--Already loathed by U of L fans before this season, noon (or 12:30) kickoffs made up seven of Louisville's nine Saturday football games, and all but one (love you, Samford) of their Saturday home games at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium.
--Louisville also got a noon start time for their biggest home Saturday basketball game against Duke on Feb. 20.
--Likely the most talented Louisville baseball team in program history saw its season end with a pair of super regional losses to UCSB at Jim Patterson Stadium. First pitch for both games was at noon.
--Tripped Ray Spalding, but was not punished by Duke. Tripped Xavier Rathan-Mayes two weeks later and was punished by the ACC.
--Got into a skirmish with Jaylen Johnson in the second game against Louisville. Also wound up being thrown out of said game after getting hit with a technical for arguing his fifth foul.
--Lit the Cards up for 19 points in game one and 29 points in game two.
You have 24 hours to decide.