If we could go ahead and just get today's weather for another 24 hours, we'd owe you one...I'm talking to Kevin Harned.
We can now add a 2014 Sagarin national championship to our 2014 Ken Pom national title. Defending champs forever.
The 64 best moments from the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
SI breaks down Trez's decision and says he could wind up being a lottery pick in 2015 if he stays.
Montrezl Harrel, Louisville
Moving to the ACC stage and moving into an even more featured role for a Cardinals team that loses All-America guard Russ Smith might be compelling reasons for the 6-foot-8, 240-pound sophomore to return. With an impact year, Harrell might be looking at the lottery in 2015. But he's at least physically ready, and if he has first-round evaluations, that could be enough for him to bolt now.
The U of L baseball team is about to begin a huge weekend series at No. 7 Houston. Here's your preview.
This piece from Stephen Godfrey on a bona fide college football "bag man" is worth your time.
#Twolves rookie Gorgui Dieng will be awarded with the Western Conference Rookie of the Month trophy prior to tomorrow night's game— Timberwolves PR (@Twolves_PR) April 10, 2014
The first "Girl Meets World" trailer is out, and it's...kind of awkward to watch. I'm still very conflicted.
ESPN confirms that Josh Harvey-Clemons is planning on transferring to Louisville.
Some thoughts from the C-J's Jeff Greer on U of L's final spring practice.
On offense, it's freshman running back LJ Scott, who enrolled early but already has a 6-foot, 228-pound frame that's college-ready. DeVante Parker looks as good as you'd expect. He's big and graceful at the same time, and looks poised for a big season. James Quick had a tough practice last week when I saw him, but the former heralded recruit seemed more comfortable this week. And 6-5, 202-pound Matt Milton, a junior, has made an impact this spring as well.
The offensive line looks good, though it's hard to tell when they aren't wearing full pads and moving through full-speed simulations. Gerald Christian had an impressive off-season and should be a factor at tight end.
At quarterback I don't think there's any doubt that Will Gardner will be the leader for the starting job out of the spring. He takes the first-team snaps, and on Wednesday showed the kind of accuracy that will let the team's playmakers get the ball and do their thing. He had some nice zip on his deep balls early in last week's practice, but his second half of that session showed he still had some decision-making work to do.
Ricky O'Donnell looks at the sad state of DePaul basketball and whether or not the Blue Demons will ever be able to generate excitement in Chicago again.
Peyton Siva: making plays.
Sports Illustrated has Teddy Bridgewater going to the Titans in its latest mock draft.
11. Tennessee -- Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville
The reality facing Bridgewater, who once was the consensus No. 1 pick in the draft, is that if not Tennessee, then his draft-night wait might extend until the lower reaches of the first round. But I don't think the Titans, with new head coach Ken Whisenhunt, will let that scenario unfold. Whisenhunt knows the night-and-day difference quality quarterbacking can make from his Arizona head coaching experience, and Tennessee can't afford to pass on a prospect of this level with only the oft-injured Jake Locker as a legitimate starting option as he enters his make-or-break fourth season in Nashville.
Calvin Pryor also gets scooped up in the first round.
21. Green Bay -- Calvin Pryor, S, Louisville
There are a lot of teams ahead of the Packers who could spoil this almost-perfect scenario for Green Bay, but Pryor would be a draft-night gift for a secondary that has lacked a consistent playmaker in the deep middle since Nick Collins' exited the lineup in early 2011 with a serious neck injury.
Speaking of Pryor, he spent much of his Thursday visiting with the Chicago Bears.
The St. Matthews area has the highest life-expectancy in Louisville, while the Old Louisville/downtown area has the lowest.
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The full transcript of Bobby Petrino's press conference this afternoon.
1. Florida State
6. Ohio State
8. Michigan State
10. South Carolina
15. Notre Dame
19. Texas A&M
20. Ole Miss
23. North Carolina
You're not cute, UCF. You think you're cute, but you're not cute.
A Q&A with U of L receivers coach and new Miami Hall of Fame inductee Lamar Thomas.
Mark Coomes of Insider Louisville says that the ridiculously high expectations that come with being the head coach of the Kentucky basketball program have made it a stepping stone job.
Michael Bush met with the New England Patriots on Wednesday.
Former Card Zach Price has been dismissed from the Missouri basketball team.
And finally, the first super early ESPN Bracketology for 2015 is out, and has Louisville as a No. 3 seed in the Midwest. Wisconsin, Kansas, Arizona and Michigan are your four No. 1 seeds.