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Tuesday afternoon Cardinal news and notes

All Madison Colyer knows is super regionals and trips to Omaha.

I_medium Dan McDonnell met with the media briefly on Tuesday and stated, among other things, that his weekend rotation will "likely" remain Kyle Funkhouser, Brendan McKay and Josh Rogers (in that order). We'll have the audio on the radio show this afternoon.

I_medium Maverick Rowan, whose recruitment is on pace to become a "Dead Period Hall of Famer," tweeted out his top six yesterday:

I_medium The Louisville-Saint Louis matchup over Thanksgiving weekend is official.

I_medium A Houston Astros website makes the case for drafting Kyle Funkhouser.

I_medium Louisville fans still really enjoy major postseason victories over Michigan.

I_medium The latest mock draft from USA Today has Montrezl Harrell and Terry Rozier going back-to-back with picks 26 (Spurs) and 27 (Lakers).

I_medium Former Cardinal football player Patrick Grant's lawsuit against Charlie Strong and U of L has been tossed.

I_medium When Sep Blatter resigns, Bob Ley WILL celebrate with Omar Little quotes.

I_medium Summer tour 2015 rolls on.

I_medium Steph Curry is attempting to trademark "Baby-faced Assassin." On behalf of David Levitch fans across the globe, we have a duty to not let this aggression stand.

Levitch's next move must be to bring his adorable, Big Sean-singing baby daughter to every Cardinal press conference in 2015-16. Let him know you're not messing around.

I_medium Your full, updated college baseball tournament bracket is here. If Louisville and Vandy both advance this weekend, guess who will be meeting in their first College World Series game ... again.

I_medium Louisville and Arizona are currently viewed as the two front-runners for five-star forward Markelle Fultz.

I_medium And finally, we've got Rick Pitino on Ramsey and Rutherford this afternoon on 93.9. You can listen live from 3-6, and I'll have the podcast up on the site afterward.