Louisville is the No. 4 overall seed in the latest tournament projection from D1Baseball.com.
Brendan McKay is one of 18 finalists for the John Olerud two-way player of the year award, the same award that McKay won last season.
We should have seen this coming, but EDSBS has some fun with the news that Guy Fieri is coming to Louisville.
The barrel is officially back where it belongs.
Mark Coyle is headed to Minnesota to be the new athletic director after serving less than a year in the same position at Syracuse.
I watched this whole thing. Twice. It's beautiful.
This is quality baseball content https://t.co/wTYezMvXII— SPENCER HALL (@edsbs) May 11, 2016
The Bengals have signed Aaron Epps to their 90-man offseason roster.
Craig Sager is a hero.
Louisville point guard recruit Quade Green currently leads the EYBL in assists.
The latest mock draft from Draft Express has Damion Lee going to the Jazz with the last pick of the second round. It does not have Chinanu Onuaku selected.
ICYMI @KenLolla mentioned by trainer @DougONeill1 on national TV as "One of the great leaders and teachers around." pic.twitter.com/chvDs6cNcI— UofL Men's Soccer (@UofLmenssoccer) May 10, 2016
Louisville's Ben Williams is the ACC Track and Field Performer of the Week.
Jeff Greer looks at just how important the combine is for Chinanu Onuaku's looming decision.
Athlon ranks Lamar Jackson as the third-best quarterback in the ACC for 2016.
Softball love at Louisville International.
Check out Junior Maryssa Becker's signage at the Louisville airport! #AllAboard #ACCSB @mbecker_21 pic.twitter.com/U4E1xLFHd4— Louisville Softball (@UofLSoftball) May 11, 2016
Louisville has offered a scholarship to A.J. Reeves, who is currently rated as the No. 28 player in the class of 28 by 247Sports.com.
The Cards are still in the mix for Miami guard Zack Dawson, who almost committed to U of L a few months ago.
Man invited @lukeskywalka11 to lunch and he is late smh, I'm pretty sure he doesn't treat clients like this. #imnotimportant— Stephan Van Treese (@stephanvt44) May 12, 2016
People change, man.
A portion of the roof of Louisville Gardens was blown off by the storm last night, which is sad. I graduated high school in that place. Should be a landmark.
Phil Steele is believing the hype about the Louisville linebackers.
I have been thru 8 conferences & the top LB corps so far belongs to Louisville.— Phil Steele (@philsteele042) May 12, 2016
Still have to go thru Big Ten & SEC in next couple of days.
U of L previews the lacrosse team's NCAA Tournament opener against Northwestern on Friday.
The official measurements from the NBA Draft combine are here.
ESPN's Fran Fraschilla gives Rick Bozich his thoughts on Chinanu Onuaku's big decision.
"With Onuaku, he's improved. I think teams like the fact that he's improved and that he's still very young for a sophomore (Onuaku won't be 20 until Nov. 1).
"What he is right now is an energy big man. He runs, he jumps, he plays hard. He's shown the ability to be a really good passer. He looks like he could be an effective mid-range jump shooter some day.
"Basically, what he's got to do, he's got to prove, at least in the drills or when they play, they want to see him run the floor. The league is about bigs running the floor now. Being good laterally with his quickness because of the defensive things that are asked of big men now out on the floor so much.
"If he shows an improved low-post game, that's even better. That's not his strength right now.
"My personal opinion is he's not going to stay (in the draft) unless somebody gives him what we call a promise (to draft him), I'd say in the top 25. That's going to be problematic.
"I think this is a great place for him to test the areas that he has to improve on. Next year he is going to come back here as a junior and he still will not have turned 21.
"I saw the improvement that he made last summer playing the (USA Basketball) Under-19 team. I thought he made a nice step. Big men are at a premium. His energy, his athleticism and his ability to run end-to-end are things they are going to look for."
Louisville QB commit Malik Cunningham is hearing from Oregon now.
USA Today gives Josh Harvey-Clemons a little bit of early 2017 NFL Draft buzz.
It's game day for Louisville softball at the ACC Tournament.
It's GAME DAY!! Follow along as we take on Syracuse at 5pm in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament! #ACCSB pic.twitter.com/1ovLeHqxmx— Louisville Softball (@UofLSoftball) May 12, 2016
The Cards are the No. 2 seed in the tournament, which is taking place in Raleigh.
ACC Commissioner John Swofford says the league will "aggressively" implement replay for the 2016 football season. Starting this year there will be a command center watching every play of every game.
And finally, USA Today has both Teddy Bridgewater and DeVante Parker on its list of the 10 biggest breakout NFL stars for 2016.