There's also video of Queen Bey (Is that right? I don't know, I'm still bitter she kicked Latavia out of Destiny's Child) saying she likes the L right here.
Everything you own in a box to Levitch.
U of L SID Kenny Klein tweeted last night that Rick Pitino has a new horse with famed trainer Nick Zito, and that its name is "Megatrez." This ruins the dream of "Horsel," but I'm still good with it as long as this horse is an absolute monster.
If this horse wins the Derby and Tom Durkin doesn't drop a "and just like that, in the blink of an eye" call down the stretch, then he will be hunted down and pointed at angrily by a team-specific college sports blogger.
Mike DeCourcy talks Russ Smith in his latest Sporting News mailbag.
3. Louisville's Russ Smith has been more of a distributor this season, with an assists average above 4 for the first time in his career. Will that change once conference play hits?
DeCourcy: The assist numbers might decline in league play because the competition will intensify and there might not be as many 113-74 scores. But I would expect him still to lead the team because he is being used differently than in the past, and because he is determined to demonstrate to professional scouts that he can be a successful playmaker.
He recognizes that it will be difficult to be taken seriously at the NBA level as a score-first guard at his size, with his marginal 3-point shooting ability. Because of his quickness, athleticism and strength, however, there is room for him in the league as a third guard or backup point-presuming he shows he can initiate offense successfully.
Chris Jones, the junior college transfer, has demonstrated far greater comfort as a scorer than a playmaker. He has more than four field goal attempts for every assist this season. With Smith, the ratio is closer to 3-to-1.
There will be times when Smith returns to scoring because it's necessary. But he is a more mature player. He needs a new nickname, or at least for it to be applied differently. Russdiculous needs to be more of a compliment.
The honors continue to pile up for Marcus Smith, who has been named a Walter Camp second team All-American.
CBS says Louisville will be fine without Chris Jones...as long as he's back for the Kentucky game.
Multiple sources tell me Teddy Bridgewater has contemplated returning to school. No decision has been made at this point
— John Middlekauff (@JohnMiddlekauff) December 13, 2013
My sources also tell me that Teddy has made the decision to answer questions regarding his future by saying that he's not thinking about it until after the bowl game.
More on this breaking news as it evolves over the next 15 days.
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Calvin Pryor and Marcus Smith are both Athlon All-Americans.
Where have you gone, Titus Teague? Card Nation turns its lonely eyes to you.
GoCards.com previews the seventh-ranked women's team's game against Austin Peay tomorrow.
Charlie Strong, Louisville
Devil rating: 6.0. Comment: Strong's buyout is $5 million if he leaves Louisville in 2013, but Texas can write that check. Strong could have jumped to Tennessee last year but didn't and he has an AD, Tom Jurich, who is willing to bid to keep Strong. He's in a good situation at Louisville. Doesn't mean he wouldn't kill it in Austin.
Everyone in the country thinks Louisville is cool.
Louisville Sports Live gives an update on former Cards in the NBA.
Louisville men's basketball "White Out" game is Jan. 9 vs Memphis, "Wear Red for the Seniors" is March 8 vs UConn in KFC Yum! Center #L1C4
— Kenny Klein (@KKcards) December 13, 2013
Eric Crawford talks bowl swag.
The eating, though ...
"I eat every two hours," he said. "I eat so many protein shakes it's ridiculous. I get sick of drinking that stuff, but it's part of getting better, of becoming a man. Maybe this is another little obstacle that God wants me to get over."
U of L football again benefitted greatly from playing on weeknights this season, although it got its highest television ratings of the season on a Saturday.
Western Kentucky will have two brand new players when they take the court against the Cards tomorrow.
As many have already pointed out, Chris Jones' injury could present a huge opportunity for Terry Rozier.
Word that Louisville guard Chris Jones has a sprained wrist that the team terms day to day may give freshman Terry Rozier an opportunity to make inroads into playing more minutes for the Cardinals.
The 6-1 Rozier, who is averaging 5.1 points and 2.1 assists in nearly 16 minutes of action, became a more attractive recruit in the eyes of analysts after spending the 2012-13 in prep school at Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Va. Rozier was ranked by 247Sports as the No. 17 recruit in the class of 2013.
To earn more playing time even when Jones is able to return, Rozier will need to shoot better than the 36 percent from the floor he currently averages.
Charlie Strong thinks UCF is a terrific team, but he's definitely not going to say they're better than his team.
Louisville fans headed to the Russell Athletic Bowl can help with the relief effort in the Philippines.
And finally, your standard AP preview for tomorrow evening's game.