You may have noticed that there has been nothing coming out of the Louisville basketball program since the start of the work week. No comments from Rick Pitino, no Instagram posts from players, no music videos directed by Spike Jonze starring Mike Balado, nothing.
Apparently it's a trend that's going to continue for another couple of days, as the C-J's Jeff Greer tweeted out earlier that the team will not be made available to the media until Thursday.
That media address, featuring Pitino and a pair of players, will take place following Kentucky's, which is set to start at 2 p.m. The open practice times in Indy have also been revealed, with UK taking the court inside Lucas Oil Stadium at 1 p.m., and Louisville hitting the floor at 3:10 p.m.
Here's one artist's rendition of how the day is going to play out.
In related news, D2: The Mighty Ducks premiered exactly 20 years ago today and sweet Jesus how old are we? Or just me, whatever.
Plenty of parallels here: Louisville lost the first meeting, Calipari is constantly slashing people with hockey sticks, Russ loves beach balls, and on and on,
Go USA Ducks, beat Iceland. Go Louisville Cardinals, beat Big Blue Nation.