Tia Gibbs scored 19 points to help Louisville secure its 15th straight win -- tying the program's record for longest winning streak -- a 79-59 victory over South Florida on Sunday. The 22-1 Cards are now listed as a No. 1 seed on the latest Bracketology from ESPN.
Tremendous effort and execution by @Brett_Elswick21
JUCO offensive lineman Quincy McKinney is officially committed to Louisville.
DeSean Blair, who is still listed as a "soft" U of L commit, says he'll pick between the Cards, Nebraska and Missouri on Wednesday. Isaiah Ford will also be announcing his decision on Wednesday.
A girl at the Back Door name dropped @CardChronicle to try to convince Dave and I to participate in group sex with her and her boyfriend.— Kay (@kay_kay____) February 2, 2014
Apparently it didn't work, which makes me feel both relieved and embarrassed. Mostly relieved, though...but also embarrassed.
Ivan Rabb, a class of 2015 power forward ranked in the top five by just about every scouting service in the country, has Louisville in his initial list of 12 schools.
Couldn't be better publicity for our Signing Day party Wednesday.
U of L closer Nick Burdi has been named a first team preseason All-American by Baseball America.
Predictably, the news about Shaq Jones flipping his commitment from Louisville to Georgia is being played in Macon as the Dogs snatching a recruit away from former defensive coordinator Todd Grantham.
Russ Smith was named to the AAC's Weekly Honor Roll.
Louisville is a six seed playing Stanford in the first (or second, whatever...so stupid) round of NBC's latest Bracketology. I seem to remember that scenario not working out too well for the Cardinal a few years ago.
Another congrats to the big guy.
It kind of got lost in the shuffle over the weekend, but Prudat's photo gallery from the UCF game is definitely one of the best yet. Some terrific Pitino shots near the end.
The Cards are on the outside looking in of the latest college hoops power rankings from SB Nation.
Top markets for Cuse-Duke: Greensboro (13.1), Raleigh-Durham (11.4), Louisville (7.8), Richmond (7.2), Greenville (6.9)— Mike Humes (@MikeHumesESPN) February 3, 2014
That's a fairly athletic play.
Louisville is still a six seed in the latest installment of Bracketology over at CBS.
There are so many worse things that could be attached to the phrase "as seen on Card Chronicle." Mascot sodomy is one of those.
People don't forget.
And finally, Bobby Petrino appeared on WDRB News in the Morning this, uh, morning. And, uh, WDRB has the video and transcript.
There was an easier way to navigate that blurb but I did not want to look for it.