Bye week spread check: this Schnelly media guide cover by 53.
The cover for the ESPN The Magazine college basketball preview issue leaked today and revealed that the publication does not include Louisville in its top five. ESPN has Kentucky as its preseason No. 1, followed by Michigan State, Kansas, Duke and Arizona.
The U of L men's soccer team slipped to No. 11 in the country after last week's loss to Cincinnati, but they've still already locked up the top seed in the AAC Tournament.
The dumbest thing you'll ever hear starts at the 1:58 mark.
There was no Charlie Strong press conference this week since Louisville is off, but Strong did make his weekly appearance on the AAC coaches' teleconference, where he discussed the USF game, Nacho Garcia's injury and why Michael Dyer didn't see the field.
Although fans in New York aren't overly pleased with the news, former Cardinal Chris Smith says he earned his roster spot with the Knicks.
The UCF radio people were a tad excited when Teddy Bridgewater's Hail Mary fell to the ground a couple of weeks ago. Do not click if you're easily upset.
Five-star defensive tackle Matt Elam from John Hardin in Elizabethtown said Tuesday that his top three currently consists of Kentucky, Alabama and Notre Dame, but added that Louisville, Tennessee and Ohio State are still in the mix.
Matt Elam is not going to Louisville.
Louisville is converting on 3rd & 4-6 yards to go 85.19% of the time. The next best is LSU at 65.52%.— CoachesBTN (@CoachesBTN) October 29, 2013
Rick Pitino will appear on the SiriusXM show, "Basketball and Beyond with Coach K," Thursday night at 6 p.m. The show, hosted by Coach K (it's not just a clever name), can be heard on SiriusXM channel 91.
The U of L volleyball team stayed unbeaten with a sweep of Connecticut.
Best of luck to the five former Cards - Earl Clark (Cleveland), Francisco Garcia (Houston), Chris Smith (New York), Peyton Siva (Detroit) and Gorgui Dieng (Minnesota) - on NBA rosters as the 2013-14 season kicks off tonight.