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Here is a sampling of stories covering UofL’s thrilling upset win over No.2 Virginia…. *Improbable shot lifts Louisville Not to suggest the No. 2 Cavaliers shouldn’t learn from Saturday night’s 59-57 setback at No. 16 Louisville. They were a step slow defensively for the opening 10 minutes, unusually loose with the ball throughout and outrebounded for only the seventh time this season. Fail to correct those flaws moving forward and forget about a second consecutive ACC tournament championship and/or a Final Four run. But all...Continue reading »

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*If the first meeting between these two squads was a snoozefest, Saturday’s clash was anything but.  The 22, 788 fans who packed the Yum! were rowdy all game long and received a ton of praise from Coach P and the players after the game ended.  It was easily the best atmosphere of the season and it was punctuated by Mangok’s clutch shot. *Trez had another monster game – a double-double of 20 points and 12 rebounds.  He was the first player to score 20 points and have over 10 boards against UVa this season. *Terry didn’t...Continue reading »

The red and white are new pic.twitter.com/xejCLrxHWi @dcjames5 @_EthanMoore @Dreese18 @dezfitz8 — Phil Hecken (@PhilHecken) March 7, 2015 We are in the middle of ‘Junior Day’ at UofL as the coaching staff is hosting several top Junior recruiting targets on campus. Through several of the prospects’ tweets, we have seen a different design of the uniform.  There looks to be some silver around the numbers in addition to the Cardinal bird head on the pants, similar to one the Cards wore against Florida State. Your thoughts? VN:F...Continue reading »

You can never get enough UofL football – even in the middle of March Madness.  So, to get your fix, take some time to peruse the ACC Spring Football Prospectus.  It’s full of info, stats, and other goodies to hold you over until spring ball. #ACCFootball fans, get a sneak peek at the 2015 season with the Spring Prospectus: http://t.co/GQCuPwv2W7 pic.twitter.com/SJpeC1zHYd — ACC Football (@theACCfootball) March 5, 2015 VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 5.3/10 (3 votes cast)...

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On this episode, the guys spoke about the disappointing loss to Notre Dame and look ahead to the Virginia tilt and the ACC Tournament.  They also welcomed on JucoRecruiting.com’s Brad Winton and CBS Sports’ Bracketologist Jerry Palm.  With Brad: -The complete scouting report on JUCO standouts Mychal Mulder and Teyvon Myers -Who would be the best fit for Louisville -If/when they plan on visiting -How serious Louisville is in their recruiting efforts; will they offer? *You listen to the podcast hour #1 (with Brad Winton) HERE *iPod/iPad...Continue reading »

On this episode, the guys spoke about the disappointing loss to Notre Dame and look ahead to the Virginia tilt and the ACC Tournament.  They also welcomed on JucoRecruiting.com’s Brad Winton and CBS Sports’ Bracketologist Jerry Palm.  With Jerry: -A complete breakdown of Louisville’s seeding scenarios -How many teams the ACC will get in -Who the best conference is -An overview of the national landscape *You listen to the podcast hour #2 (Jerry Palm) HERE *iPod/iPad users, or if you have trouble accessing it, please listen...Continue reading »

The state of Kentucky may be under a state of emergency, but it’s not enough to keep LSL off the air.  Join us tonight at 6:00 as we discuss all things UofL athletics.  We’ll breakdown the troubling trend taking place when UofL plays really good teams and try to find a way for the Cards to overcome it.  We’ll talk bracketology with CBSSports.com’s Jerry Palm and take a look at JUCO hoops targets Mychal Mulder and Teyvon Myers with JUCORecruiting.com’s Brad Winton.  As always, we want you to be a part of the...Continue reading »

  Rick Pitino’s Louisville’s teams have always been renowned for their stingy, smothering defenses, but as this year’s squad has struggled mightily from the offensive end of the floor, the Hall-of-Fame coach said Tuesday afternoon he is on the lookout for knockdown shooters on the recruiting trail. This should come as a shock to no one who has seen Louisville play this season. As a team, the Cards are shooting just 30.9% from three-point range (299th in the country) and a less-than-impressive 43.1% overall (195th in...Continue reading »

Heading into Wednesday night, there are 10 games remaining in the ACC regular season.  There are 1,024 different combinations of ways those 10 games could turn out.  Fortunately, only 8 of the 10 games will impact Louisville’s seeding in the ACC Tournament.  The Wake Forest-Boston College game is completely meaningless for anyone’s seed, including those two teams.  They are already locked into the 11 and 12 seeds, respectively.  The Duke-Wake Forest game cannot impact anyone’s seed other than Duke and Notre Dame. With...Continue reading »

  Prior to Louisville’s grudge match vs. North Carolina in late January, Rick Pitino took it upon himself to let it be known that sophomore guard Terry Rozier would absolutely, positively not be returning for his junior season. Now, just over a month later, he is not so sure. During his Monday night radio show, Pitino announced that junior power forward Montrezl Harrell, as expected, would participate in senior day along with Wayne Blackshear, but Louisville’s other projected NBA pick, Terry Rozier, would not. “If he’s going...Continue reading »

He’s been steady throughout his UofL career, but he’s also been a lightening rod for criticism due to disappearing in games.  He’s been an outstanding student and model citizen while at Louisville, but often his sub-par play has overshadowed his stellar grades in the classroom.  And while we have posed this question several times, perhaps now we can ask it again, “Is Blackshear ready to become ‘Big Game Wayne’?” Over the last three games, he’s averaging 12.7 ppg and 5 boards while shooting...Continue reading »