Scroll to Top

  Vs    Opponent: Houston Cougars Game Location: FedEx Forum – Memphis, TN. Tip Off: 7:00 p.m. Record: 17-15 (8-10) Head Coach: James Dickey (Fourth Season) Conference: AAC TV: ESPNU with Doris Burke and Dave O’Brien on the call Radio: 84-WHAS with Paul Rogers and Doug Ormay on the call Last Meeting: Louisville 77, Houston 62 — Houston, Tx, Feb 5, 2014 Series Record: Louisville leads 15-5 Spread: Louisville – 18.5 Officials: John Higgins, Mark Whitehead and Gerry Pollard Starting Line-ups Louisville Luke Hancock — F  ...Continue reading »

(Photo – Kathy Willens / AP) I couldn’t help but watch yesterday’s games in the American Athletic Conference Tournament and yearn for the old days of the Big East. The crowds were sparse and, quite frankly, there wasn’t any energy in the FedEx Forum until hometown Memphis took the floor at roughly 9:30 p.m. Even the announcers – Mike Patrick and Tim Welsh on one team and Dave O’Brien and Doris Burke on the other – left something to be desired. After all, nothing beats the ball-busting trio of Sean...Continue reading »

Photo – @American_MBB *It was a beatdown from the beginning as the Cards swarmed Rutgers with defense, forcing turnovers and turning them into easy baskets. *UofL held the Scarlet Knights to a season-low 31 points.  RU shot 24% from the floor, made just 12 field goals, and turned the ball over 26 times. *Five Cardinals scored in double figures; Jones had 18, Russ 16, Rozier 14, and Hancock and Harrell had 13 each. *Russ and Chris combined for 34 points, 9 assists, and 8 steals. *SVT didn’t score, but grabbed 10 boards and 4 steals. *UofL...Continue reading »

     Vs        Opponent: Rutgers Scarlet Knights Game Location: FedEx Forum – Memphis, Tn. Tip Off:  3:00 pm (or 20 minutes after the conclusion of the first game) Record: 12-20 (5-13) Head Coach: Eddie Jordan (1st Season) Conference: AAC TV: ESPNU with Dave O’Brien and Doris Burke on the call Radio: 84-WHAS with Paul Rogers & Doug Ormay on the call Last Meeting: Louisville 102, Rutgers 54 – February 16th, 2014 Series History: Louisville leads 12-1 Spread: Louisville – 17 Officials: Mark Whitehead,...Continue reading »

Photo – @UofLFootball Coach Petrino will be roaming the sidelines at UofL in an official capacity once again next Tuesday as spring practice gets underway.  With that said, Sporting News’ lead college football writer Matt Hayes thinks that Petrino will be successful at UofL – again – in relatively short order, even with the move to the ACC. Petrino had Arkansas in the top five — and primed for a run at a national title — before he ran his career into a ditch with some poor off-field decisions. Think about that...Continue reading »

(Anas Osama Mahmoud; Photo – Joshua C. Cruey/Orlando Sentinel) Louisville’s most recent addition to the 2014 recruiting class, 7-1 Egyptian-born PF/C Anas Osama Mahmoud, gives the Cards’ six-man 2014 recruiting class an average height of 6-9.5. Along with Mahmoud, donning Louisville uniforms next season will be 7-2 center Matz Stockman, 6-10 center Chinanu Onuaku, 6-9 PF Jaylen Johnson, 6-8 SF Shaqquan Aaron and 6-1.5 PG Quentin Snider. It may make some fans scratch their heads as to why coach Rick Pitino is stacking his...Continue reading »

(Photo – Kevin Cox / Getty Images) Today’s the day. Not that I didn’t enjoy watching some of the smaller conference’s do their thing, but let’s be honest, the real madness starts now. While schools from the MAAC, Big South, OVC, Ivy, Atlantic Sun, West Coast, Southern and Colonial have all punched their tickets, the big boys from the AAC, ACC, Pac-12, Mountain West, Big East, Big 12 and SEC all begin their respective Tournaments today. To get you ready for the action in the AAC, here’s a couple of previews...Continue reading »

(Photo – Wayne Litmer / Max Preps) For the second straight season the Ballard Bruins will come up short of their ultimate goal: a Kentucky state championship. One year ago the Bruins made it to the Sweet-16 title game only to lose a heart-breaker to Madison Central, 65-64. However, this time the state’s #1 team couldn’t get out of its own Region. In another tough match-up with Trinity, Ballard just didn’t have enough and fell 58-55, as Louisville head coach Rick Pitino looked on from the stands. Pitino, of course, had...Continue reading »

On this episode of LSL, we get the latest Bracketology update from’s Jerry Palm (interview starts at 27:30)and an update on the Cards from the Courier-Journal’s UofL Beat Writer Jeff Greer (interview starts at (1:13:00). With Jerry: *The best and worst case scenario for Louisville’s NCAA seeding *Is a 1 seed totally put of the picture? *Predictions on how the AAC teams will fare *His Final Four and other predictions on the ‘Big Dance’ With Jeff: *Summary of Coach Pitino’s presser *The outlook...Continue reading »

Future Louisville Cardinal Chinanu Onuaku led his team to the Maryland Private School State Championship with a 71-66 victory over Clinton Christian. Onuaku finished the game with 13 points and 11 rebounds. Onuaku also hit 7 of 8 free throws en route to winning most valuable player honors and helping Riverdale Baptist defeat Clinton Christian for the third time in four meetings this season. Below are video highlights of Onuaku’s performance.   VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 10.0/10 (1 vote cast)...

(Photo – Michael Dwyer / AP) The accolades continue to pour in for the University of Louisville and its players. Just one day after senior combo guard Russ Smith was named a 1st Team All-American by several different publications, he and teammate Montrezl Harrell were both named to the American Athletic Conference’s All 1st Team. Joining Harrell and Smith were Uconn’s Shabazz Napier, Cincinnati’s Sean Kilpatrick and Rutgers’ Nic Moore. Additionally, freshman Terry Rozier received the honor of being named to the...Continue reading »

The only sports talk show in town dedicated to talking solely UofL football, basketball, and recruiting is tonight at 7 on ESPN 680/105.7 and  We’ll welcome on’s Bracketologist Jerry Palm to talk all things NCAA tournament.  We’ll breakdown the AAC tourney and analyze UofL’s seeding position for the Big Dance.  The C-J’s Jeff Greer will stop by as well to give us the scoop on the Cards as they get set to depart from Memphis.  As always, we want you to be a part of the show,...Continue reading »

Photo – AP Louisville went 23-3 over the last two seasons, but a several of the guys responsible for that mark are now off to the NFL.  Coach Petrino and staff will start next week looking for players to step up in their absence.  The position battle that will be the most watched will be under center where Will Gardner is the favorite to take over for Teddy.  Petrino also mentioned the need to bolster the depth on the D-Line and at the safety possession.  Heading into the ACC,’s Andrea Adelson detailed the upcoming...Continue reading »