The postseason starts tonight for Louisville baseball. Here's your preview of the Cards' 7 p.m. ACC Tournament opener against Wake Forest, which you can watch locally on Fox Sports South or listen to on 93.9 The Ville.
We weathered Katina Powell, this was a shoe-in. https://t.co/KS7vhsR8jU— Cardinal Laws (@CardinalLaws) May 25, 2016
Louisville sophomore shortstop Devin Hairston has earned and accepted an invitation to compete for a roster spot on the 2016 USA Baseball Collegiate National Team. He'll team up with Brendan McKay on that squad.
Charles Baldwin, the No. 3 JuCo player in the country and a former 5-star OL recruit, is on U of L's campus today.
New U of L football signee Linwood Foy has his eyes set on a national championship.
U of L's Christopher Morin-Kougoucheff advanced to the singles semifinals of the United States Tennis Association (USTA) National Men's Open Clay Court Championships last week.
Athlon ranks Jeff Brohm as the No. 1 coach in Conference USA.
Isaiah Briscoe - Coming back to Kentucky
Marcus Lee - Coming back to college, but transferring
Troy Williams (Indiana) - Staying in the draft
James Blackmon Jr. - Coming back to Indiana
Isaiah Whitehead (Seton Hall) - Staying in the draft
David Levitch does not care about your Nanu watch. pic.twitter.com/pQUiev06I2— D.A. Helderman (@DAHelderman) May 25, 2016
Fifty-one years ago today, Muhammad Ali knocked out Sonny Liston.
Important: Louisville now has a commitment from Tadarrius Patterson after signing Tabarius Peterson.— Mark Ennis (@MarkEnnis) May 25, 2016
Dan McDonnell and the Louisville baseball team are taking the lessons they've learned from past postseasons with them into this one.
The Reds are DePaulful, but former Card Adam Duvall just keeps hitting bombs.
TaDarrius Patterson's high school coach breaks down the newest U of L commit.
Kimmy Schmidt/Kenneth Parcell is running Pastner's social media.
The folks over at Hammer & Rails respond to the news that Purdue will be facing Louisville at the end of November.
And finally R&R will be (hopefully) talking about a Chinanu announcement at some point between 3 and 6. If not, the show will just be three hours of me refreshing social media and saying "nothing yet" over and over. Should be great.