In its latest bracket projection, D1Baseball.com has Louisville as the No. 4 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament, and hosting another regional that includes Kentucky. Ohio State, a team which knocked off the Cards in Columbus last month, is also in the regional.
SB Nation's Hammer and Rails (Purdue) reacts to the news that Louisville and Purdue will be meeting to start the 2017 season.
WHAS has more on Terry Rozier's birthday party surprise.
The folks over at Corn Nation discuss the news of Anton Gill joining the Nebrasketball roster.
DeVante Parker will wear No. 11 for the Miami Dolphins, and you can already pick up his new jersey.
Here's Rick Pitino talking to the U of L men's tennis team as the Cards prepare to head to Illinois for the NCAA Tournament.
Louisville takes on Drake in the first round of the big dance on Friday.
Four-star point guard Alterique Gilbert from the class of 2016 tells Scout that he has narrowed his list of schools to Louisville, Connecticut, Texas, Syracuse and Illinois.
Rick Bozich says opening the 2017 season against Purdue at Lucas Oil Stadium is a big win for Louisville football.
I have no idea why anyone would ever do this:
I casually have John Calipari's face on my body for the rest of my life. Casual. pic.twitter.com/dYHOT3EEVf— Cory Eaves (@CoryEavesAP) April 25, 2015
You can help out former Ladybird Bethany Ogger by voting for her here to become a Dallas Cowboy cheerleader.
Former Cardinal Adam Duvall makes Baseball America's "All-Prospect" team.
Ricky O'Donnell wonders whether Kentucky can keep having success after their most unsuccessful run on the recruiting trail.
The Pittsburgh Courier says Gerod Holliman could be the steal of the draft.
Louisville's sophomore Gerod "The Ball Hawk" Holliman, 6'0 218, is regarded as one of the finest free safeties to have ever played the college game. He was a 2014 first-team All-American and a Walter Camp selection. He won the Jim Thorpe Award as the top defensive back in the country and tied an NCAA record with 14 interceptions. Holliman shows good anticipation with good reactions to the ball in the air. Has good foot quickness to transition out of his backpedal to all route angles. Good stop-and-go quickness and has a burst to the ball. Holliman could be the steal of the draft.
Spinelli's is holding a fundraiser for the delivery driver who was car jacked, stabbed, and STILL DELIVERED THE PIZZA. Forget fundraiser, let's throw him a f---ing parade.
The Kentucky Athletic Hall of Fame will be inducting seven new members in June, and once again, Card Chronicle has been shamefully shut out.
ESPN names Traveon Samuel as one of the ACC's top freshmen of the spring.
Louisville WR Traveon Samuel
The Cardinals' receiving corps is going to have a new look to it this fall, which is why Samuel graduated high school early to make a bid for playing time. Coach Bobby Petrino liked what he saw from the true freshman during the spring, and he said Samuel will definitely help the Cardinals' offense. At 5-foot-7 and 175 pounds, Samuel brings a different dynamic to Louisville. Petrino said the freshman will be utilized in ways that get him the ball in space to take advantage of his quickness and run-after-the-catch ability.
The U of L women's golf team is off to the NCAA Regionals for a second straight year.
And finally, if you're hoping to watch tonight's Louisville-Kentucky baseball game, it's on the SEC Network+, which means you should be able to get it through Watch ESPN or ESPN3.com. If that doesn't work, you can listen to it live on 939 The Ville.