on Mike Hughes to discuss the latest goings on in UofL sports; Ware’s situation, Matz Stockman’s signing, future hoops recruiting targets, and the football team’s offensive woes.  Follow LSL on twitter @LvilleSprtsLive. With Mike: -the fallout from Ware’s traffic troubles; will there be more problems ahead? -scouting report on new signee Matz Stockman -why the offense needs to be run through Teddy’s arm, not on the ground -the early dominance from the basketball team *Listen to the...Continue reading »

Pitino speaks about his new commitment at the 5:36 mark. The 7’2 240 lb big man’s commitment and signing came as shock to CardNation yesterday morning.  Matz (pronounced Motts) Stockman became the fifth member in Louisville’s 2014 Top 10 class and Coach P is excited about his future in the program.  Currently, there is little video of him and he hasn’t been rated by any of the national recruiting sites, but that will soon change.  His team will be in Connecticut this weekend playing in a Prep Showcase and 247Sports’...Continue reading »

The only show in town dedicated to talking solely UofL football, basketball, and recruiting is tonight at 6:00 on ESPN 680 and ESPNLouisville.com.  The guys will discuss how impressive the basketball team looks as well how lackluster the football team’s offense is.  Mike Hughes, publisher of insidetheville.com will join us to give us the scoop on the surprise commitment of 7’2 Matz Stockman and his thoughts on various subjects like Watson’s play calling and Ware’s ‘car-gate’.  We’ll analyze what...Continue reading »

Photo – AP Kevin Ware is a man who has been in the news – a lot.  From his horrific injury to recovery; his exhibition debut to his first official game back, Ware is a household name in every sports fans’ family.  But unlike the feel-good national headlines he had been getting, his traffic mishap is bringing a ton of negative press to UofL.  Getting a speeding ticket isn’t a huge deal.  Chances are you, like I, have gotten one as well.  However, if you don’t use good judgement and drive 40 MPH over the speed...Continue reading »

Photo – AP *Louisville won its 20th straight dating back to February 14th as the Cards beat Hartford, 87-48. *The Cards got out to a quick 20-8 lead and never looked back en route to beating Hartford. *Russ and Chris attacked the basket early and often, combining for 25 points and 6 assists. *Kevin Ware checked into the game early in the first half and played at full speed, scoring 4 points. *Behanan totaled 11 points and 4 boards. *UofL out-rebounded the Hawks, 35-29. *The Cards shot 50% from the field, 39% from 3, and 69% from the...Continue reading »

(Photo – USA Today)   In case you’ve been living under a rock for the last 24 hours, Louisville junior guard Kevin Ware skipped out on a court date this past Monday (it’s since been rescheduled for next Monday) after being cited for speeding and reckless driving on October 2nd. Ware had borrowed a friend’s car and was clocked going 95 in a 55 mph zone. Yesterday afternoon, during his pregame press conference, head coach Rick Pitino was caught off guard with a closing question about Ware missing his court date and...Continue reading »

     Vs       Opponent: Hartford Hawks Game Location: KFC Yum! Center – Louisville, Ky. Tip Off: 7:07 pm Record: 2-2 Head Coach: John Gallagher (4th Season) Conference: AEC (American East Conference) TV: WHAS-11 & ESPN3 with Drew Deener & Bob Valvano on the call Radio: 84-WHAS with Paul Rogers & Doug Ormay on the call Last Meeting: November 17th, 2007 – Louisville won 104-69 Spread: Louisville – 27 Officials: Joe DeRosa, Ron Groover, Kevin Fehr Starting Line-ups Louisville Russ Smith – G    6’0, 175 lbs Chris...Continue reading »

(Photo – Adidas / Canarias)   I mean…..you talk about out of nowhere. When Rick Pitino finally announced his 2014 recruiting class last Thursday (after the late addition of Ballard star Quentin Snider) he hinted that perhaps the class wasn’t finished and that it was possible to see the team bring in one last piece to the puzzle. Most people around the situation thought that player was going to be 6’11, Wichita (KS) center, Bakary Konate, who visited Louisville two weeks ago. However, in a complete stunner, the...Continue reading »

(Photo – USA Today)   As Louisville fans bickered amongst themselves whether the offense needed fixing or not after the Houston win, what may have slid under the radar Saturday night was that for the third straight game, Louisville running back Michael Dyer did not carry the football. While he did see time at kick returner, he was not once present in the Cards backfield. His journey from SEC superstar to off-the-field problem child to Louisville’s 3rd string running back has gone from one of the hottest preseason story lines...Continue reading »