At least three times a week. Always orange.
It's still a bit too early to completely hone in on the Kansas State game, but the sad fact of the matter is that with no news (outside of C.J. Peake's departure) coming out of the Trager Center, and with the contest freshest in our minds being a throttling of an FCS school that did little to further illuminate this team's strengths and weaknesses, there really isn't a whole hell of a lot to talk about.
And yet, we press on.
Rick Pitino is in the process of sending class of 2010 recruit Tobias Harris a very strong message by paying the young man a personal visit at his home in Long Island.
"Coach Rick Pitino showed that his recruiting efforts were not all talk by visiting Lutheran High School to watch Tobias for a two hour workout after school today," Torrel Harris, Sr. told the NBE Basketball Report.
"Tobias told me he was very happy to see coach Pitino's interest in him and felt that it really meant something that he choose to be there rather than sending an assistant coach," Mr. Harris said.
Harris was among those who visited U of L over Labor Day weekend. The 6-foot-7, 220 lbs. forward is currently rated as the 33rd best player in the class of '10 by Rivals.com.
Tickets are now available for the Louisville/Western Kentucky basketball game, which will be played on Nov. 30 in Nashville. Lower level seats are 35 bones, while sitting in the upper level will set you back just $20.
This guy is letting the world know about Louisville running back Nick Anderson's breakout performance last weekend. It's short for Victor, apparently.
Most of you probably remember Delbert Alvarado as the South Florida kicker who missed five field goals by a grand total of seven miles in last year's Auburn game. Well, after getting off to a 1-for-4 start in 2008, it appears that Alvarado has finally gotten the boot from Jim Leavitt and freshman Maikon Bonani (Irish?) will handle the kicking duties against Kansas tomorrow night.
This is why you always have a budding rap career on the backburner.
The folks at TulsaWorld.com would like to hear Steve Kragthorpe admit that he was nuts to leave TU for Louisville.
An intern at The Big Lead would like to know how this recent history of sucking came to fruition.
Mario Urrutia may have been relegated to the Bengals' practice squad, but he's all over the world of video game tutorials.
And lastly, I'd like to take a moment and let everyone know that due to the birthday shopping aptitude of an older, more successful, far less attractive brother, I am now the proud owner of a Shreveport-Bossier City BattleWings fleece pullover.
It's my Red Rider BB gun.